View from Lambeth Bridge, London

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A view from Lambeth Bridge, London, of St Mary’s Church (now the Garden Museum) and Lambeth Palace, the London home of the Archbishop of Canterbury. The Church was saved from demolition in 1977 by Rosemary Nicholson, MBE, and her husband John. The Nicholsons founded the Tradescant Trust and created the world’s first Museum of Garden History in the Church in honour of the two John Tradescants buried in the churchyard.

Garden Museum



View from Lambeth Bridge, London




oil on canvas


H 82.5 x W 108.5 cm

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gift from Sonia Copeland, 1989

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