Inigo Jones(1573-1652), Architect
Sitter in 31 portraits
Architect; introduced the Italianate style of building to England; designed the elaborate sets for court masques, often working in collaboration with Ben Jonson; his most important and influential buildings are the Queen's House, Greenwich, and the Banquetting House, Whitehall.
Explore the portrait of Inigo Jones by Charles Frederick Carter (NPG D2920) from all angles
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