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Sunday, June 20, 2010
Edward Burne-Jones in Rottingdean
Burne Jones's House- Seen from the village green across from the Church of St Margaret's.. When Burne Jones moved to Rottingdean in 1880 he merged three adjacent houses together: Gothic House, Prospect House and Aubrey Cottage to create 'North End House' - the house that you see in the picture. Prospect House is the White House on the left of the three. Aubrey Cottage the middle building and Gothic House is to the right
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When Burne Jones moved to Rottingdean in 1880 he actually only merged two adjacent houses together, Prospect House and Aubrey Cottage to create 'North End House'. Gothic House was added in 1923 by Roderick Jones as the third house. Thanks.
Correction to my comment: When Edward Burne-Jones etc.
Love the light and studio he created.
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