George Basevi (1794-1845) was an architect in classical styles whose work also includes the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, the houses opposite St. Saviour's Church in Walton Street and Belgrave Square. He was the uncle of Benjamin Disraeli, Lord Beaconsfield and architect for Smith's Charities Estate. — information from St. Saviour's Church, Walton Place.
- The Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge (1837-45)
- Exterior, St. Saviour's Church, Walton Place, Kightbridge, London (1838-40)
- Remains of interior, St. Saviour's Church
- The old Conservative Club in St James's Street, Piccadilly, with Sydney Smirke (1843-1845)
- Tomb of Isabel Alexander Hankey (1835-37)
- The (old) Carlton Club with Sydney Smirke, at the initial stage (1854; no image on this site)
Last modified 24 April 2014