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Charles Barry Junior (1823–1900), PRIBA

Photo credit: RIBA Collections

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Charles Barry (1823–1900) always lived in the shadow of his father Sir Charles Barry and never designed anything other than sound if uninspiring work. With his partner R. R. Banks, he was responsible for Dulwich College (1866) and the Piccadilly frontage of Burlington House (1869). He was President of the Royal Institute of British Architects 1876–1878.

The Royal Institute of British Architects

London


Date

1880

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 89 x W 69 cm

Accession number

PCF19

Acquisition method

commissioned by the RIBA, 1880

Work type

Painting


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The Royal Institute of British Architects

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