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Anglican Cathedral, St James's Mount, Liverpool

RIBA28892
Scott, Sir Giles Gilbert (1880-1960)
NOTES: The cathedral was built to a competition-winning design of 1903. It was consecrated in 1924 but only completed in 1978.

Hafod House, near Pontarfynach: the entrance hall

RIBA54297
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.

Capriccio known as The Skeletons

RIBA125913
NOTES: This print is from a suite of four untitled plates, known as the `Grotteschi'. Probably first published in 1747 or 1748, and often reprinted, this copy was probably published during the 1760s. The plates, showing fantastic arrangements of human and architectural remains, were among Piranesi's earliest publications.

Capriccio known as The Triumphal Arch

RIBA125914
NOTES: This print is from a suite of four untitled plates, known as the `Grotteschi'. Probably first published in 1747 or 1748, and often reprinted, this copy was probably published during the 1760s. The plates, showing fantastic arrangements of human and architectural remains, were among Piranesi's earliest publications.

Capriccio known as The Tomb of Nero

RIBA125915
NOTES: This print is from a suite of four untitled plates, known as the `Grotteschi'. Probably first published in 1747 or 1748, and often reprinted, this copy was probably published during the 1760s. The plates, showing fantastic arrangements of human and architectural remains, were among Piranesi's earliest publications.

Capriccio known as The Monumental Tablet

RIBA125916
NOTES: This print is from a suite of four untitled plates, known as the `Grotteschi'. Probably first published in 1747 or 1748, and often reprinted, this copy was probably published during the 1760s. The plates, showing fantastic arrangements of human and architectural remains, were among Piranesi's earliest publications.
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