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Thomas Keyse and the Bermondsey spa

Frank Keyse

Thomas Keyse and the Bermondsey spa

by Frank Keyse

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Published by F. Keyse in Aberystwyth .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Keyse, Thomas, -- 1722-1800.,
  • Health resorts, watering-places, etc. -- England -- London -- History.,
  • Bermondsey (London, England) -- Social life and customs.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Frank Keyse.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA850.B3/
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii,15p. :
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18625487M
    ISBN 100951112805
    OCLC/WorldCa17227045

    This park covers the site of Bermondsey Spa run by Thomas Keyse and operating between and during which time entertainment was provided. In the Victorian period the area was covered with the terraced houses of Ernest and Alfred Streets. The park has recently been re-landscaped. Follow the path through and exit into Spa Road. Bermondsey Spa Phases 3&4 Block Naming Thomas Keyse Discovered natural springs in his tea garden now. Spa Road Thomas Savage Architect for St James Church Ropemakers The bend in Old Jamaica Road just to the west of block E is formed because the route avoided 3 18th.

      But it was the idea of a spa in grimy old Bermondsey that particularly interested me. In the s a gentleman called Thomas Keyse discovered a chalybeate spring in his Bermondsey garden. Chalybeate waters were recommended for the cure of colic, melancholy, hysteria, clammy humours, flatworms, and moisture on the brain. Thomas Keyse (), English still-life painter, and the proprietor of Bermondsey Spa; John Keyse Sherwin (), English engraver and history-painter, born about at East Dean, Sussex, where his father, a labourer, was employed in cutting wooden bolts for ships.

    View over 13 Thomas Keyse artworks sold at auction to research and compare prices. Subscribe to access price results for , different artists! We use cookies to understand how you use our site and to improve your experience. Table Talk: Rod Liddle reviews Hixter Bankside the artist Thomas Keyse discovered some noisome water bubbling out of the ground. So now the whole area is Bermondsey Spa and you can buy a.


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Thomas Keyse And The Bermondsey Spa [Frank Keyse] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. KEYSE, THOMAS (–), still-life-painter, and proprietor of the Bermondsey Spa, born inand a self-taught artist, was a member of the Free Society of Artists, and exhibited with them from to He painted skilful imitations of still life, flowers or fruit.

{{subst:Quick infobox|Thomas Keyse|||}} Thomas Keyse (born died ), still-life-painter, and proprietor of the Bermondsey Spa, born inand a self-taught artist, was a member of the Free Society of Artists, and exhibited with them from to He painted skilful imitations of still life, flowers or fruit.

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AroundThomas Keyse discovered a chalybeate spring in Bermondsey. Bythe Vauxhall inspired (but on much smaller scale) Bermondsey Spa Pleasure Gardens was opened (Timbs, ). Originally south of Spa Road, I was Continue →. Thomas Keyse was born in Gloucester but established himself in Bermondsey, London as a still-life painter.

He exhibited regularly at the Free Society and the Society of Artists. From around he was the owner of Bermondsey Spa, where he had a permanent exhibition of his still-life paintings, most notably A Butcher's Shop on the scale of life.

The most respectable was the Bermondsey Spa, in Grange Road, Bermondsey. The spring, which was chalybeate, was discovered in []; but some years previous to this time, Mr. Thomas Keyse, the proprietor of the gardens, a self-taught artist, rendered them attractive by exhibiting a collection of his own paintings, principally subjects of still life, which possessed considerable merit.

English: Portrait of Thomas Keyse (–), English still-life painter and proprietor of Bermondsey Spa. Thomas Keyse Chapman South London.

ora TeaGardens, the Restoration Spring Gardens, the Dog and Duck,the Folly on the Thames ; Cupers Gardens ; Finchs Grotto,the Bermondsey Spa, and St. Helena Gardens, doubt. Examples of "keyse" Thomas Keyse (–) was an English still-life painter, and the proprietor of Bermondsey Spa.: John Keyse Sherwin ( – Septem ) was an English engraver and history-painter.: About Keyse opened a tea-garden in Bermondsey, then a suburb of London, where a chalybeate spring had been found, and which became known as the Bermondsey Spa.

Neil Jeffares, Dictionary of pastellists before Online edition KEYSE, Thomas Gloucester – Bermondsey Painter of fruit and flower pieces; exhibited at the Free Society, Society of Arts and Royal Academy from until In he founded Bermondsey Spa.

III he On was awarded a bounty of 30 gns “for the. Bermondsey Spa was on the corner of Rouel Road and Spa Road and was established by Thomas Keyse (), a self-taught artist who bought the Waterman's Arms pub here in He laid out adjacent fields as pleasure gardens providing musical entertainments, fireworks displays, as well as a gallery with art exhibitions of his own works: ‘pictures of green-grocers’ stalls and butchers’ shops’.

In a man named Thomas Keyse discovered a natural spring on land he owned by what is now Spa Road. As a result of his discovery Bermondsey became a spa town. In the 18th century people believed that drinking mineral water was good for your health and many doctors prescribed water from the Bermondsey Spa to their patients.

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Usual die flaw on obverse, otherwise about extremely fine, very rare £ Bermondsey’s plentiful supply of water and strong links with the City of London favoured the growth of its leather industry, with tannery pits dotting the area. Thomas Keyse’s discovery of a spa in created a fash­ion­able resort but its popu­larity was short-lived, the spa closing in Thomas Keyse.

by John Chapman, after Samuel Drummond stipple engraving, published 3 7/8 in. x 3 in. ( mm x 75 mm) paper size Purchased with help from the Friends of the National Libraries and the Pilgrim Trust, Reference Collection NPG D Thomas Keyse. by John Chapman, after Samuel Drummond stipple engraving, published 5 1/2 in.

x 3 1/4 in. ( mm x 83 mm) paper size Purchased with help from the Friends of the National Libraries and the Pilgrim Trust, Reference Collection NPG D Bermondsey Spa Gardens In the s, this was a pleasure garden, created by artist Thomas Keyse and famed for its fireworks and concerts – but not its water.

This acre area has now had a £2million brush-up, designed by Broadway Malyan, with new lighting. Gary, I wonder if you can help me. I am researching Thomas Keyse who created 'Bermondsey Spa' and the original pleasure gardens. He was born in in Gloucester and Died early and is said to have been buried in 'Bermondsey Grave Yard.'.

7 works Search for books with subject Bermondsey (London, England). Search. Childhood days Tom Ash Not In Library. Not In Library. Read. Bermondsey boys Terry Scales Not In Library.

Thomas Keyse and the Bermondsey spa Frank Keyse Not In Library. Borrow. Bermondsey in war James Douglas Stewart Not In Library. A stone’s throw from fashionable Shad Thames is a fast-improving pocket of Southwark called Bermondsey Spa.

The district’s name is not an estate agent’s invention, but dates back to when artist Thomas Keyse created a spa and pleasure Author: David Spittles.Thomas Keyse Founded Bermondsey Spa off Spa Road in Died circa I (KRA-B) have part of the Family History down to the present day.

Perrott info on lydia perrott born not sure where. married alfred gower bermondsey london think she died. about 4/5 year later. children