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  Windsor Castle by William Harrison Ainsworth - BOOK III / CHAPTER V
The Winchester Tower, originally inhabited by William of Wykeham, was bestowed upon Sir Jeffry Wyatville as a residence by George the Fourth; and, on the resignation of the distinguished architect, was continued to him for life by the present queen.
The works within the castle were continued during the reign of William the Fourth, and at its close the actual cost of the buildings had reached the sum of 771,000, pounds and it has been asserted that the general expenditure up to the present time has exceeded a million and a half of money.
This tower was raised thirty-three feet by Sir Jeffry Wyatville, crowned with a machicolated battlement, and surmounted with a flag-tower.
www.globusz.com /ebooks/WindsorCastle/00000035.htm   (493 words)

 Brook Street: South Side | British History Online
In 1799 Jeffry Wyatt entered into partnership with John Armstrong, a carpenter and building contractor who had his workshops and timber yard on the triangular site at the corner of Brook's Mews and Avery Row, behind No. 39 (then 50) Brook Street (see page 84).
After Wyatville's death in 1840 the house passed to his daughter Emily Knapp and her husband, and was occupied by the Knapps until 1876.
Jeffry Wyatt, latterly Sir Jeffry Wyatville, kt., architect, 1804—40.
www.british-history.ac.uk /report.asp?compid=42101   (8135 words)

 Georgian Index - The Cottage/ Royal Lodge
In December 1823, Jeffry Wyatt, the nephew of George III's architect James Wyatt, was employed to replace the thatch with slates and replace old windows.
George the IV knighted Jeffry Wyatt when the work at Windsor Castle was completed.
Wyatt took the name Sir Jeffry Wyatville to differentiate him from James Wyatt's immediate family.
www.geocities.com /ifernwood/HMR-Lodge/royal-lodge.html   (595 words)

 Jeffry Wyattville - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sir Jeffry Wyattville (1766 - 1840) was an English architect and garden designer, brother to Sir John Wyattville, also an architect.
Derek Linstrum Sir Jeffry Wyattville: Architect to the King (1973) OUP ISBN 0-19-817190-0
This article about an architect is a stub.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Jeffry_Wyatville   (150 words)

 Sir Jeffry Wyatville’s House in Mayfair - London - UK Attraction
The Wyatville family are noted for their profession as architects.
Brothers, Sir Jeffry and Sir John Wyatville, were trained by their uncles, Samuel Wyatt and James Wyatt, to become prominent figures in this profession during the 18th and 19th centuries.
It was Sir Jeffry Wyatville who resided in this house at 39 Brook Street which is located very close to the popular shopping areas of South Molton Street and Bond Street.
www.ukattraction.com /london/sir-jeffry-wyatvilles-house.htm   (207 words)

 History of Brompton Cemetery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The concept of the garden cemetery "as much for the enjoyment of the living as the repose of the dead" belonged jointly to J.C. Loudon, the landscape consultant, and Sir Jeffry Wyatville, William IV's architect and 'Surveyor of the Fabric'.
Sir Jeffry Wyatville, the most prestigious architect of his day, was called in to head a 'Committee of Taste' to judge an open competition for the Cemetery's architecture.
The winning design was largely reminiscent of previous works by Wyatville and it was his last major architectural involvement before he died in 1840.
www.brompton.org /History.htm   (3141 words)

 ENGLANDS THOUSAND BEST HOUSES - Simon Jenkins - Penguin Books
Jeffry Wyatville was commissioned to build the extensive north wing, including a belvedere, theatre, sculpture gallery and grand dining room.
The route now enters the 19th century, with corridors and stairs added to the central courtyard by Wyatville for the 6th Duke.
Here begins what amounts to a second Chatsworth, the Regency wing designed by Wyatville for the 6th Duke, The 1st Duke's Long Gallery was converted into the first of three libraries.
www.penguin.ca /nf/Book/BookDisplay/0,,9780141006253,00.html   (1304 words)

