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  1. Charles Robert Cockerell (Londres, 27 de abril de 1788 - ibíd. 17 de septiembre de 1863) fue un arquitecto, arqueólogo y escritor británico. Participó en la realización de numerosas obras y excavaciones, así como en la publicación de importantes tratados de arquitectura.

  2. 24/06/2021 · Charles Robert Cockerell. Thu, 24 Jun 2021 | Royal Academy. 1788-1863. Second son of S.P. Cockerell, born in London, educated at Westminster School and, when sixteen, began training as an architect in his father's office. In 1809 he went to Robert Smirke and, in 1810, set off on a Grand Tour lasting until 1817.

  3. Charles Robert Cockerell. (1788-1863), Architect. Sitter in 1 portrait. The architect Charles Robert Cockerell was born in London and trained in the architectural practice of his father, Samuel Pepys Cockerell. He assisted Robert Smirke in the rebuilding of Covent Garden Theatre, before embarking on a tour of Europe.

  4. 16/02/2010 · Charles Robert Cockerell, Edinburgh, Building, Photos, England, Scotland. CR Cockerell Architect : Architecture. 19th Century British Architect – Key UK Buildings information and photos. post updated 7 July 2021. CR Cockerell – Key Projects. Featured Buildings

  5. Museo de reproducciones artísticas clásicas de Charles Robert Cockerell. Elija entre ellos 12 Obras de arte Por el famoso artista.

  6. Delivered by Charles Robert Cockerell (1843), Edwin Nash (1847), Thomas Leverton Donaldson (1853), and John Louis Petit (1858) respectively, these lectures constitute some of the earliest attempts in England to explore both well-known monuments such as Hagia Sophia, as well as lesser-known churches in Greece, Turkey and elsewhere.

  7. Charles Robert Cockerell. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Cockerell . Charles Robert Cockerell, né le 27 avril 1788 à Londres, mort en 1863, est un architecte britannique . Fils d'un riche architecte, il entra très tôt en apprentissage chez son père puis chez Robert Smirke.