Huddart, L A Collection

Reference: AR HUDDate: 1927-1948Extent: 27 drawings
Competition drawing for a garden of memory for the Borough of NuneatonLancelot Arthur Huddart was a Landscape Architect active from the 1920s to the 1960s. At the start of his career in the late 1920s he worked for the Landscape Architect, Thomas Hayton Mawson and went on to work for himself in the 1930s.  After the Second World War Huddart started work for the London County Council in the Parks Department eventually becoming the Chief Officer of the LCC Parks Department.  He retired in the early 1960s.

The collection at the MERL comprises 27 drawings from Huddart’s early career before he became employed by LCC.  It includes drawings done in ink as well as some done in watercolour.

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