Plaque

Sir Thomas Lawrence

Inscription

Sir Thomas Lawrence. P.R.A. lived here. Born 1769. Died 1830.
{Beneath this plaque is another:}
This is the site of the house to which the tablet below was fixed until it was demolished in 1910.

Site: Sir Thomas Lawrence (1 memorial)

WC1, Southampton Row, Imperial Hotel

On this site there used to be a sister to Hotel Russell, also designed by Fitzroy Doll and erected in 1898. It was demolished in the 1960's and all that remains are the statues that adorn the car-park.

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Sir Thomas Lawrence

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Sir Thomas Lawrence

Portrait painter, collector and President of the Royal Academy

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