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Coordinates: 51°38'38.64?N 0°21'32.54?W? / ?51.6440667°N 0.3590389°W? / 51.6440667; -0.3590389

Lululaund (postcard c.1900) by Henry Hobson Richardson, Hubert von Herkomer.jpg
Lululaund from Melbourne Road, Bushey, UK (postcard c.1900). The south front showing main entrance.
General information
Type Private house
Architectural style Romanesque Revival architecture
Address 43 Melbourne Rd, Bushey, Hertfordshire, WD23 3LL
Country England, United Kingdom
Coordinates view on map
Current tenants Demolished 1939
Construction started 1886
Completed 1894
Client Hubert von Herkomer
Design and construction
Architect Henry Hobson Richardson
The wide segmental arch across most of the frontage. c 1910
British Legion hall (2009). The arched entrance-way in the c1900 photo of Lululaund.
Dining room, 'Human Sympathy', a frieze in painted relief. c 1901

Lululaund was the Romanesque revival style house and studio of German-born British artist Hubert von Herkomer, in Melbourne Road, Bushey, Hertfordshire. It was designed in c.1886 and inhabited in 1894. It was demolished in 1939. The exterior design was developed from a sketch by the American architect Henry Hobson Richardson and was the only example of his work in Europe. It was an influence on the work of English architect Charles Harrison Townsend.

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