Chelsea Reach by Edward L. Laurenson. Aquatint. "Then, there is Chelsea Reach, with the sunset through the twilight on the river, and the barges and the water very much alive, while, in the background, 'the poor buildings lose themselves in the dim sky.'" — The Studio 53 (1910): 216

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References

Salaman, Malcolm C. “The Pictures and Prints of Edward L. Laurenson.” The Studio. 53 (1910): 216-23.


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