Person    | Male  Born 1795  Died 1860

Sir Charles Barry

Categories: Architecture

Born in London. Architect of the Houses of Parliament, after the 1834 fire. One of the Commissioners for the Great Exhibition. Father of the architect Charles Barry Jnr, engineer Wolfe-Barry and the architect Edward Middleton Barry. Died at home in Clapham.

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Sir Charles Barry

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Great Exhibition and Prince Albert

Designed by Joseph Durham with modifications by Sydney Smirke. Inaugurated by...

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Sir Charles Barry - SW4

Sir Charles Barry, 1795 - 1860, architect, lived and died here. L.C.C. 

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