Harold Herbert Fuller-Clark (1869 1934)

 

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Riding House, from Peter Davey, Arts and Crafts Architecture, The Lost City, p.117.jpg
Riding House,
from Peter Davey,
 Arts and Crafts Architecture,
 The Lost City, p.117
Riding House Street, photo by Philafrenzy on Wikipedia.JPG
Riding House Street,
photo by Philafrenzy
 on Wikipedia
 
Riding House Street (1903), on ipernity.com.jpg
Riding House Street (1903),
 on ipernity.com
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

     
Belmont House, Candover Street, London c. 1903, on guttae.blogspot.de.jpg
Belmont House,
 Candover Street, London
 c. 1903,
on guttae.blogspot.de

 

Belmont House, Candover Street, London c. 1903, on guttae.blogspot.de,2.jpg
Belmont House,
Candover Street, London
 c. 1903,
on guttae.blogspot.de

 

Tower house, Candover Street, Marylebone, London, on ipernity.com.jpg
Tower house,
Candover Street,
 Marylebone, London,
on ipernity.com

 

 
 
 




The Black Friar Pub, London, photo Philafrenzy on Wikipedia.JPG
The Black Friar Pub, London,
photo Philafrenzy
on Wikipedia
 

The Black Friar Pub, on darkestlondon.com.jpg
The Black Friar Pub,
on darkestlondon.com
 
 


 

 

     
The Black Friar Pub. Post-1903 work by Herbert Fuller-Clark, on victorianweb.org.jpg
The Black Friar Pub.
Post-1903
 work by Herbert Fuller-Clark,
 on victorianweb.org
The Black Friar Pub. Post-1903 work by Herbert Fuller-Clark, photo by albolm911 on flickr.jpg
The Black Friar Pub.
Post-1903
work by Herbert Fuller-Clark,
photo by albolm911 on flickr
The Black Friar Pub., Photo on mexichino-jr.blogspot.de.JPG
The Black Friar Pub.,
Photo on mexichino-jr.blogspot.de

 

London, Tower House, Candover Street. H. Fuller Clark and Percy Boulting, 1903-4.
Taken for the Survey of London by Chris Redgrave Historic England
Link > https://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/survey-of-london

 

 

Flats built for Boultings at 40 Foley Street,
 designed by H. Fuller Clark, perhaps with H. E. Hutchinson and Percy A. Boulting.
 Taken for the Survey of London by Chris Redgrave Historic England
Link > https://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/survey-of-london

 

Link > Wikipedia (en)

Link > http://www.victorianweb.org

Link > Interior, The Black Friar Pub. Interior designed by Herbert Fuller-Clark (1869-after 1912), on victorianweb.org

Link > Arts and Crafts Metalwork in The Black Friar Pub by H. Fuller Clark and others, on victorianweb.org

 

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