 Woolley Hall near Wakefield   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
It is situated in a landscaped park, part of which is now a golf course.
Woolley Hall was designed by Sir Jeffry Wyatville, noted for his transformation of Windsor Castle for George IV.
Sir Jeffry Wyatville (1766 - 1840) was a prominent Regency architect who undertook period restorations and additions to historic mansions.
www.overtown.sgt.btinternet.co.uk /Neighbourhood/woolley-hall.htm   (152 words)

 Philipps House Wiltshire
The severe neo-classical house was designed by Jeffry Wyatt, better known for his association with the Gothic revival.
In 1824 George IV allowed the architect to change his surname to Wyatville to distinguish him from his famous uncle, James Wyatt, and in 1828 he was created Sir Jeffry Wyatville.
Philipps House, with its simplicity and lack of ornament, is an effective expression of the neo-classical theories which by 1800 had become widely accepted in England.
www.touruk.co.uk /houses/housewilts_philipps.htm   (415 words)

 Bridgewater Monument, follies and folly towers at follytowers.com
It is 108 foot tall, and if you feel energetic enough to climb all of its 170 steps to the viewing platform, you will be rewarded with good views of the Chiltern Hills.
The column was designed by Sir Jeffry Wyatville eight years before his own death.
It was Wyatville who was responsible for a lot of the alteration to Windsor Castle on behalf of King George IV.
www.follytowers.com /bridgewater.html   (651 words)

 Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew: Collections
Built in 1837 by Sir Jeffry Wyatville, King William's Temple was built to complement Chambers' Temple of Victory (no longer standing).
Originally known as the Temple of Military Fame, iron plaques commemorating British military victories from Minden to Waterloo are placed around the interior.
King William's Temple is number 21 on the visitor map.
www.rbgkew.org.uk /collections/william.html   (87 words)

 Edward III Crossing the Somme by WEST, Benjamin
A series of eight paintings illustrating events from the reign of Edward III was commissioned from West by George III to decorate the Audience Chamber at Windsor Castle.
The task took three years to complete from 1786 to 1789, but the arrangement was dismantled by George IV during the mid-1820s when much of Windsor Castle was redesigned by Jeffry Wyatville.
However, a view of the Audience Chamber with the pictures still in place is included in W. Pyne's The History of the Royal Residences of 1819.
gallery.euroweb.hu /html/w/west/edward3.html   (482 words)

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www.npg.org.uk /live/search/portrait.asp?LinkID=mp04948&rNo=8&role=sit   (117 words)

The present house was begun in 1687 under Talman, a honey-coloured house in Palladian[?] style.
From 1818 to 1827 Sir Jeffry Wyatville[?] added an Italianate North Wing to the Palladian quadrangle.
The house contains a unique collection of priceless paintings, furniture and other artefacts.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/ch/Chatsworth.html   (420 words)

 Chatsworth House, the Painted Hall and Its Works of Art
Although the floor and staircase have been modified over the centuries the upper part of the Hall has remained the same.
The present staircase was designed by W. Romaine-Walker in 1912 and substituted the previous one designed by Sir Jeffry Wyatville (1766-1840).
On display, on a table, there is a watercolour dated 1827 by William Henry Hunt (1790-1864) of the original twin staircase built in 1692.
www.know-britain.com /country_houses/chatsworth_3.html   (328 words)

 Harlaxton College:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The second theory is that the accomplished London-based firm of' Francis Bernasconi and Son, who had been active as a family in England from the 1770s, did the work.
This latter proposal is the most attractive for we know that Francis Bernasconi (1762-1841) who originated from Riva St Vitale in the Swiss Ticino, made a speciality of working in 'Gothic compo' for among others James Wyatt and Sir Jeffry Wyatville.
His Louis Quatorze decoration at many houses is only rivalled by what he did in emulating medieval Gothic.
www.ueharlax.ac.uk /harlaxton/stuccoj.htm   (854 words)

 Endsleigh House and Gardens - a Gardens Guide review (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.tamu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The garden, which has a grass terrace overlooking the Tamar, is being restored.
Repton praised Wyatville's use of the local architectural style for what he described as "an irregular farm house".
In 1842 Loudon admired 'the Tamar, here a clear and rapid river, passing through richly wooded banks and fertile meadows' and said that 'we admire Endsleigh exceedingly, for its natural beauties, and for the very high keeping displayed in all that we saw'.
www.gardenvisit.com.cob-web.org:8888 /g/end.htm   (187 words)

