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John Nash

London 1752 - East Cowes Castle, Isle of Wight 1835
British architects of the Regency and Georgian eras
Joseph Anton Couriguer
1820-25 (2012)

London /  John Nash   London /  John Nash


Portrait medaillon, john nash 1752-1825, in Nash summer house.

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John Nash 1752-1835, Architect.

He designed much of the layout of Regency London, including Regent Street
and Regent's Park, and many exceptional buildings, such as the remodelling
of Buckingham Palace and the Royal Mews, and the relocation of Marble Arch.
In St. James's, his works include Carlton House Terrace, Clarence House, The
Theatre Royal, and the formeer United Services Club, Pall Mall.

John Nash supervised the design and layout of the St. James's Square gardens
including this pavilion, known as the Nash Summer House.

Nash Image by Joseph Anton Couriguer. Wax Medallion, c. 1820-1825.
© National Portrait Gallery, London. Reproduced with Permission.


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Item Code: gblo212; Photograph: 18 March 2019
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