John Rennie (1761-1821), Civil engineer
Sitter associated with 16 portraits
Rennie worked as a civil engineer under James Watt before settling in London in 1784. A builder of bridges, docks, canals and harbours, he is best known for Waterloo Bridge 1810-7, Southwark Bridge 1815-9 and London Bridge, completed after his death by his sons.
by Sir John Gilbert, and Frederick John Skill, and William Walker, and Elizabeth Walker (née Reynolds)