[Information provided by Ayla Lepine, Visiting Lecturer, Courtauld Institute of Art, who also wrote the biography linked to this page.]
Artistic Relations — Architects, Designers, and Movements: Sources, Influences, Confluences
- George Gilbert Scott (Scott’s first pupil)
- William Butterfield
- George Edmund Street
- William White
- Arts and Crafts movement
- John Ruskin
- A. W. N. Pugin
- Thomas Garner (1839-1906), partner
- George Gilbert Scott, junior (1839-97), partner
- Charles Eamer Kempe (1837-1907)
- Charles Robert Ashbee (1863-1942)
- John Ninian Comper (1864-1960)
- Henry Vaughan (1845-1917)
Works illustrated and discussed in the Victorian Web
- St Michael and All Angels, Brighton, in Sussex (1858-62)
- Holy Trinity in Prince Consort Lane (1901-06)
- Interior, proposed new church, Leeds
- Interior, new church, Kensington
- New Tower, Holy Trinity, Long Milford
- Design for a tomb
- St. Mary's Church, Ecclestone
- Chapel Allerton, St. Matthews's Church, Leeds
- Hayes Lodge, Morley, Derbyshire
- All Saints, Jesus Lane, Cambridge (1863-70), a series with many views
- All Saints, Selsley, in Gloucestershire (1858-62)
- Font in Southwark Cathedral (scroll down webpage)
- Angel tapestry hangings (attributed), Southwak Cathedral
- Boer War Memorial, York
- St Martin’s, Scarborough, in Yorkshire (1860-63)
- Holy Angels, Hoar Cross, Staffordshire, (1871-76)
- St Augustine, Pendlebury, Lancashire (1870-74)
- St Swithun’s Quadrangle, Magdalen College, Oxford (1879-84)
- St Mary’s, Clumber, Nottinghamshire (1886-89)
- The interiors for Ham House (1889-90)
- Vestments for the Coronation of Edward VII (1902)
- London School Board Offices (1872-76, demolished)
- Master’s Lodge at University College (1877-82), Oxford
- Classical reredos for St Paul’s Cathedral, London (1887, destroyed in WWII and removed).
- Cathedral in Hobart, Tasmania
- Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co
- Rattee and Kett (woodwork)
- Barkentin and Krall (metalwork)
- Burlison and Grylls (stained glass)
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Fawcett, Jane, ed. Seven Victorian Architects. London, 1976.
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Norman Shaw, Richard and Thomas Graham Jackson (eds.), Architecture, a Profession or an Art? Thirteen Short Essays on the Qualifications and Training of Architects. London, 1892.
Smart, C. M., Muscular Churches: Ecclesiastical Architecture of the High Victorian Period. London, 1989.
Warren, E. P., ‘The Life and Work of George Frederick Bodley’, RIBA Journal, 3rd series, vol. 17 (1910): 305-40.
Last modified 4 June 2013