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GLAHA 53014/16: Sketchbook of tours in Kent, Sussex, Norfolk, Suffolk and Perthshire: p. 31 Row of cottages, Bird-in-Hand Street, Groombridge, Kent 1909 - click to view larger image GLAHA 53014/16: Sketchbook of tours in Kent, Sussex, Norfolk, Suffolk and Perthshire: p. 31 Row of cottages, Bird-in-Hand Street, Groombridge, Kent 1909 - click to view larger image GLAHA 53014/16: Sketchbook of tours in Kent, Sussex, Norfolk, Suffolk and Perthshire: p. 31 Row of cottages, Bird-in-Hand Street, Groombridge, Kent 1909 - click to view larger image GLAHA 53014/16: Sketchbook of tours in Kent, Sussex, Norfolk, Suffolk and Perthshire: p. 31 Row of cottages, Bird-in-Hand Street, Groombridge, Kent 1909 - click to view larger image GLAHA 53014/16: Sketchbook of tours in Kent, Sussex, Norfolk, Suffolk and Perthshire: p. 31 Row of cottages, Bird-in-Hand Street, Groombridge, Kent 1909 - click to view larger image GLAHA 53014/16: Sketchbook of tours in Kent, Sussex, Norfolk, Suffolk and Perthshire: p. 31 Row of cottages, Bird-in-Hand Street, Groombridge, Kent 1909 - click to view larger image

GLAHA 53014/16
Sketchbook of tours in Kent, Sussex, Norfolk, Suffolk and Perthshire: p. 31 Row of cottages, Bird-in-Hand Street, Groombridge, Kent 1909
(sketchbook)

CRE MACKINTOSH, Charles Rennie; (Scottish; 1868-1928)


Materials:
pencil on paper
Dimensions:
17.7 x 22.8
Frame:
Marks:
s., d. and inscr. b.r.: "GROOMBRIDGE / SUSSEX [sic] / 1909 / MMM CRM"
References:
Notes:
Mackintosh's study includes a plan and elevation of the street frontage of this row of seven tile-hung, brick, and weatherboarded 18th-century cottages. At left he has made a study of the gable end of the lowest cottage. The page has been inaccurately numbered "33" in an unknown hand.
Keywords:
SKETCHBOOK : DRAWING : TOUR : CRM ONLINE : KENT : BUILDING : ARCHITECTURE :

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