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It is long since you built a great cathedral; and how you would laugh at me if I proposed building a cathedral on the top of one of these hills of yours, to make it an Acropolis! But your railroad mounds, vaster than the walls of Babylon, your railroad stations, vaster than the temple of Ephesus, and innumerable; your chimneys, how much more mighty and costly than cathedral spires! your harbour-piers; your warehouses; your exchanges! — all these are built to your great Goddess of "Getting-on;" and she has formed, and will continue to form, your architecture, as long as you worship her; and it is quite vain to ask me to tell you how to build to her; you know far better than I. — John Ruskin, "Traffic"

General

  • Architectural Trades and Professions
  • Victorian Doubt and Victorian Architecture
  • The Architect and the Decorative Arts
  • Changing Patrons of Victorian Architecture
  • Architectural Historians and Theorists
  • Victorian Listed Buildings — What is "listing," and how did it start?
  • French Influence on Victorian Architecture
  • Non-British Architects
  • Individual cities

  • Belfast
  • Birmingham
  • Cambridge
  • Cardiff
  • Edinburgh
  • Glasgow
  • Leeds
  • Liverpool
  • London
  • Manchester
  • Newcastle
  • Oxford
  • Sheffield
  • Building Types

  • Churches with Victorian Interest
  • Clubs and Club-Land
  • Factories and Warehouses
  • Hospitals
  • Housing for Rich and Poor
  • Industrial Architecture
  • Legal London
  • Museums
  • Post Offices
  • Pubs
  • Railway StationsRetail Shops and Markets
  • Theaters
  • Town Halls
  • Workhouses
  • Fountains
  • Cemeteries
  • Byzantine Revival

  • Introduction and Sitemap
  • J.O. Scott's Santa Sophia
  • Sidney Barnsley's Church of Jesus Christ and the Wisdom of God
  • Gothic Revival

  • The Gothic Revival (sitemap)
  • Gilbert Scott's Albert Memorial
  • Gilbert Scott's St. Pancras Station
  • Augustus Welby Pugin's Gothic Revivalism
  • G. E. Street's lawcourts and St. Paul's, Rome
  • Techno-Gothick: Woodward and Deane's Oxford Natural History Museum
  • William Butterfield's Rogue Gothic
  • Alfted Waterhouse's Natural History Museum
  • St Albans Cathedral and Abbey Church: A Case History in Victorian Restoration
  • Medieval English Gothic Architecture — Backgrounds to the Gothic Revival
  • Victorian Classicism

  • Victorian Classicism(s): A Sampling
  • Royal Albert Hall
  • Architecture in the Colonies: the Imperial Style

  • India
  • Southern Africa
  • Singapore
  • Penang, Malaysia
  • Architecture at home and in the Colonies: the Moorish Style

  • Moorish, Northern Indian, and Islamic, Styles
  • In the U. K.: The Great Exhibition and Moorish Architecture and Design in Great Britain
  • In the Malay States: The Moghul Style (also known as Moorish or Indian Muslim style)

    Materials

  • Iron and Glass in Victorian Architecture
  • Combining Utilitarianism with Aesthetics
  • Turner and Burton's Hot House at Kew Gardens
  • The Crystal Palace and Iron in Architecture
  • Mixing iron and stone in the Victorian Railway Station
  • Architects and Architect-Designers

  • Richard Life Adams
  • James Agg
  • George Aickin
  • Thomas Allom
  • Thomas Ambler
  • George Audsley
  • Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott
  • William Bakewell
  • Sidney Barnsley
  • William J. Barre
  • Sir John Wolfe Barry
  • Sir Charles Barry
  • Charles Barry, Jnr.
  • E.M. Barry
  • George Basevi
  • E. Bates
  • William Hamilton Beattie
  • Samuel Beazley
  • John Francis Bentley
  • Sir Arthur Blomfield
  • Edward Blore
  • George Frederick Bodley
  • Albert J. Bolton
  • Cuthbert Brodrick
  • Jack McMullen Brooks
  • David Bryce
  • John McKean Brydon
  • William Burges
  • Decimus Burton
  • William Butterfield
  • Charles Buxton
  • S. C. Capes
  • W. D. Caroe
  • J. H. Chamberlain
  • Basil Champneys
  • R.D. Chantrell
  • Ewan Christian
  • T. Chatfield Clarke
  • Charles Robert Cockerell
  • Frederick Pepys Cockerell
  • Thomas Edward Collcutt
  • John Ninian Comper
  • John Corry
  • George Corson
  • G. L. Crickmay
  • William Henry Crossland
  • Lewis Cubitt
  • Thomas Cubitt
  • G. F. Danby
  • Henry Astley Darbishire
  • John Dobson
  • C. Fitzroy Doll
  • Harvey Lonsdale Elmes
  • Sir William Emerson
  • Benjamin Ferrey
  • H. L. Florence
  • William Nairn Forbes
  • Francis Fowke
  • Charles Fowler
  • William Frame
  • Emmanuel Galizia
  • Sir Ernest George
  • James Glen Sivewright Gibson
  • Edward William Godwin
  • George Goldie
  • Walter L. B. Granville
  • Herbert Gribble
  • William Warlow Gwyther
  • E. T. and E. S. Hall
  • Joseph Aloysius Hansom
  • Philip Hardwick
  • Philip Charles Hardwick
  • Thomas Hardwick, Senior
  • Thomas Hardwick, Junior
  • John Harper
  • William Haywood
  • A. B. Higham
  • P. Hoffman
  • H.R. Houchin
  • A. B. Hubbuck
  • A. J. Humbert
  • Henry Hutchinson
  • Henry Irwin
  • Lewis Isaacs
  • Thomas Graham Jackson
  • Henry Jarvis
  • J. J.Joass
  • John Johnson (d. 1878)
  • John Johnson (d. 1920)
  • John Johnstone
  • Architects (cont.)

