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Thomas Harrison Georgian Architect of Chester and Lancaster 1744-1829 by John Champness

T Harrison

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Thomas Harrison (1744-1829), an architect who was born in Yorkshire and trained in Rome, made his reputation at Lancaster and practised for much of his life at Chester. Arguably the greatest architect of his day in the North West of England, he left the region a legacy of fine Georgian architecture, especially public buildings and bridges. This book gives his work the recognition which it deserves and through it opens many windows onto the very different world of Late Georgian Society.

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