Hammersmith. Edward L. Laurenson. Watercolor[?]. “Mr. Laurenson paints with deliberate joy, and seems to delight in any difficulties of light, though it be but London light, and the scene be a wintry one at Battersea or Hammersmith, with snow upon the barges and the river-side buildings; or sunlight resting upon the Serpentine, or dancing across the Thames.” The Studio 53 (1910): 220.

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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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