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        House & Studio for F. Miles Esq., Chelsea, illustration from 'The British Architect and Northern Engineer', published December 6 1878

        English School, (19th century). Medium: lithograph. Date: 1878. This Aesthetic Movement house was designed for the artist Frank Miles (1852-91) who is best known for having probably beeen a lover of Osacar Wilde. The house was built at No. 1 (although later re-numbered 44) Tite Street, Chelsea, London and designed by the architect Edward Willian Godwin (1833-86). Provenance: Private Collection.

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