Person    | Male  Born 18/1/1857  Died 17/7/1931

William Richard Lethaby

Categories: Architecture, Art, History

Born Barnstaple, Devon. Architect, in the arts and crafts style, and writer on archaeology and medieval art. First Principle of the Central School of Arts & Crafts. The Lethaby gallery at the King's Cross Central St Martin's is presumably named for him. Died London.

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W R Lethaby

London County Council William Richard Lethaby, 1857 - 1931, architect and fi...

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W. R. Lethaby

Greater London Council William Richard Lethaby, 1857 - 1931, architect, live...

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Richard Norman Shaw - SW1

Bob Speel informs that this roundel was designed by Lethaby and modelled by T...

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