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Paul Waterhouse (1861–1924) was the eldest son of the eminent architect Alfred Waterhouse. He joined his father's practice and became a partner in 1891. During this time he worked on Girton College, Cambridge (1887), the Refuge Assurance Building, Manchester (1893), and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (1896) and University College Hospital (1897), both in London. In 1905 he took over the practice but continued to work within his father's tradition of large business and public buildings.
RIBA Library Drawings and Archives Collections
oil on canvas
79 x 64 cm
commissioned by the RIBA, c.1923