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Netherne Hospital, Surrey: the recreation hall. Watercolour by H. Campbell, 1968.

Campbell, Hugh, active approximately 1968.
25.7.68 [25 July 1968]
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About this work


Centre, a large brick building with a gable roof and round-arched windows, buttresses topped by console brackets, a lantern, and a shield on the front dated 1902. Right, a glass post-war extension. Left foreground, a red car. The large building is the recreation hall. The glass extension was removed when the estate was converted to housing, and a time capsule was deposited there on 1 April 2017. The date on the shield appears in the painting to be 1902, but on the building itself it is 1907


[Netherne, Surrey], 25.7.68 [25 July 1968]

Physical description

1 painting : watercolour, with gouache and felt pen ; sheet 46 x 55.9 cm


East. Campbell, Hugh 25.7.68

Creator/production credits

Executed by H. Campbell at Netherne Hospital in Surrey, with support from Edward Adamson

Lettering note

The hospital building, the name of the artist and the date are inscribed by Edward Adamson on the verso


Adamson Collection/Wellcome Library no. 2917958i


This work is untitled; the title has been supplied by the cataloguer for identification purposes.


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