King Charles II’s Master Mason. Also worked on St Paul's Cathedral and the Temple Bar and did much work in the rebuilding of the City after the Great Fire. Born and died London.
Person | Male Born 1628 Died 1678
This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Charles I statue
Made in 1633 during Charles I's reign, London’s oldest bronze statue was inte...
F. M. Elgood
Architect. Other London work: 8-10 Wigmore Street - 1896 and 34 Weymouth Street - 1908. 1904-17 a member of the Ruislip-Northwood Urban District Council, on which he served as chairman.
Art school. In full Staatliches Bauhaus. Founded by Walter Gropius, the name means 'building house', but in its early years it didn't actually have an architecture department. It was located initia...
Robert Atkinson & A. F. B. Anderson
Architects active in the 1930s. Also built the Grade II listed Swiss Cottage Regency Lodge, the huge block of flats that occupies the southern section of the Swiss Cottage gyratory and other blocks...
The Adam brothers built a very large development including a run of houses with a terrace that over-looked the river, which was much closer before the Embankment was built. It was this terrace that...
Joseph Whitehead & Sons Ltd
Contractor in marble work, responsible for the design and execution of works such as the drinking fountains for the Metropolitan Drinking Fountain and Cattle Trough Association. Based at Imperial W...