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West Norwood Cemetery, London: the terracotta mausoleum with Tudor windows of Sir Henry Tate

Smith, Sidney Robert James (1858-1913)
NOTES: Originally known as the South Metropolitan Cemetery, this 40-acre cemetery was consecrated in 1837. William Tite, who was the architect for the development company, was responsible for the landscaping and the design of some of the monuments. This mausoleum was designed by Sidney R. J. Smith in c.1890.

Royal Academy competition design for a street front, London

Mallows, Charles Edward (1864-1915)

Palace Theatre (formerly the Royal English Opera House), Cambridge Circus, London

Collcutt, Thomas Edward (1840-1924)
NOTES: Built originally as a full scale opera house for Richard D'Oyly Carte to designs by the builder G. H. Holloway and the architect T. E. Collcutt. The building opened in January 1891 with the opera Ivanhoe by Sir Arthur Sullivan. But opera was not a successful venture and it re-opened in December 1892 as the Palace Theatre.

St Mary the Virgin, Layer Marney, Essex: monument to Henry, first Lord Marney (d.1523) and to Sir William Marney (d.1414) situated between the chancel and the chapel

NOTES: Construction on this church, built of Tudor brick in Perpendicular style, was begun c.1520 by Henry, First Lord Marney

St Andrew Undershaft, Leadenhall Street, City of London: detail of the monument to John Stow (d.1605) portrayed seated at a table writing

NOTES: John Stow (c.1525-1605), antiquarian and historian, was the author of 'The Survey of London', published in 1598.

Bishopsgate Institute, Bishopsgate, City of London

Townsend, Charles Harrison (1851-1928)
SOURCE: Die Architektur des XX Jahrhunderts, vol. 1, 1901, pl. 29

Prudential Assurance Company head office, Holborn Bars, Holborn, London

Waterhouse, Alfred (1830-1905)
SOURCE: J. C. Edwards bricks, tiles and terra cotta catalogue of patterns (Ruabon, 1903), pl. 2