Person    | Male  Born 1835  Died 25/5/1897

C. J. Phipps

Categories: Architecture, Theatre

Architect of theatres. Those still standing in London include: the Vaudeville, the Lyric, the Garrick, Her Majesty's. Born Bath. Died at home at 26 Mecklenburgh Square.

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C. J. Phipps

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Her Majesty's Theatre - SWET

Theatreland - Heart of the performing arts in London Her Majesty's Theatre ...

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Lyric Theatre

{Above a stylized picture of two performers:} Lyric Theatre Built by C.J. Phi...

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Lewis H. Isaacs

Lewis H. Isaacs

Architect. Born Manchester (or Lancaster depending on source) as Lewis Henry Isaacs. In 1860 he was living in London and appointed Captain in the 40th Middlesex Rifle Volunteer Corps. 1872 he was p...

Person, Architecture, Politics & Administration, Tragedy

1 memorial
Charles Fowler

Charles Fowler

Architect. Born in Cullompton, Devon. Noted for his designs of market buildings, especially Covent Garden. He also designed the conservatory at Syon House, as well as several churches and hospitals...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
James Robb Scott

James Robb Scott

Architect. Born Glasgow. Also designed Richmond station. In addition to the information contained in his biography on the Scottish Architects website, he was shown in the April 1891 census as a sc...

Person, Architecture, Scotland

2 memorials
The Red House

The Red House

Located in Bexleyheath, it was co-designed by Philip Webb and William Morris, to serve as a family home for the latter. Morris's passions for medieval-inspired neo-gothic styles are reflected throu...

Place, Architecture

1 memorial
Peter of Colechurch

Peter of Colechurch

His name, sometimes given as Peter de Colechurch, is connected to the church where he was a priest, St Mary Colechurch in Cheapside. Colechurch had already rebuilt London Bridge from elm in about ...

Person, Architecture, Religion

1 memorial