Index to Art and Architecture in England

This page is almost completed--for the time being (until I go back to England).

I am giving a special thanks to my friend and neighbor, Dr. Kathleen Fenton, who helped me negotiate subways, locate buildings, and find photographic angles; her enthusiasm never waned, her positive spirit kept me going, and her curiosity for this endeavor almost matched mine. Her help and good cheer made all this work of taking slides a special pleasure.


Avebury Stone Circles


The Circus (John Wood I)

The Royal Crescent (John Wood II)

Roman Baths, Georgian facades

Roman Baths


Royal Pavilion (Nash, 1815-18)


Christ's College, New Court (Lasdun, 1966-70)

Downing College, Howard Building (Terry, 1985-87)
Downing College, Maitland Robinson Library (Terry, 1992-93)

Emmanuel College, Chapel (Wren, 1667-73)

Faculty of Arts, Sidgwick Site (Casson Conder and Partners, 1958-68)

History Faculty, Sidgwick Site (Stirling, 1964-66)

Holy Sepulchre (The Round Church) (early 12th century and later)

Judge Institute of Management Studies (Outram, 1995)

King's College, Chapel (1446-1515)
King's College, Fellows' Building (Gibbs, 1724-30)

Law Faculty, Sidgwick Site (Foster, 1995)

Pembroke College, Chapel (Wren, 1663-65)
Pembroke College, Library (Waterhouse, 1878)
Pembroke College, Red Building (Waterhouse, 1871-72)

Queens' College, Mathematical Bridge (Etheridge and Essex, 1749-50)

St. Bene't (early 11th and 13th-19th centuries)

The Senate House (Gibbs, 1722-30)

Trinity College, Great Court (late 15th-18th centuries)
Trinity College, Library (Wren, 1676-84)
Trinity College, Nevile's Court (1605-12 and 1676-85)

University Centre (Howell Killick Partridge and Amis, 1963-67)


Canterbury Cathedral


Durham Cathedral


Gloucester Cathedral


Admiralty Arch (Webb, 1906-11)

Albert Memorial (Scott, 1863-72)

All Saints Camden Town (Inwood, 1822-24)

All Souls (Nash, 1822-4)

Apsley House (Adam, 1771-8; 1828-9)

Athenaeum (Decimus Burton, 1829-30)

Banqueting House (Inigo Jones, 1619-22)

British Airways London Eye (David Marks and Julia Barfield, 1999)

British Library (St. John Wilson, 1974-98)

British Medical Association (Lutyens, 1911-13; 1922-29) Former Theosophical Soc Headquarters (Burton Street facade)

British Museum South front and Reading Room (Sir Robert Smirke, 1852; Reading Room by Sydney Smirke, 1854-7)

British Museum Great Court (Foster, 2000)

Cenotaph (Lutyens, 1919-20)

Christ Church (Hawksmoor, 1714-29)

Christ Church (Wren, 1677-87)

Cleopatra's Needle (Egyptian obelisk)

Clore Gallery (Stirling)

Clubs for gentlemen. Or see Athehaeum, Reform Club, Traveller's Club or United Services Club/Institute of Directors.

Constitution Arch (Decimus Burton, 1827-28)

Danish Embassy (Jacobsen, 1977)

Embankment Place, Charing Cross (Farrell, 1990)

Harrod's Department Store (Stevens and Munt, 1901-5)

Holy Trinity (Barry, 1826-8)

Horseguards (Kent, Vardy, 1745-55)

Houses of Parliament (Barry, 1835-60)

Hyde Park Corner Screen (Decimus Burton, 1825)

Institute of Directors (originally United Services Club) (Nash, Burton, 1827;1842)

Institute of Education, University of London (Lasdun, 1975-9)

King's Cross Station (Cubitt, 1851-2)

Lloyd's of London (Rogers,1978-86)

Locking Piece (Moore)

Mary Ward Settlement [originally known as the Passmore Edwards Settlement] (Smith and Brewer)

Millennium Bridge (Foster/Caro, 2000-01)

Monument (Wren, 1671-7)

National Gallery (Wilkins, 1832-8)

National Gallery, Sainsbury Wing (Venturi Scott Brown, 1988-91)

Natural History Museum (Waterhouse, 1873-81)

No. 1 Poultry (Stirling, 1998)

Reform Club (Barry, 1841)

Royal Albert Hall (Fowke/Scott, 1867-71)

Royal Hospital, Chelsea (Wren, 1682-9)

Royal Hospital, Chelsea, Stables (Soane, 1814-17)

Royal National Theater (Lasdun, 1967-77)

Royal Opera Arcade (Nash and Repton, 1816-18)

Sainsbury Super Market (Grimshaw, 1988-90)

St. Benet, Paul's Wharf (Wren, 1677)

St. Bride's Church, Fleet Street (Wren, 1670-84)

St. Dunstan in the East (Wren, 1697)

St. George, Bloomsbury (Hawksmoor, 1716-31)

St. James, Piccadilly (Wren, 1676-84)

St. James Garlickhithe (Wren, 1674-87)

St. Magnus the Martyr (Wren, 1705 [steeple])

St. Martin in the Fields (Gibbs, 1721-6)

St. Martin within Ludgate (Wren, 1677-87)

St. Mary-le-Bow, Cheapside EC2 (Wren, 1671-80)

St. Mary le Strand (Gibbs, 1714-17)

St. Pancras Church (Inwood, 1819-22)

St. Paul's Cathedral (Wren, 1675-1710)

St. Stephen, Walbrook (Wren, 1672-80)

St. Vedast, Foster Lane (Wren, 1670-73; tower: 1697)

Soane House (Soane, 1812-13)

Somerset House (Sir William Chambers, Sir Robert Smirke, Sir James Pennethorne, 1776-86, 1830-5, 1856)

Somerset House Great Courtyard (Jeremy Dixon.Edward Jones, 1998)

Tate Modern (Herzog & de Meuron, 2000)

Trafalgar Square, pools and fountains (Lutyens, 1939)

Travellers' Club (Barry, 1830-32/38-40)

TVam television Studios (Farrell, 1981-3)

Westminster Abbey (8thc/13th c/)


Chiswick House (Burlington, 1725-9)

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Chokushi-Mon, 1910
Japanese Landscape
King William's Temple (Wyatville)
Pagoda (Chambers, 1761)
Palm House (Decimus Burton, 1844-48)
Ruined Arch (Chambers, 1759)
Temple of Bellona (Chambers, 1760)
Temperate House (Decimus Burton, 1862-98)

Syon House (Adam, 1761-8)


(I wish there were more but almost everything was closed on Sunday and I only had a few hours in Oxford.)

All Souls College, North Quadrangle, Codrington Library and Hall (Hawksmoor, 1716-36)

Botanic Garden Entrance Arch (Nicholas Stone, 1632-33)

Christ Church, Tom Tower (Wren, 1681-2)

Clarendon Building (Hawksmoor, 1712-15)

Exeter College, Chapel (Sir George Gilbert Scott, 1856-69)

Magdalen College, Bell Tower (1492-1509)

Queen's College, Florey Building (Stirling, 1966-71)

Radcliffe Camera (Gibbs, 1739-49)

Sheldonian Theatre (Wren, 1662-3)




Wells Cathedral and the Bishop's Palace

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