An Artist's Cottage.
According to Stuart Durant the Devey influence is seen in the neo-vernacular aspects of the building and its relaxed agglomeration of parts.
John Brandon-Jones pointed out although the design was published in 1889, it is likely to have been made some years earlier. It shows Voysey's work at a stage when he was still heavily influenced by Devey.
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Text published in The
British Architect, 1st February 1889, p.88.
John Brandon-Jones and others, C.F.A. Voysey, p.36 pl. B5, p.38.
David Gebhard, Charles F. A. Voysey, fig.20.