Charles Harrison Townsend (13 May 1851 — 26 December 1928)

Townsend.jpg

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Townsend, Horniman Museum, photo by helenoftheways on flickr.jpg
Townsend,
 Horniman Museum,
 photo by helenoftheways
 on flickr
Townsend, Horniman Museum, photo by Matthew Black on flickr.jpg
Townsend,
 Horniman Museum,
 photo by Matthew Black
on flickr
Townsend, Horniman Museum, photo by NeutralNameCo on flickr.jpg
Townsend,
 Horniman Museum,
 photo by NeutralNameCo
on flickr

     
The Horniman Museum, photo on victorianweb.org.jpg
The Horniman Museum,
 photo on victorianweb.org
Townsend, Horniman Museum, photo by Russell James Smith on flickr.jpg
Townsend,
 Horniman Museum,
photo by Russell James Smith
 on flickr
Townsend, Horniman Museum, photo 2 by Afshin Darian on flickr.jpg
Townsend,
 Horniman Museum,
 photo by Afshin Darian on flickr
Townsend, Horniman Museum, photo by becks on flickr.jpg
Townsend,
Horniman Museum,
photo by becks on flickr

     
Townsend, Bishopsgate, photo by Ewan Munro on flickr.jpg
Townsend,
 Bishopsgate,
 photo by Ewan Munro on flickr
Townsend, The Bishopsgate Institute, photo by Steven Catman on flickr.jpg
Townsend,
The Bishopsgate Institute,
photo by Steven Catman on flickr
   

     
Townsend, elevation of first design for Whitechapel Art Gallery, 1896 (from The Studio, 10, 1897, p. 131, on surveyoflondon.org.jpg
Townsend,
elevation of first design
 for Whitechapel Art Gallery, 1896
 from The Studio, 10, 1897, p. 131,
on surveyoflondon.org
Townsend, plans of first design for Whitechapel Art Gallery, 1896 (from The Builder, 30 May, 1896).jpg
Townsend,
 plans of first design
 for Whitechapel Art Gallery, 1896

   

     
Townsend, White Chapel Art Gallery, main elevation on architecture.knoji.com,.jpg
Townsend,
White Chapel Art Gallery,
main elevation
on architecture.knoji.com
Townsend, The Whitechapel Gallery, photo by Steve Catman on flickr.jpg
Townsend,
The Whitechapel Gallery,
 photo by Steve Catman
on flickr
Townsend, White Chapel Gallery, on victorianweb.org.jpg
Townsend,
White Chapel Gallery,
 on victorianweb.org
 

     
Cobbins (1897), the house that Townsend designed for himself.jpg
Cobbins (1897),
 the house that Townsend
designed for himself
Rosemary Hill (1898), built for a Mrs Dykes.jpg
Rosemary Hill (1898),
 built for a Mrs Dykes


       

     
Townsend  (Davey).jpg
Townsend,
Church Great Warley
(from Davey)


     





Townsend, Chapel End (originally a Congregational chapel, drawn 1893, built 1901-02). The tower-like extension is much more recent, on victorianweb.org.jpg
Townsend,
Chapel End
 originally a Congregational chapel,
 drawn 1893, built 1901-02.
 The tower-like extension
 is much more recent,
on victorianweb.org
Townsend (Davey).jpg
Townsend,
 Blatchfield
 (from Davey)

Townsend, from Davey.jpg
Townsend,
 Blatchfield, Great Warley,
 Cliff Towers
from Davey
Townsend, (Davey).jpg
Townsend,
 Cliff Towers,
(from Davey)

     
Townsend, Blackheath Village Hall, on blackheathsurrey.co.uk.jpg
Townsend,
Blackheath Village Hall,
 on blackheathsurrey.co.uk

Townsend, Dickhurst (1901-02), from Academy Architecture and Architectural Review, Vol. 21 (1902), p. 122, on victorianweb.org.jpg
Townsend,
 Dickhurst (1901-02),
 from Academy Architecture
 and Architectural Review,
Vol. 21 (1902), p. 122,
on victorianweb.org



     
Townsend, on charlesharrisontownsend.org.uk,2.jpg
Townsend,
 on charlesharrisontownsend.org.uk




     
Townsend, Panshanger, Academy Architecture and Architectural Review, scanned by George P. Landow.jpg
Townsend,
The Village Hall, Panshanger,
 Academy Architecture
 and Architectural Review,
 scanned by George P. Landow.


     




 

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Link > Wikipedia (en)

Link > www.charlesharrisontownsend.org.uk

Link > http://www.charlesharrisontownsend.org.uk/blackheath.htm

Link > www.victorianweb.org/victorian/art/architecture/Townsend/index.html

Link > www.victorianweb.org/art/architecture/Townsend

Link > www.victorianweb.org (Whitechapel Art Gallery)

Link > www.victorianweb.org (The Horniman Museum)

Link > www.victorianweb.org (Bishopsgate Institute)

Link > www.victorianweb.org (St Martin's Church)

Link > www.victorianweb.org (La Tourelle, originally "Cliff Towers")

Link > www.victorianweb.org (All Saints, Ennismore Gardens, Kensington, SW7.
           West front and entrance by Charles Harrison Townsend (added with other extensions, 1851-1928)

Link > www.victorianweb.org ("A House on the Devonshire Coast" by Charles Harrison Townsend)

Link > www.victorianweb.org (St Mary's, Great Warley, Essex  (1902-1904)

Link > http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O58194/lectern-townsend-charles-harrison (Lectern)

Link > http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O78102/omar-furnishing-fabric-townsend-charles-harrison (Furnishing fabric)

Link > http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O85094/omar-tapestry-townsend-charles-harrison (Tapestry)

Link > http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O74981/omar-textile-design-townsend-charles-harrison (Textile design)

Link > Flickr images tagged Charles Harrison Townsend

 

Literature:

  Peter Davey, Arts and Crafts Architecture: The Search for Earthly Paradise,
  
Chapter 10 The Lost City, pp. 116-138. (Sedding, Voysey, Ricardo, Holden, Lethaby, Townsend, Wood, Mackintosh) PDF

 

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