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Henry Hill Map

A selection of locations from Henry Hill’s life. 

Places where Henry Hill lived and other associated residential properties
Places where Henry Hill lived and other associated residential properties
Galleries, Museums and Auction Houses
Galleries, Museums and Auction Houses
Other locations
Other locations
Cullompton, Devon: Hill was born and raised
Topsham, Devon: Where Hill set sail for London, aged 22 (1834)
53, Marine Parade, Brighton - home c.1867 - 1882
Littlehampton, West Sussex (Where Scholderer stayed in the summer of 1876 and 1877)
Rotherfield, Sussex (Where Jules Lessore died)
16 Broad Street, London - Henry Hill Lived 1840-41 (NOW OLD BROAD STREET?)
Charlotte Street, Marylebone, London - Henry Hill Lived 1851
3 Upper Mall, Hammersmith, London - Henry Hill lived 1861
Site of the Brighton School of Science and Art, now demolished.
South Kensington School of Art, Cromwell Road, Kensington and Chelsea, SW7
Hill Bros. Merchant Tailors: 3 Old Bond Street (1847 - ?)
St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square WC1 (Where HH married Charlotte Barratt 13th July 1840)
Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, Royal Pavilion Gardens, 4-5 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton
The Grosvenor Gallery Bond Street, London (1877)
Thomas Agnew & Sons. 5 Waterloo Place, London (1860s)
Thomas Agnew & Sons. 39 Old Bond Street London (from 1827)
Christie's. 8 King Street, St. James's, London (from 1823)
Dowdeswell & Dowdeswell 133 New Bond Street, then 160 New Bond Street
Durand-Ruel & Charles Deschamps, 168 New Bond Street, London
Goupil & Cie. Charles Obach, 25 Bedford Street, Strand, London
Thomas McLean's Gallery, 7 Haymarket, London
Arthur Tooth & Sons, 5 & 6 Haymarket, London
Messrs Buck and Reid, 179 New Bond Street, London
Koekkoek's Gallery, 72 Piccadilly, London
The French Gallery, Henry Wallis, 120 Pall Mall, London
The Royal Academy, Burlington House, Piccadilly (from 1868)
The Royal Academy, East Wing, National Gallery, Trafalgar Square (1837 - 1868)