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Gothic Revival: Pointed Forms

Gothic Revival architecture placed emphasis on the Gothic arch and spire.

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St Augustine's Church, Kilburn, London

Pearson, John Loughborough (1817-1897)

All Saints, Margaret Street, Fitzrovia, London

Butterfield, William (1814-1900)

Rijksmuseum, Stadhouderskade 41, Amsterdam

Cuypers, Petrus Josephus Hubertus (1827-1921)

Church of the Holy Trinity, Prince Consort Road, London

Bodley, George Frederick (1827-1907)
NOTES: Work on the construction of the church commenced in 1901 and was completed in 1907.

Tower Bridge, London

Barry, Sir John Wolfe (1836-1918)
NOTES: This bridge over the Thames was designed by Sir Horace Jones and engineered by Sir John Wolfe Barry.

Albert Memorial, Kensington Gore, London, seen from the south

Scott, Sir George Gilbert (1811-1878)

St Andrew, Ombersley, Worcestershire

Rickman, Thomas (1776-1841)

Manchester Town Hall: the main front

Waterhouse, Alfred (1830-1905)

Church of St John, Shenstone, Staffordshire

Gibson, John (1817-1892)

Church of St Lawrence, Lighthorne

Gibson, John (1817-1892)

Columbia Market, Bethnal Green, London

Darbishire, Henry Astley (1839-1908)

All Saints, Chapel Street, St Kilda

Billing, Nathaniel (1821-1910)
NOTES: The church was designed by Billing and opened in 1861. The east end was completed to designs by Wyatt in the 1870s.

St Augustine's Church, Kilburn, London

Pearson, John Loughborough (1817-1897)

Black Church (or St Mary's Chapel of Ease), Mountjoy Street, Dublin

John Semple & Son
NOTES: The building is now offices.

Hafod House, near Pontarfynach: the south-west front

Baldwin, Thomas (1750-1820)
NOTES: The house was built originally by Baldwin (begun 1786) for Thomas Johnes (1748-1816). A library and conservatory were added by John Nash 1793-1794. A disastrous fire in 1807 destroyed all of NashÔÇÖs work, but the house was rebuilt by Baldwin (1807-1810) retaining NashÔÇÖs library. A large extension was added by Anthony Salvin in 1846-1851 and the house was altered again from 1872. The estate declined in the early 20th century and the house was abandoned in 1942. It was demolished in 1956.

Old Duke of Bedford school, Thorney, Cambridgeshire

Teulon, Samuel Sanders (1812-1873)
NOTES: In 1846-1849 the seventh Duke of Bedford initiated the rebuilding of the village as a 'model village'. The new buildings, designed by Samuel Sanders Teulon, included this school with three schoolrooms, for boys, girls, and infants, a post office, shops, a relieving office for the poor and infirm, and many cottages. These premises ceased to be used as a school in 1925.

Lacock Abbey, Wiltshire: the Gothick Great Hall on the west front

Miller, Sanderson (1716-1780)
NOTES: This abbey for Augustinian canonesses was founded in the early 13th century by Ela, Countess of Salisbury. It was dissolved in 1539 and sold to Sir William Sharrington who converted it into a family home. The Gothick Great Hall was built for John Ivory Talbot by Sanderson Miller in 1753-1755.

Design for the church of St Paul, Camden Square, London

Ordish, Frederick Webster (1821-1885)
NOTES: This image is a photograph of an original drawing.

Christ Church Cathedral, Fredericton, New Brunswick

Butterfield, William (1814-1900)

Wilkins Hall, King's College, Cambridge, seen after redecoration

James Cubitt & Partners
NOTES: This college dining hall was designed by William Wilkins and built in 1823-1828. Its redecoration was undertaken by James Cubitt & Partners and completed in 1968.

St James, Baldersby, North Yorkshire

Butterfield, William (1814-1900)