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Ensor, Residence of BJ Fink, MLA


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Original antique print


Ensor is a two-storey Victorian brick and stucco mansion built in 1875 for Joseph Levy by the prominent Melbourne firm of architects Crouch & Wilson. It has an elaborate three bay facade with a two storey arcaded verandah, executed in intricate cast iron, flanking the projecting central entrance bay. The facade is heavily detailed with ornate render details. Joseph Levy was a prominent member of the East Melbourne Jewish Community. It was later owned by the financier and parliamentarian, Benjamin Fink. It is situated at 168-172 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne. From 'Jubilee history of Victoria and Melbourne', / T.W.H. Leavitt editor.

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artist Fergusson & Mitchell (lithographer)
method Lithograph with later hand-colouring
date 1888
size 205mm by 270mm (sheet)
SKU AU7928