While She Lived and
Worked at 17, Lansdowne Road
Carlos Cardoso Aveline
Partial view of the image made by Mr. Judge
Drawing with pen and ink, William Q. Judge made an image to show the office of Helena P. Blavatsky in Lansdowne Road, Holland Park, London, in 1887-1888.
“… The dining room in front”, he said, “opened into the work room behind. The front one was seldom used for anything but meals, except when a crowded meeting compelled visitors to sit there. (…)”.
The article “Helena Blavatsky’s Home in London” is published at the associated websites since 26 September 2021. An initial version of it is part of the November 2019 edition of “The Aquarian Theosophist”, pp. 10-13.
Helena Blavatsky (photo) wrote these words: “Deserve, then desire”.