Plaque

Sir Alfred Munnings - Glebe Place

Inscription

Sir Alfred Munning, President of the Royal Academy, lived here, 1920 - 1922.
{The anonymous plaque maker has left the "s" off "Munnings".}

Site: Sir Alfred Munnings - Glebe Place (1 memorial)

SW3, Glebe Place, 65

A local resident said that this plaque (and the one next door, to William McMillan) is spurious and was erected by developers purely to boost the value of the property. We note that Wikipedia believes that Munnings had a studio here at number 64.

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

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Sir Alfred Munnings - Glebe Place

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Sir Alfred Munnings

Born Mendham, Suffolk. Artist specializing in paintings of horses and an op...

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