 Art on File: Great Britain: Historic Garden Landscapes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Aroid house is the oldest glasshouse at Kew.
It was once located on the grounds of Buckingham Palace, and, at the direction of William IV, moved to Kew in 1836 where it was modified by Jeffry Wyatville.
The Orangery, built in 1761, was designed by Sir William Chambers.
boundless.uoregon.edu /digcol/aaa/kew.html   (884 words)

 National Trust | Philipps House & Dinton Park | What to see & do
Various walks around the park start from the car park; leaflet from property (when open), or from the village shop/post office or NT shop in Salisbury
Designed by Jeffry Wyatville for William Wyndham, the house was completed in 1820.
The principal rooms on the ground floor are open to visitors and contain fine Regency furniture.
www.nationaltrust.org.uk /main/cymraeg/w-vh/w-visits/w-findaplace/w-philippshouse_dintonpark/w-philippshouse_dintonpark-accessibility.htm   (67 words)

 Ashridge Garden - a Gardens Guide review
Repton described his design as the 'child of my age and declining powers'.
After Repton's death, his proposals were adapted and implemented by Sir Jeffry Wyatville.
As Repton wished, there is a notable mixture of features: an Italian garden, a circular Rose Garden, a Monk's garden and Holy Well, an Armorial Garden, a conservatory, a grotto and an avenues of Wellingtonias leading to an arboretum.
www.gardenvisit.com /g/ashr.htm   (211 words)

 Royal Family > Memorial sites > The Queen Mother > Background > Royal Chapel of All Saints
This small private chapel stands in the grounds of Royal Lodge, Windsor Great Park.
It was originally the site of a porter's lodge but was converted in 1825 for George IV by his architect Jeffry Wyatville.
The chapel was regularly used by George IV and his Household, who spent much time at Royal Lodge in the late 1820s.
www.royal.gov.uk /OutPut/Page1074.asp   (433 words)

 Tourist attractions near Sir Jeffry Wyatville’s House: - London
Tourist attractions near Sir Jeffry Wyatville’s House: - London
39 Brook Street, Mayfair, London W1 - England, UK The Wyatville family are noted for their profession as architects.
A selection of tourist attractions close to Sir Jeffry Wyatville’s House:
ukattraction.com /london/attractions/sir-jeffry-wyatvilles-house.htm   (270 words)

 The Nash Conservatory - Explore Kew Gardens   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Nash Conservatory was one of four conservatories designed by John Nash for Buckingham Palace, seen here.
William IV had one of them moved to Kew in 1836 and modified by the architect, Sir Jeffry Wyatville.
Its twelve Ionic columns are said to have come from Carlton House, the London residence of the Prince Regent.
www.explore-kew-gardens.net /engMarch/textMM/aroidN.htm   (65 words)

 Browsholme Hall - Home of the Parker Family for over 500 years (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.tamu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Drawing Room is the principal state room of the house, formed when the west wing was rebuilt by Thomas Lister Parker in 1805.
Its architect was Jeffry Wyatt, later Sir Jeffry Wyatville (1766-1840); his drawings remain at Browsholme.
Although the proportions of the room are classical its ornament is unequivocally Elizabethan, making it one of the earliest Elizabethan revival interiors.
www.browsholme.co.uk.cob-web.org:8888 /history.htm   (4292 words)

 Camelot Village: Britain's Heritage and History
He bought two complete libraries, many paintings and sculptures and a great deal more besides.
He engaged the architect Sir Jeffry Wyatville (1766-1840) to build the long North Wing at Chatsworth.
Later, Lismore Castle in County Waterford was rebuilt too.
camelotintl.com /heritage/historichouses/midlands/chatsworth/ch6th.html   (372 words)

 Find in a Library: Sir Jeffry Wyatville: architect to the king.
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 University of Michigan Library Name Resolver Service   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
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 Jeffry Wyatville on artnet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Find works of art, auction results & sale prices of artist Jeffry Wyatville at galleries and auctions worldwide.
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