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LIST OF NOTED CRAFTSMEN, ARCHITECTS AND

\DAM, JAMES. Architect, d. 1794. See Ropf.rt Adam.

ADAfl, ROBERT, Architect, b. 17 28, d. 1792. Travelled in France 1754, Italy 1755, visited Rome in 1756. Explored ruins of Diocletian's Palace in 1757. Published the " Ruins of the Palace of the Emperor Diocletian at Spalatro in Dahnatia," 71 engravings by Bartolozzi, folio, 1764, £3 10s. Architect to the Km. 1762. Member for borough of Kinross 1768. 1'ublished the " IJ'iWcs Architecture of Robert and James Adam, Esquires," 125 plates, 3 vols, folio, vols. i. and ii. 1773-1778, vol. Hi. (posthumous) 1812. Died ai 13 Albt mark Street and buried in South Tmnscpt 1 f Westminster Abbey.

AEDRICH. HENRY, D.I)., Architect, 1647-1710.

Published " Elements of Civil Architecture," 1789.

BELL of Lynn, Architect, 1653 1717.

BRETTINGHAM, M., Architect. Published ''Hoik-ham Hall," 1st edition 17611.

BRl'NETTI, G. Published " Ornaments," 1st edition 1731, edition 1736.

CAMPBELL, C„ rf. 1734. Published " U;7n(fn/s Kritannicvs," vol. i. 1715, to/. ;Y. 1717, ?'o/. nV.

CARTER. J. Published " Ancient Architecture in England," 1795.

CHAMBERS, E. Published " I mnslation of Lc Clerc's Treatise on Architecture," 1724.

( HAMBERS, Sir \Ym. Architect. Born at Stockholm, 1726. His knighthood was a Swedish decoration.) Died 17Q6. Published " Designs for Chinese Buildings," 1759; ".J Treatise on Civil Architecture," 1765; " Plans, Elevations. Sections and Perspective ] 7t it's of the Gardens and Buildings at Kew," 17(13; " Dissertation on Oriental Gardening" 1772.

CHIPPENDALE, THOMAS (I.). Appears to have been a joiner and picture-frame maker of Worcester, n ho migrated to London, 1720-7. IJttle or nothing is definitely known concerning him.

CHIPPENDALE, THOMAS (II.). Date of birth unknown. Commenced business about 1735. Removed to 60 St. Martin's Lane, 1753. Member of Society of Arts, 1760. Published " Gentleman mid Cabinet-makers' Director," 1st edition 1754. 2nd edition 1759. 3rd edition 1762. Died 1779.

CHIPPENDALE, THOMAS (III.). Continued business of his father tinder name of " Haig and Chippendale " or " Chippendale and Haig." Became bankrupt in 1S05. Published " Ornaments," 1779.

CIPRIANI. GIOVANNI BATT1STA. Artist and Decorator, b. about 1727, d. 1785. Published " Ornaments," 1786.

COLUMBANI, PLAC 11)0. Artist and Designer. Published " Ornaments." 1775 ; " Capitals, cW.," 1776.

COPELAND, H„ Designer. Published " New Book of Ornaments," 1746. See Lock & Copeland.

CRUNDEN, J., Designer. Published " Ornamental^ Architecture," 1770 ; " Cabinet-makers' Darling," i7r>5-

DARLY, M., Caricaturist and Designer. Published " Chinese Designs " (Edwards and Darly). 1754; " 60 T Vises," 17(17 ; " Ornamental Architecture," 1770. Engraved many of the plates in Chippendale's " Director."

DANCE the Elder, Architect, 1698-1768.

DANCE the Younger, Architect, 1741-1825.

EDWARDS & DARLY. Published " Chinese Designs." 1754. See Matthias Darly.

FISCHER, J. B., Architect. Published " Plan of Civil and Historical Architecture," 1730.

FL1TCR0FT, —, Architect, 1697-1769.

GIBBS, JAMES. Architect, b. 1674, d. 1754. Published " Rules for Drawing the Five Orders," 1732 ; " Shields and Tablets," 1731 ; " Architecture," 1 st edition 172S, 2nd edition 1739 ; " Raddiffe Library at Oxford," 1747.

G1LL0WS of London and Lancaster, Cabinetmakers, 1605 to present day.

GWYNNE, J. Published " Essay on Harmony in Building," 1734.

HALFPENNY, W., Architect and Designer. Published " Practical Architecture," 1st edition 1724, 2nd edition 1736 ; " Art of Sound Building," 1725 ; " Magnum in Pnrvo, or the Marrow of Architecture." 1728 ; " Complete System of Architecture," 1749 ; " New Designs for Chinese Temples," 1750 ; " Useful Architecture," 1755.

HALFPENNY, W. & J. Published " Modern Builder's Assistant," 1757.

HAWKSMOOR, NICHOLAS, Architect, 1661-1736. Published " Account of London Bridge," 1736.

" HEPPLEWH1TE, A.. & Co." Published "Cabinetmakers' and Upholsterers' Guide," 1st edition 178S, 2nd edition 1789, 3rd edition 1794.

HEPPLEWHITE, GEORGE, Cabinet-maker. I'erv little is known concerning him. Had a workshop in Redcross Street, E.C. Died 1785-6. Business continued by his widow, Alice, as " .1. Hepple-whitc & Co."

HOPPUS, E. Published " Palladio's Architecture." 1735 ; " Gentlemen's and Builder's Repository," J737-

1NCE & MAY HEW, Cabinet-makers. Published "A System of Household Furniture." about 1763.

JAMES, JOHN, Architect, d. 1746.

JOHNSON, THOMAS, Cabinet-maker. Published " Designs for Picture Frames," 1758 ; " Xew Designs," 1761.

JONES, W. Published " Gentleman and Builder's Companion," 1739.

  1. C. " Art's Masterpiece, or a Companion for the ingenious of either sex," 1697 (Japanning).
  2. WILLIAM, Architect, 1684-174S. Published " Designs of Inigo Jones," 1727.
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