Person    | Male  Born 20/9/1814  Died 21/2/1895

Ewan Christian

Categories: Architecture

Architect. Born Marylebone. Designed the National Portrait Gallery. Primarily worked on churches though he found time to design about 120 houses. Died at the home he had designed for himself, 'Thwaitehead', 50 Well Walk, Hampstead.

We've found a few other architects who built houses for themselves, listed at Geoffrey Darke.

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Ewan Christian

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Christ Church Spitalfields - alterations

"Entensive" seems to be a portmanteau (mash-up) of "extensive" and "intensive".

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St Mary Somerset - Ewan Christian

The dates given on the plaque are about the time that the church ceased funct...

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Wandsworth Prison

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35 St Martin's Street

35 St Martin's Street

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Harryram Rambissoon

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