Anne’s Pocket Guide to…. Oscar Wilde’s London

Holy Trinity Church, Sloane Street, Chelsea, an Arts and Crafts masterpiece Amidst the bustle of Sloane Square and the King’s Road, Holy Trinity offers an oasis of calm. It is also one of the most beautiful churches in England.  One looks up in awe at the magnificent east window, the largest stained-glass window produced byContinue reading “Anne’s Pocket Guide to…. Oscar Wilde’s London”

Pre-Raphaelite Circles: Artistic Chelsea

Monkswell House, 7 Chelsea Embankment Robert Collier, 1st Baron Monkswell Mary Collier, Lady Monkswell 1849-1930 Hon. John Collier 1850-1934 Marion Huxley Collier 1859-87 My presentation on the De Morgans and Lovelaces, for the De Morgan Foundation, included the Lovelace’s neighbours on the Chelsea Embankment. The Lovelaces lived at No.12, Wentworth House, commissioned by Ralph King-Noel-Milbanke,Continue reading “Pre-Raphaelite Circles: Artistic Chelsea”