The iconic windmill on Wimbledon Common. A step back in time. Nadia has used a blocky and abstract style, with pops of fluorescent pinks and layers of pallet knife work.
Built in 1817 as a post mill, the windmill was converted into a smock mill in 1893. It has been restored twice, once in 1957 and again in 1976. It now houses a museum.
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