Archway in Cavendish Square
Archway in Cavendish Square
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Archway in Cavendish Square
Arched bridge above Dean's Mews linking a pair of large Palladian-style town houses at 11-14 Cavendish Square (north side), Marylebone. The bridge was created by Louis Osman after the buildings sustained bomb damage in World War II. The houses themselves date from 1770 and are Grade II* listed; listing number 1066306. Built by a Mr Tufnell to house the Academy of the Society of Dilettanti, they served as the premises of the Roman Catholic Roman Catholic Convent of the Holy Child Jesus from 1889 until 1969. The statue of Madonna and Child by Jacob Epstein over the archway was unveiled in 1953.
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