The Avenue, Studios of J. E. Boehm and E. J. Poynter

Title

The Avenue, Studios of J. E. Boehm and E. J. Poynter

Date Created

1870

Creator

Sir Charles James Freake (1814-1884), architect and builder

Description

Boehm's sculpture studio and Poynter's painting studio were among the twenty assorted studios on Sydney Close  known collectively as “The Avenue.” Other artists in residence there included Sir Alfred Gilbert R.A., Elizabeth Thompson, Charles Edward Hallé, and John Singer Sargent R.A.. The Avenue was an early example of nonresidential and flatted studios.

Is Referenced By

Giles Walkley, Artists' Houses in London 1764-1914 (Aldershot, Hants, England; Brookfield, VT: Scolar Press, 1994), 141-42.

Contributor

Omeka record contributed by Albertine Lee

Date Submitted

November 20, 2016

Date Modified

December 16, 2016, by LM

Address

The Avenue, Sydney Close, 76 Fulham Road

London borough

Kensington and Chelsea

Town/county

London

Current address

Avenue Studios, Sydney Close, London SW3

Files

Collection

Reference

Sir Charles James Freake (1814-1884), architect and builder, The Avenue, Studios of J. E. Boehm and E. J. Poynter

Cite As

Sir Charles James Freake (1814-1884), architect and builder, “The Avenue, Studios of J. E. Boehm and E. J. Poynter,” Victorian Artists at Home, accessed February 6, 2023, https://artistsathome.emorydomains.org/items/show/115.

Item Relations

This Item dcterms:relation Item: J. E. BOEHM, R.A.
This Item dcterms:relation Item: JOSEPH EDGAR BOEHM, R.A.