Tag : Chelsea

61-69 Oakley Gardens
Nov 7th, 2015 | | Exterior | Portfolio | Private Houses | Residences | 2 Comments

Oakley Gardens, Chelsea

2-10 Oakley Gardens - on the south side of the centre In the mid-nineteenth century Oakley Crescent (later Oakley Gardens) was constructed to the west of Manor Street on the site of a former Dairy House that was...

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Chelsea logo from the 1960s
Aug 4th, 2014 | | Colour Services | No Comments

Chelsea Football Club

The Chelsea Football Club badge (1953-1986)1 One of the joys of working with colour is that it encompasses all aspects of life. Several of my projects take me into areas that I have little experience of and the...

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Lindsey House Chelsea 1850
Apr 8th, 2014 | | Portfolio | Private Houses | Residences | 4 Comments

95-96 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea

Lindsey House, Chelsea by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd. 1850 The house was built in 1674 by the third Earl of Lindsey on the riverside site of Saint Thomas More's garden and is thought to be the oldest house in Kensington...

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Patrick measured the stonework of the façade and supplied a paint that matched it for the bell tower.
Dec 9th, 2010 | | Portfolio | Private Houses | Residences | No Comments

Crosby Hall

Crosby Hall is a historic building in Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, London. Part of the buildings architectural features are from the Great Hall, which is the only surviving part of the mansion of Crosby Hall, Bishopsgate...

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Chelsea Arts Club
Nov 26th, 2010 | | Clubs and Societies | No Comments

Chelsea Arts Club

The Chelsea Arts Club was founded on March 21st 1891 on the suggestion of Whistler and now has 1600 painters, sculptors, architects, designers, photographers and filmmakers, and 800 writers, dancers, musicians and...

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Royal Hospital, Chelsea
Nov 25th, 2010 | | Institutions | No Comments

Royal Hospital, Chelsea

The first stone of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, was laid by Charles II in 1682. The idea of a home for veteran soldiers was inspired by the Hôtel des Invalides in Paris. 476 pensioners were admitted in 1689 and the...

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Chelsea
Oct 20th, 2010 | | Patrick's Writing | No Comments

The Colour of Chelsea

The Colour of Chelsea by Patrick Baty An article that I wrote for the Chelsea Society Journal. Papers and Paints can be found here: View Larger...

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4 Park Walk in 1960
Mar 16th, 2010 | | Patrick's Writing | 10 Comments

Papers and Paints – The Early Years

In September 1960, Papers and Paints opened at 4 Park Walk, in the heart of an area of London once known as Little Chelsea. Park Walk connects the Fulham Road with the curious kink in the King’s Road that is known...

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