Salvin, Anthony, 1799-1881

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Anthony Salvin was a 19th century British architect. He came from a Durham family, and went to London, where he became a pupil of John Nash. He then started his own practice, which lasted for some 60 years, where he became an expert in medieval fortifications, building and altering over 73 country houses. He did much restoration work on Windsor Castle and the Jewel House at The Tower of London. He was elected a fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1836, became vice-president in 1839, and in 1863 the Institute conferred its gold medal on him.

From the description of Anthony Salvin Papers [manuscript]. 1828-[ca. 1862]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 225564557

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referencedIn Howard of Naworth Papers, 12th-20th centuries but predominantly 18th-20th centuries Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
creatorOf Salvin, Anthony, 1799-1881. Anthony Salvin Papers [manuscript]. Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library
referencedIn Durham Cathedral Muniments, 11th-20th century Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
referencedIn Salvin Papers, 1577-1896 (predominantly 18th - 19th century) Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
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Birth 1799-10-17

Death 1881-12-17

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