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Artists

Art & artists associated with Lea Bridge

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Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1793-1864)

Shepherdwas awatercolorartist well known for his architectural works. Most famously a series of views of London. More

James Pollard (1792-1867)

Pollard was keen angler and painted a pair of scenes of the Lea in 1831. More

Leonard Richmond (1889-1965)

Leonard Richmond (AKA: Leonard “Slim” Richmond) was a British painter, graphic artist, illustrator and poster designer.He lived most of his life in London, England and its environs. More

Cyril Mann (1911-1980)


Cyril Mann painted several industrial scenes in Walthamstow following his move there in 1966. This painting -Metropolitan Water Board Work, oil on canvas, 1967 - is currently on display at the Vestry House Museum. More


C.Bigot

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

Ruth Child

Hackney Archives holds a collection of watercolours by Ruth Child from the 1870s. The artist lived in KIng Edward's Road. More

T.Van Thjiskheide

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Iszards Dock, 1930 (Hackney Archives)

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Emily Ault

Emily Aultis an artist and illustrator, based at Euroart Studios in South Tottenham.More

Rachel Whiteread

Demolished is the title of a portfolio of twelve duo-tone screenprints, divided into three categoriesunder the rubrics A, C. More

Anna Airy

 A Shell Forge; A Shell Forge at a National Projectile Factory, Hackney Marshes, London, 1918, by Anna Airy. Anna Airy was one of the first women war artists, employed by the Imperial War Museum in 1918. Although a well-respected female artist of her generation, the committee imposed strict terms on her contract of employment, which included their right to refuse a work without payment. This piece was a particular challenge for Airy, who had to work with great speed to capture the colour of the molten shells. The factory was tremendously hot, and on one occasion the heat of the ground became so intense that her shoes were burnt off her feet.

A contemporary of William Orpen, Anna Airy trained at the Slade School of Art. She was one of the first women war artists, employed by the newly founded Imperial War Museum in 1918.More

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