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Exterior Views of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton C. 1830

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Exterior Views of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton C. 1830

Artwork size: 44 x 30 cm
Image size: 33cm x 19cm
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Exterior Views of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton C. 1830 by John Nash



About The Artist - John Nash


John Nash (1752 –1835) was a British architect responsible for much of the layout of Regency London under the patronage of the Prince Regent, and during his reign as George IV. Nash combined an amazing range of architectural styles, from Gothic to Italianate, Palladian, Greek, and picturesque.

Among his best-known buildings John Nash redesigned and greatly extended the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, into and amazingly elaborate Indo-Saracenic style building. As well as the Brighton Pavilion John Nash left a lasting impression on Regency London - designing Regent Street, Regents Park and beginning work on Buckingham Palace when George finally became King.



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