The Home and Studio of William Holman Hunt, at 18 Melbury Road, Holland Park, London, from 1902 until his death in 1910. It is a distinguished-looking property, with a grand entrance, in a very distinguished location among other artists' houses — a "brick and stucco gaslit house built by William Turner of Chelsea and sold on a ninety year lease" (Amor 260).
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- The cottage in Sonning on Thames, Oxfordshire (which his daughter Gladys designed soon afterwards for her parents' country retreat)
- Melbury Road, Leighton House, and the Holland Park Artists' Houses
Amor, Anne Clark. William Holman Hunt, The True Pre-Raphaelite. London: Constable, 1989.
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