Additions to 16 CHALCOT GARDENS.
Englands Lane, Hampstead, Camden, Greater London.

Front and rear extensions added.


 For the artist Adolphus J. Whalley.


Photo courtesy of Charles Lawrence, 2012


16 Chalcot Gardens, London, photo courtesy of John Trotter


16 Chalcot Gardens, London, image on

One of eleven drawings in pen, ink and watercolour for "The House that Jack Built," Mother Goose, the Old Nursery Rhymes, Heinemann, 1913.
Prints, Drawings & Paintings Collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, Accession No. E.175-1969. (Source:



16 Chalcot Gardens in a photograph of 1913 on

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Description on Historic England

CAMDEN TQ2784NE CHALCOT GARDENS 798-1/52/186 (South East side) No.16
II Detached house. 1881. Probably built as a studio in the grounds of No.39 Englands Lane (not included); front and rear extensions added c1898 by CFA Voysey for the artist AJ Whalley. Multi-colour stock brick with stone dressings to windows. Tiled gabled roof with tall brick chimney-stack to left. 2 storeys 1 window to road front. Ground floor window 5 lights, 1st floor 4 lights; both with small leaded panes and stone cornice under relieving arches. This was also the home of the illustrator Arthur Rackham, 1903-20 (GLC plaque).



Prof. Ian Hamerton, 'Small Houses of Artistic Pretensions', - C F A Voysey's studio designs for artistic clients,
in The Orchard, Number Ten, Autumn 2021, pp.22-27.


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