  • Charles Jones
  • Sir Horace Jones
  • Delissa Joseph
  • Nathan Solomon Joseph
  • John Kelly
  • Ralph Knott
  • J.T. Knowles
  • Edward Buckton Lamb
  • Charles Lanyon
  • William Leiper
  • William Richard Lethaby
  • Henry Francis Lockwood
  • Charles W. Long
  • Sarah Losh
  • John Lowe
  • Sir Edwin Lutyens
  • Alexander Beith MacDonald
  • Charles Rennie Mackintosh
  • Arthur Heygote Mackmurdo
  • J. Herbert MacNair
  • William Mangnall
  • M.P. Manning
  • Frank Matcham
  • Alfred Meeson
  • C.H. Mileham
  • R. H. Moore
  • Edward William Mountford
  • John Nash
  • W. E. Nesfield
  • Ernest Newton
  • Anthony Norman
  • William and Segar Owen
  • Thomas Page
  • Charles Parker
  • C.J. Chirney Pawley
  • Joseph Paxton
  • J. L. Pearson
  • Sir James Pennethorne
  • Harold Ainsworth Peto
  • W. Beresford Pite
  • William Henry Playfair
  • W. H. Powell
  • John Prichard
  • James Pigott Pritchett
  • G. H. Fellowes Prynne
  • Augustus Welby Pugin
  • Edward Welby Pugin
  • A. E. Purdie
  • John Rennie
  • Thomas Rickman
  • Percy Robinson
  • P. J. Robinson
  • E. R. Robson
  • Richard Reynolds Rowe
  • W. Porden
  • Anthony Salvin
  • Edward Salomons
  • James Savage
  • William Scamp
  • Joseph John Scoles
  • Sir George Gilbert Scott
  • John Oldrid Scott
  • John Dando Sedding
  • John Pollard Seddon
  • Edwin Seward
  • John Shaw, Senior
  • John Shaw, Junior
  • Richard Norman Shaw
  • George Shirley
  • John W. Simpson
  • Frank Smee
  • Sir Robert Smirke
  • Sydney Smirke
  • James Trant Smith
  • T. Tayler Smith
  • Thomas Ralph Spence
  • J.J. Stevenson
  • George Edmund Street
  • Samuel Sanders Teulon
  • Yeoville Thomason
  • W. H. Thorp
  • Sir William Tite
  • Charles Harrison Townsend
  • J.E. Trollope
  • Thomas Verity
  • C. F. A. Voysey
  • Lewis Vulliamy
  • William Wilkinson Wardell
  • Alfred Waterhouse
  • Philip Speakman Webb
  • Sir Aston Webb
  • William Wilkins
  • J.T. Wimperis
  • W. White
  • Walter Seckham Witherington
  • Woodward and Deane (Techno-Gothick Oxford Museum)
  • Henry Woodyer
  • Thomas Worthington
  • Benjamin Dean Wyatt
  • Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt
  • T. H. Wyatt
  • Sir Jeffry Wyattville
  • Bibliographies and Web Resources

  • Victorian Architectural Books, and Professional and Trade Journals
  • Reviews of books about architecture
  • The Survey of London
  • Bibliography of Contemporary Victorian Sources
  • Bibliography of Secondary Materials
  • The Country House in Great Britain — A Bibliography
  • Indian and Moorish Style: Selected Bibliography
  • Related Web Materials

  • Victorian Web Homepage Visual Arts                             1title1

    Last modified 1 December 2014