Lavenham

Lavenham is a pretty village in Suffolk built entirely from Sean Scully paintings.

Many remain anonymous but some have been given names.

Open Shutters

Herringbone & Huntsman

Double Room

Little Doric

Lavenham Cross

Four Quartets

Game of Bones

Wooden Palace

Passageway

Seven Sisters

Facade

Barbershop

Saffron Window

Timber Yard

Apotheosis

Open Heart

Crooked House

Longsight

Broken Shadows

Wall of Light

Half-Timbered

Lavenham / Sean Scully

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3 Responses to Lavenham

  1. Julia Hallewell says:

    That’s brilliant! Made me laugh and looks great! My parents had the 1st night of their honeymoon in The Swan in Lavenham.

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