Person    | Male  Born /5/1721  Died 3/6/1804

Nicholas Revett

Categories: Architecture, Art

Countries: Greece, Italy

Architect. Born in Framlingham, Suffolk. He went to Rome in 1742 to study under Marco Benefiale. In 1750 he travelled to Athens with James Stuart to record the antiquities. He incorporated some of the details he found there in his future architectural designs. Died in London.

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