Person    | Male  Born 6/3/1855  Died 31/3/1935

William Bainbridge Reynolds

William Bainbridge Reynolds

Art metal worker and an architect. Born Chelsea.  He became very successful and his metalwork features in many cathedrals and churches. His patrons included almost every important architect of the period.

Work in London includes the galleon above an entrance to Thames House on the northern approach to Southwark Bridge.

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William Bainbridge Reynolds

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St Matthias Stoke Newington war memorial - plaque

While almost devoid of decorative elements this plaque is extremely legible a...

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Kingston Lodge

Kingston Lodge

Home to George Meredith, 1864-7. In response to our search Google presented this image but does not provide full access to the apparent source, "Selected Letters of George Meredith", so we cannot ...

Building, Architecture

1 memorial
John Barnett

John Barnett

Designed houses in Kensington, Clapham and Highbury. Seems not much is known about him.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Royal Garrison Church of St George

Royal Garrison Church of St George

Built by Thomas Henry Wyatt, in the Italianate style. It became a royal garrison church in 1928, following a visit by King George V. It contains many mosaics, particularly one by Antonio Salviati, ...

Building, Architecture, Armed Forces, Religion

1 memorial
Adams, Holden and Pearson

Adams, Holden and Pearson

Architectural partnership. 1899 Charles Holden joined H. Percy Adams' practice and became a partner in 1907. In 1913 Lionel Pearson became a partner. Their designs include 55 Broadway, the headquar...

Group, Architecture

5 memorials
Charles Jones

Charles Jones

Architect, engineer and surveyor. Born in Beccles, Suffolk. His works include two Ealing Town Halls: the current one and the previous one, now (2024) NatWest bank at 1a The Mall, Ealing, and severa...

Person, Architecture, Engineering

1 memorial