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Weir Hall Ford

Photo credit: Enfield Museum Service

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An autumnal image of the ford in the area of Weir Hall, Edmonton. The path, handrails and presence of people suggest it was an area used and enjoyed by the locals.

The artist, John Bonny, was born in Stoke Newington, London. Leaving school at the age of 14 he painted as a hobby, but at the age of 24 he decided to paint full time. In 1930 Bonny moved to Finningham, Suffolk, after his wife died, and lived there until his death in 1948.

Enfield Museum Service



oil on board


H 57 x W 37 cm

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