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The Old Mill House, Bedhampton. Here Keats wrote, in 1818, The Eve of St Agnes. In 1820 he spent his last night in England in this house, owned by John Snook, brother-in-law of Keats's friend and Hampstead neighbour Charles Wentworth Dilke.

The Old Mill House, Bedhampton. Here Keats wrote, in The Eve of St Agnes. In 1820 he spent his last night in England in this house, owned by John Snook, brother-in-law of Keats's friend and Hampstead neighbour Charles Wentworth Dilke.

John Keath's House, Wentworth Place, now known as Hampstead Heath

Home Of Poet John Keats Reopens After Extensive Refurbishment

John Keath's House, Wentworth Place, now known as Hampstead Heath

"Dearest Fanny ... They say I must remain confined to this room for some time. The consciousness that you love me will make a pleasant prison of the house next to yours." Keats's bedroom at Wentworth Place

They say I must remain confined to this room for some time. The consciousness that you love me will make a pleasant prison of the house next to yours." Keats's bedroom at Wentworth Place

Haydon's sketch of Keats, done from life in November 1816, and considered by Charles Brown an excellent likeness.  Signed "John Keats by B R Haydon"  Several years later he added: "Keats was a spririt that in passing over the earth came within its attraction and expired in fruitless struggles to make its dull inhabitants comprehend the beauty of his soarings."

Haydon's sketch of Keats, done from life in November 1816, and considered by Charles Brown an excellent likeness. Signed "John Keats by B R Haydon" Several years later he added: "Keats was a spririt that in passing over the earth came within its attraction and expired in fruitless struggles to make its dull inhabitants comprehend the beauty of his soarings."

Keats house at Hampstead Heath.  Keats Grove, where poet John Keats lived from 1818 to 1820.  London, England

Keats House, Georgian house (built that was once home to the poet John Keats, in North London, Engla

Silhouette of John Keats by Charles Brown, given to his sister Fanny Keats, 1819

silhouette pf the poet John Keats by Charles Armitage Brown. Brown was the good friend of Keats until his death in (Article about Brown - Wikipedia)

Keats House  The front parlour

Keats House: what is it we go to visit? A glimpse of a light-winged Dryad in the trees? (Hampstead, North London)

Keats’s sitting room, and the Brawne family’s sitting room at Wentworth Place…

Keats’s sitting room, and the Brawne family’s sitting room at Wentworth Place…

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