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Thomas Allom

Person  Male  Born 13/3/1804  Died 21/10/1872

Categories: Architecture, Art

Architect and artist. Born Lambeth. Founding member of RIBA. Travelled extensively and illustrated topographical publications.

Waymarking has the text of a 1997 paper by Leslie du Cane which says "St Peter's was designed by the architect, Thomas Allom, as an integral part of his design for Kensington Park Gardens, Stanley Crescent and Stanley Gardens. His Ladbroke Estate housing, designed in 1852-3, and St Peter's Church are Allom's principal architectural work. Christchurch (1847-8) in Highbury is another Allom church. Today, however, Allom is better known as an artist than as an architect."

Died at home in Barnes at what is now 80 Lonsdale Road.

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St Peters Church - W11

St Peter's Church - One of the last churches built for the Church of England ...

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