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R.D. Chantrell, architect

Christopher Webster

R.D. Chantrell, architect

his life and work in Leeds, 1818-1847

by Christopher Webster

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Published by Thoresby Society in Leeds .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chantrell, Robert Dennis, -- 1793-1872.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementby Christopher Webster.
    SeriesPublications of the Thoresby Society -- vol.2
    ContributionsThoresby Society.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv,154p. :
    Number of Pages154
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21109875M
    ISBN 100900741279
    OCLC/WorldCa28709134

    St Matthew’s church is now a community centre. It was built between and to a design by ell, architect of Leeds Parish Church, the spire was added in Prospect United Methodist Free Chapel Now Holbeck Mills Carpet Warehouse this . The Thoresby Society Library and Archives. : More Annals of Leeds – : £ The Memoranda Book of John Lucas, – : £ The Monuments of the Parish Church of St Peter-at-Leeds: : £ (for ) LXIV Leeds in the Seventeenth and Early.

      OS Grid Reference: SE In St Peter's parish church on Kirkgate in Leeds, west Yorkshire, there is a very tall and slender 10th century Anglo-Saxon wheel-headed cross, which stands on the Altar Flat. This very large city centre church is nowadays called Leeds Minster or 'The Minster and Parish Church of Saint Peter-at-Leeds'. The cross-shaft fragments were discovered. Cornucopia: essays on architecture, sculpture and decorative arts in honour of Terry Friedman () / editors: James Lomax, Evelyn Silber and Christopher Webster. series title Leeds art studies ; .

    R D Architecture R. R D Architecture CLAIM THIS BUSINESS. FERRY ST STE 1 EASTON, PA Get Directions () Business Info. Founded Location: Ferry St Ste 1, Easton, , PA.   The parish church of St Peter is unique because of its cathedral-type musical tradition – and what a place it is, rebuilt in for its famous vicar, W.F. Hook, to the designs of R.D. Chantrell. The exterior is massive, with a stately ( ft) tower.


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Get this from a library. R.D. Chantrell, architect: his life and work in Leeds, [Christopher Webster, (Architectural historian); Thoresby Society.]. Biography. Robert Dennis Chantrell (), born in Newington, London, became architect book of the most important church architects of Leeds — though he returned to the capital innot to open a London office, but to pass "a long semi-retirement as an eminent antiquary, scholar and something of an elder statesman of the profession" (Webster, Building a Great Victorian City, 99).

Get this from a library. R.D. Chantrell () and R.D. Chantrell architecture of a lost generation. [Christopher Webster, (Architectural historian); R D Chantrell]. Chantrell, architect: his life and work in Leeds, Publications of the Thoresby Society, 2nd Series vol.

2 (). Chantrell () and the architecture of a lost generation. Spire, Willis, Robert. Architectural History of some English Cathedrals: papers delivered Pugin’s advocacy of Gothic in his book. R+D ARCHITECTURE is the leading design-driven firm in the Lehigh Valley, serving Easton, Bethlehem, Allentown, and the surrounding Pennsylvania and New Jersey region.

Specialties include commercial, residential, sustainable design, and custom furniture and fittings. The Thoresby Society is the historical society for the City of Leeds in West Yorkshire, England, and the surrounding was founded in and named after the historian of Leeds, Ralph Thoresby ().

The Society's Library was moved in into. R.D. Chantrell () and the Architecture of a Lost Generation by Christopher Webster avg rating — 0 ratings — published William Etty's first known building was the Moot Hall, Leeds (, demolished in ).

Holy Trinity, Sunderland, followed in and Holy Trinity Church, Leeds, in –7 (the steeple is a later addition by R D Chantrell). He also worked at John Vanbrugh's Castle Howard from onwards and at Seaton Delaval Hall from In the census she was shown as visiting Architect Robert Dennis Chantrell at 7, Park Place, Camberwell, Surrey; Robert Chantrell and his wife were her guardians, her parents having died.

Robert had been born in in Newington Butts, Surrey and died on 4th Jan and as an architect he had designed a number of churches, but he was also. 60 See C. Webster, The Life and Work of R. ell, Architect, 1. thesis, University of York,pp.

The dispute which followed the rejection of Busby's design is fully documented in the following: M. Port, 'Francis Goodwin '~ Architectural History, I (), pp ; Monthly Magazine, IV ().

It has a small bell turret on the roof, and, to the credit of the architect (R. Chantrell, Esq.), all the details are from specimens of the period he has chosen for the building. The first stone was laid September 4,and the church was consecrated September 8, - Estate purchased by hon.

William Gordon. He began construction of the present HOuse but nineteen years later, when Rudding Park passed into the hand of Sir Joseph Radcliffee, the building was still unfinished.

Yorkshire architect, R.D. Chantrell was brought in to complete the work. In Gordon sold the unfinished property to Sir Joseph Radcliffe who commissioned the Leeds parish church architect R D Chantrell to complete it.

On the west side of the House stands the early C19 stable block (R D Chantrell, listed grade II), which has been linked.

The Philosophical Hall, Park Row, Leeds was built in to a neo-classical design by Leeds architect R. Chantrell. It contained a library, meeting rooms & a museum. The society & its museum became so popular it required enlargement. Dobson & Chorley carried out the changes which doubled the size of it.

The Philosophical Hall, built in to a neo-classical design by Leeds architect R. Chantrell, appears in the left-foreground of Atkinson Grimshaw’s wonderfully moody, and appropriately spooky, evocation of late-Victorian Park Row (above). R+D ARCHITECTURE, Easton, PA. K likes. R+D ARCHITECTURE focuses on artfully crafting buildings and spaces that respond to the needs and resources of 5/5(7).

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In this book a total of 36 architects who practised in Leeds are chronicled. Some, for instance Cuthbert Brodrick, R.D. Chantrell and George Corson, are reasonably well known but others such as C.W. Burleigh, William Hill and W.H.

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The ten fragments making up the shaft (Leeds (St Peter) 1a–k) and the head attached to it Leeds (St Peter) 6) were originally taken by the architect, R. Chantrell, who in set them up in his garden in Leeds, then took them with him when he moved to Newington Butts, London and again on a subsequent move to Rottingdean, near Brighton.

In (the year Queen Victoria was crowned), the medieval church was demolished, and architect Robert Dennis Chantrell discovered the shattered remnants of an uncertain number of Anglo-Saxon sculptures. Carved between the years to in local stone, we have no idea what their purpose was, worship, grave marking, architectural, or decorative.R.

D. Chantrell, Architect: his life and work in Leeds, Christopher Webster. 2 nd ser. 2. Thorp Arch Hall, 'dabling a little in Mortar'. Committee of, Leeds. Extracts from Minute Book, commencing XXII, Chartae Leodienses: Chartae Leodienses; with Notes on the Reame Family and the Leeds Chantries of the B.V.6 | The UK Research and Development Tax Credit Scheme – A guide for architects So why is the architectural sector lagging behind?

It could be the result of mistaken perception. There is a commonly held belief among both architects and practice accountants that the R&D tax credit scheme applies only to File Size: 3MB.