Jeffry Wyattville - Gallery of Architectural Work

Gallery of Architectural Work

  • Stables, Longleat, Wiltshire (1806-13)

  • The Orangery, Longleat, Wiltshire (1806-13)

  • Orangery, Belton House, Lincolnshire (c.1810)

  • Completion of Ashridge House, Hertfordshire, after the architect, his uncle James Wyatt died, (c.1814-17)

  • Ashridge House, Hertfordshire, wing on right by Wyatville,

  • South front, Phillips House, Dinton, Wiltshire (1814-17)

  • From the south-east, Phillips House, Dinton, Wiltshire (1814-17)

  • Great Hall, Phillips House, Dinton, Wiltshire (1814-17)

  • Bretton Hall, Yorkshire remodelled (c.1815)

  • Camellia House, Bretton Hall, Yorkshire (c.1815)

  • Claverton Manor, Near Bath, Somerset (1820)

  • North wing (on left), Chatsworth House, Derbyshire (1820-41)

  • Entrance Arch, Chatsworth House, Derbyshire (1820-41)

  • Great Dining Room, Chatsworth House, Derbyshire (1820-41)

  • Round Tower, Windsor Castle, Berkshire, doubled in height by Wyattville, (1824-1840)

  • South facade including King George IV gateway, Windsor Castle, Berkshire, as rebuilt by Wyattville (1824-1840)

  • East facade, Windsor Castle, Berkshire, as rebuilt by Wyattville (1824-1840)

  • Upper Ward, Windsor Castle, Berkshire, as rebuilt by Wyattville (1824-1840)

  • State Reception Room, Windsor Castle, as rebuilt by Wyattville (1824-1840)

  • Waterloo Chamber, Windsor Castle, created by Wyattville (1824-1840)

  • St. George's Hall, Windsor Castle, created by Wyattville (1824-1840) (damaged in 1992 fire and partially redesigned)

  • Dining Room, Windsor Castle, created by Wyattville (1824-1840)

  • Grand Staircase, Windsor Castle, created by Wyattville (1824-1840) later rebuilt by Anthony Salvin

  • Golden Grove, (Gelli Aur) (1826-31)

  • Ruins at Virginia Water, 'Temple of Augustus' (1826)

  • Statue Base, for the George III statue, Snow Hill, Windsor Great Park (1829)

  • Bridgewater Monument, Ashridge, Hertfordshire (1831-2)

  • King William IV Temple, Kew Gardens, London (1837)

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