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  1. Sir George Gilbert Scott was the leading architect of the Gothic Revival style during the Victorian period. Scott began his formal training with the architect James Edmeston. In the early 1840s, he began to take a serious interest in the medieval Gothic style of architecture.

  2. Sir George Gilbert Scott (1811-1878) was an English Gothic revival architect, chiefly associated with churches and cathedrals, although he started his career as a leading designer of workhouses. He was one of the most prolific architects that Great Britain has produced, with over 800 buildings being designed or altered by him.

  3. 07/07/2011 · By happy coincidence, next week also marks the bicentenary of the birth of the creator of St Pancras, Sir George Gilbert Scott. He was the most prolific architect of his age, and possibly of all...

  4. 13/08/2022 · One of the principal protagonists in the following debate was Sir George Gilbert Scott (1811-78), the most successful Victorian architect with a massive practice of church restorations.

  5. George Gilbert Scott ( Gawcott, Buckinghamshire, 13 de julho de 1811 – Londres, 27 de março de 1878) conhecido como Sir Gilbert Scott, foi um prolífico arquiteto revival gótico inglês, principalmente associado a projetos, construção e reforma de igrejas e catedrais. Mais de 800 edifícios foram projetados ou alterados por ele.

  6. George Gilbert Scott: A Pioneer of Constructional Polychromy ? by AIDAN WHELAN The dominant historical account of constructional polychromy in Britain describes its emergence in the fifteenth century as a by-product of the introduction of brick-making under Flemish influence. Blue bricks, over-fired or possibly deliberately vitrified, were

  7. 07/09/2020 · The interior of G.G. Scott Junior’s lost church of St Agnes, Kennington Park (Historic England) George Gilbert Scott Junior (1839-1897) is not an overlooked architect. At any rate, he shouldn’t be. He was recognised in his time as a hugely talented designer, yet never received his posthumous due for a number of reasons.