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George Gilbert Scott bicentenary

No. 37 July 2011

This issue we celebrate the bicentenary of the birth of Sir George Gilbert Scott (1811-78), the most successful architect of his day and the most prominent architect of the nineteenth century in Britain.

Sir George Gilbert Scott Gavin Stamp welcomes the renewed interest in Scott

A conservative cathedral restorer Claudia Marx assesses Scott's aims and reputation

George Gilbert Scott and the University of Bombay Richard Butler discusses an Indian episode in Scott's work

The Midland Grand lives again The restoration and reopening of Scott's hotel at St Pancras

House Notes: Scott's use of stone indenting by Moses Jenkins

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