Rawstorne, John, 1761?-1832, Rawstorne, architect, Birmingham , approximately 1800
- Rawstorne, architect, Birmingham : estates surveyed, pleasure grounds laid out &c. / W. Platt of London fecit. ; Rawstorne deln.
- Birmingham? : John Rawstorne, approximately 1800.
- Physical Description:
- 1 trade card : engraving ; sheet 89 x 113 mm
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- Engraved trade card for John Rawstorne.
John Rawstorne (1761-1832) was a pupil of James Wyatt. He was active in Birmingham from about 1787 to 1797. Soon thereafter, he moved to Doncaster, and subsequently to York. See: Colvin, H. A biographical dictionary of British architects, 1600-1840 (2008).
The engraver is probably William Platt (1775-1811), of the prominent Platt family of architects.
- Subject Terms:
- Architects -- Great Britain.Landscape architects -- Great Britain.Landscape architecture -- Great Britain.Rawstorne, John, 1761-1832.Surveying -- Great Britain.Surveyors -- Great Britain.
- Engravings -- 1800.
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