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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Northumberland House - St Martin's le Grand

Northumberland House - St Martin's le Grand

Belonged to King Henry IV who gave it to his wife Queen Jane after which it was called her Wardrobe. It was afterwards a printing-house, and then a tavern. Not to be confused with Northumberland Ho...

Building, Architecture

1 memorial
Sir Edwin Lutyens

Sir Edwin Lutyens

Architect. Born at 16 Onslow Square. Specialised in English country houses. Chosen as the consulting architect for Hampstead Garden Suburb and designed two churches there. One of the four principal...

Person, Architecture

15 memorials
Sir Ninian Comper

Sir Ninian Comper

Architect in the Gothic Revival style. Born Aberdeen. Died in Clapham in The Hostel of God, now Trinity Hospice. The description of the photo of Holy Trinity church Stroud Green includes the sugge...

Person, Architecture, Scotland

1 memorial
Frederick Catherwood

Frederick Catherwood

Artist, architect and explorer.  Born at 21 Charles Square.  Topographical artist.  He visited many Mediterranean countries drawing their monuments and ruins.  In 1839-40 Catherwood and John Lloyd ...

Person, Architecture, Art, Exploring, South America

1 memorial