The Twentieth Century Society

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Catch up: A Denman Century: the Work of Three Denmans, 1876-1982

This is a recording of the event that took place on Thursday 20th May 2021 

A Denman Century:  the Work of Three Denmans, 1876-1982 Presented by David Robson

David Robson will survey the work of a three-generation family of architects, founded by Samuel Denman in Brighton in the mid-1870s, was continued by his son John-Leopold and his grandson John-Bluett until the early 1980s.

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Above: Portrait of John Leopold Denman by Joseph Cribb, Citizen's Building Society, Brighton, 1928. Photograph David Robson.

 

The Twentieth Century Society is a registered charity, no 1110244.

The Twentieth Century Society is an IHBC (Institute of Historic Building conservation) recognised CPD provider

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