This is the small town where Thomas Chatterton was born and raised.
St. Mary Redcliffe Church
This is the church where Chatterton's father worked until three months before Chatterton was born. It is also where Chatterton found fragments of manuscripts that inspired his Rowley sequence.
The Garret on Brooke Street, Holborn
This is where Chatterton committed suicide.
Arsenic and opium
This is the cure Chatterton took to cure his clap.
This is the junk store where Charles trades his books on flutes for the portrait of the unknown gentleman.
The Cumberland and Maitland Gallery
This is the art gallery where Vivien works and where Harriet Scrope takes the painting to have it authenticated.
Painting of an Unknown Gentleman
This is the painting Charles Wychwood finds that leads him to research Thomas Chatterton, and is later destroyed when an artist attempts to restore it.
Henry Wallis's painting, Chatterton
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