John Nash(1752-1835), Architect
Sitter associated with 4 portraits
Architect and town-planner; favoured a picturesque combination of freedom and formality in his many country house commissions; laid out Regent's Park, 1811, and Regent Street, 1813; remodelled the Brighton Pavillion, 1814-21, and Buckingham Palace, 1822-30.
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by Robert Seymour, published by G. Creed
hand-coloured etching, published circa February 1829
- Attingham Park, Shrewsbury, Shropshire
- Blaise Hamlet, Henbury, Gloucestershire
- Blue plaque, 66 Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 3BN
- Brighton Pavillion, Sussex
- Caerhays Castle & Garden, Cornwall
- John Nash in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
- Llanerchaeron, nr Aberaeron, Wales
- Witley Court, Worcestershire
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