Entrance to the Haberdashers' Almshouses in Pitfield Street, Shoreditch, London, c1830. Artist: G Yates

Entrance to the Haberdashers' Almshouses in Pitfield Street, Shoreditch, London, c1830. Artist: G Yates

1-620-484 - London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)/Heritage Images

Entrance to the Haberdashers' Almshouses in Pitfield Street, Shoreditch, London, c1830. The almshouses and school in Pitfield Street, Shoreditch, were established by the Haberdashers' Company under the provisions of Robert Aske's will dated 1689; they were most frequently known as Aske's Hospital (sometimes as Haberdashers' Almshouses). The building was designed by Robert Hooke.


Image Details


People Information

Creator
  1. G Yates, attributed to: British: Artist
People Related
  1. Robert Aske: English: merchant
  2. Robert Hooke: British: Experimental philosopher, scientist, architect

Medium
  1. Watercolour

Geographic Hierarchy

World Europe United Kingdom England Greater London London Hackney Hackney

  1. 51 32 06 N , 000 03 07 W

Category Hierarchy

Locations & Buildings Other

Society & Culture Wealth & Poverty


Digital Image Size

Pixel Dimensions (W x H) : 3192x2211
File Size : 20,677kb


Aliases

  1. 17204
  1. q9512925
  1. 0220005123
  1. 1-620-484
  1. 1620484
  1. 17204

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