LUMB, Edna

Edna Lumb reproduction of a watercolour titled ‘The Paragon, Blackheath’



Edna Lumb a good quality reproduction of a watercolour titled ”The Paragon, Blackheath’. Printed on thick paper, it is signed and dated 1989 in the plate.  The edition size would have been small as I suspect she commissioned and paid for these to be printed.In excellent condition.

Sheet Size 42 x 36cm (16.5 x 14 inches)


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The Paragon is crescent dating back to circa 1800. It is in Blackheath, South East London,  near to Morden College, another famous thriving charitable place founded in 1695. During the 1939 -1945 war The Paragon suffered bomb damage but from 1947 to 1958 it was rescued and restored by the architect Charles Bernard Brown, a pioneer in the sympathetic restoration of fine buildings for flats. The artist lived in the flats with her partner.

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