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Fords Grove Cottage, Winchmore Hill

Photo credit: Enfield Museum Service

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An image of Fords Grove Cottage in leafy Winchmore Hill. This cottage is mentioned in Henrietta Cresswell's 'Winchmore Hill: Memories of a Lost Village', where the surrounding area is described as a favourite stroll for lovers and old folks on summer evenings. Some of the owners of the cottage are also mentioned, and at the time this was painted a cow owner called Mortiboy is said to have taken over the cottage from Miss Charlotte Tills, a local school teacher.

Museum of Enfield

London

Title

Fords Grove Cottage, Winchmore Hill

Date

1884

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 21.1 x W 29 cm

Accession number

Ba1691

Acquisition method

donated by the artist

Work type

Painting

Museum of Enfield

Dugdale Centre 39 London Rd, London, Greater London EN2 6DS England

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