Nicholas Hawksmoor

İngiliz mimar

Nicholas Hawksmoor (1661 - 25 Mart 1736), Sir Christopher Wren ve Sir John Vanbrugh ile yaptığı işbirliği, eleştirel dikkati, eserinin olağanüstü özgünlüğünden uzun süre önce başka yöne çeviren İngiliz Barok mimarı.[1] Christopher Wren ve John Vanbrugh ile Aziz Paul Katedrali üzerinde çalışan Hawksmoor, özellikle Greenwich Hastanesi, Blenheim Sarayı ve Howard Kalesi'ni tasarlamasıyla tanınır.[2]

Nicholas Hawksmoor
Doğum y. 1661
İngiltere Nottinghamshire, İngiltere
Ölüm 25 Mart 1736
İngiltere Millbank, Londra, İngiltere
Tanınma nedeni Easton Neston
Howard Kalesi
Christ Church, Spitalfields
St George's, Bloomsbury
St Mary Woolnoth
St George in the East
St Anne's Limehouse
St Alfege Church, Greenwich
All Souls College, Oxford
The Queen's College, Oxford
Westminster Abbey'nin kuleleri

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  1. ^ n.a., n.a. (2004). Oxford dictionary of national biography : in association with the British Academy : from the earliest times to the year 2000. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0198614111. 
  2. ^ n.a., n.a. (2006). Benezit Dictionary of Artists. Paris, Fransa: Editions Gründ. ISBN 978-2700030709. 
  3. ^ "Nicholas Hawksmoor". Oxford Reference. 9 Kasım 2021 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 2021-07-01. 

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