Plaque

Robert Browning - W2 Westminster plaque

Robert Browning - W2

Erection date: 11/12/1993

Inscription

Robert Browning, poet 1812 - 1889, lived in Warwick Crescent, 1862 - 1887.
The Armstrong Browning Library
Westminster City Council 

He lived at what was number 19 Warwick Crescent.

Site: Robert Browning - W2 (2 memorials)

W2, Warwick Crescent

The section of canal opposite this house, Browning's Pool, was named after the poet. We found the sculpture difficult to photo and this photo was kindly provided by William Mitchell.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Robert Browning - W2 Westminster plaque

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Robert Browning

Poet and playwright. Born Camberwell.  His works include ‘Home Thoughts from ...

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Armstrong Browning Library

The library is located on the campus of Baylor University in Waco, Texas. It ...

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Westminster City Council

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Robert Browning - W2 sculpture

Robert Browning - W2 sculpture

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