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C. Bigot

C. Bigot

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Watercolour of the Horse & Groom Public House before 1850 (Hackney Archives).

Bigot painted a series of watercolour prints/lithographs of the area around Lea Bridge between 1825 and 1845.

Spring Lane, Clapton, c. 1840. From a watercolour by C. Bigot (National Archives)

Hackney Wick c. 1825. From a watercolour by C. Bigot (Hackney Archives)

Lea Bridge Mills c. 1845. From a watercolour by C. Bigot in (Hackney Archives)

The Museum of London holds an 1838 lithograph by Bigot:Interior View of the Ruins of the Royal Exchangeand the Royal Museums Greenwich a lithograph of 'The British Queen. As seen from Blackwall Wharf on Wednesday 10th July 1839 on her first voyage to New York'.

leabridge.org.uk December 2012
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