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'Lucinda' sculpture in the garden of The House, Marsh Lane, Sheering, Harlow, Essex

James O Davies, English Heritage2014-05-20

Historic England

Historic England
London, United Kingdom

The planner and architect Frederick Gibberd acquired The House in 1956. Between then and 1984 he laid out gardens, which became the setting for a large number of sculptures. Gerda Rubinstein's 'Lucinda', a larger than life female nude, was commissioned by Gibberd in 1979.

Historic England Archive DP167551

Details

  • Title: 'Lucinda' sculpture in the garden of The House, Marsh Lane, Sheering, Harlow, Essex
  • Creator: James O Davies, English Heritage
  • Date Created: 2014-05-20
  • Rights: Copyright Historic England Archive
  • Medium: Digital photograph

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