Illustrator and carver, from Cornwall. His wife, Elsie, wrote a book, 'The Elfin Oak of Kensington Gardens' in 1930.
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J. R. Clayton
Born John Richard Clayton. In partnership with Alfred Bell (1832–95) ran a commercially successful stained glass workshop.
Born as Mary Seton Fraser Tytler in India but brought up in Scotland. 1886 married G. F. Watts. Co-founded the Compton Potters' Arts Guild and the Arts & Crafts Guild in Compton, Surrey. There ...
Artist and interior designer, born Vanessa Stephen at 22 Hyde Park Gate, London. Sister of Virginia Woolf. She married Clive Bell in 1907 and their home in Gordon Square became the focus of what wa...
Morris Singer Foundry
Founded by John Webb Singer as the Frome Art Metal Works. Cast many of the best known sculptures in London, including the statue of Justice on the Central Criminal Court, 1906. Merged with the Morr...
Birchin Lane drapers
From Stow: "...Birchin Lane. . . . This lane, and the High Street, near adjoining, hath been inhabited for the most part with wealthy drapers; from Birchin Lane ... in the reign of Henry VI., had y...