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Ancient Lights Dispute Featured House Wren Print

Ancient Lights Dispute

Screens blacking out some of the office windows of Adelaide House, next to The Anglican church of St Magnus-the-Martyr, during a legal dispute over ancient lights, 14th May 1929. The original building on Lower Thames Street in the the City of London, was destroyed in the the Great Fire of London in 1666, and was rebuilt to a design by Sir Christopher Wren over the subsequent decade. (Photo by MacGregor/Topical Press Agency/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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Sir Christopher Wren, (mid 18th century). Creator: B Cole Featured House Wren Print

Sir Christopher Wren, (mid 18th century). Creator: B Cole

Sir Christopher Wren, (mid 18th century). Portrait of Sir Christopher Wren, English architect, designer, astronomer and geometrician (1632-1723). Wren is best remembered for his rebuilding of St Paul's Cathedral, destroyed in the Great Fire of London (1666). He is shown holding drawing instruments and plans of the building, with in image of it below. Among his other works are the Custom House, Temple Bar, Chelsea Hospital, Greenwich Hospital, Royal Observatory Greenwich and the Ashmolean Museum at Oxford

The Hand of Wren in the Fabric of Westminster Abbey, c1935. Creator: Donald McLeish Featured House Wren Print

The Hand of Wren in the Fabric of Westminster Abbey, c1935. Creator: Donald McLeish

The Hand of Wren in the Fabric of Westminster Abbey, c1935. The facade of Westminster Abbey in London. In 1698 Christopher Wren was appointed Surveyor General & Sub Commissioner for Repairs to the Abbey. He installed leaded light windows and deep vaults. The two western towers, designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor, were built between 1722 and 1745. In the foreground is the Westminster Scholars War Memorial, also known as the Crimea and Indian Mutiny Memorial, designed by George Gilbert Scott. From "Wonderful London, Volume 1", edited by Arthur St John Adcock. [The Fleetway House, London, c1935]

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