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This painting shows a view of the junction of Cranbrook Road (to the right) and The Drive (to the left) in Ilford, Essex. The single storey building was known as ‘The Lodge’ and was the gatehouse to Cranbrook Manor House and Park. The manor, farm and mansion of Cranbrook were first recorded in 1347 under the possessions of Barking Abbey. Cranbrook Manor and Park were sold and redeveloped for private housing around the turn of the twentieth century.
oil on canvas
H 51 x W 61 cm
donated to the London Borough of Redbridge; now part of the collections of Redbridge Museum
E H Bull 1909