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John Linnell Bond (1764–1837)

Photo credit: RIBA Collections

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John Linnell Bond (1764–1837) was a shy and retiring man whose talents should have given him a more glittering career. An extremely talented draughtsman, he enjoyed exhibiting such compositions as ‘The Temple of Jupiter at Olympia, with the procession of the conquerors at the Games’. As an architect, little of his work survives apart from the imposing neo-classical Stamford Hotel, Stamford, Lincolnshire of around 1810.

The Royal Institute of British Architects


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    oil on canvas

  • Measurements

    77.5 x 64 cm

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  • Acquisition method

    acquired, before 1950


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The Royal Institute of British Architects

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