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This is the first biography of John Francis Bentley (), best known as architect of Westminster Cathedral, since his daughter Winefride de l’Hôpital’s Westminster Cathedral and its Architect ().
Bentley was born in Doncaster, Yorkshire, and went to London to work in the office of Henry Clutton, a distinguished High Victorian architect who became a Roman Catholic in John Francis Bentley, (Masters of architecture) [William Walter Scott-Moncrieff] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This is the first biography of John Francis Bentley (), best known as architect of Westminster Cathedral, since his daughter Winefride de l'Hôpital's Westminster Cathedral and its Architect ().
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John Francis Bentley. English architect, b. at Doncaster, Yorkshire, in ; d. in London, February, From early days he exhibited a strong inclination towards the. Westminster Cathedral, London, c Red brick building in Byzantine style by John Francis Bentley.
Work began in and it opened in Westminster Cathedral is the largest Catholic church in England and Wales and the seat of the Archbishop of Westminster. Postcard. [Valentine's Series].
In preparation for designing the cathedral, by far his most important commission, John Francis Bentley spent several months in Italy. The result was a neo-Byzantine rather than Gothic Revival structure. St Mark's in Venice, San Vitale in Ravenna and St Sophia in Constantinople were among the sources of inspiration for the design.
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Scott-Moncrieff. John Francis Bentley ( - ) John Francis "Jack" Bentley. Born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors.
Son. of William Henry Bentley and Ellen Winifred Malone. Born John Francis Bentley, he enjoyed sketching and architecture as a boy, but his father disapproved and found him a job as an apprentice with a firm of engineers in Manchester.
Inhowever, he moved to London and began a five-year indenture with a firm of al ID: View Source. Includes the Catholic Encyclopedia, Church Fathers, Summa, Bible and more — all for only $ English architect, b.
at Doncaster, Yorkshire, in ; d. in London, February, From early days he exhibited a strong inclination towards the profession in which he was to make so great a mark. John Francis Bentley, the architect of Westminster Cathedral, was born in in Doncaster and died on 2 March John Francis Bentley In June the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) held an Architectural Congress, and its first visit was to the incomplete Westminster Cathedral.
John Francis Bentley, a from the frontispiece of de l'Hôpital, Vol. John Bentley was the son of a Doncaster wine-merchant.
Despite his father's opposition, he was drawn to a career in architecture, and eventually entered the offices of Henry Clutton, a well-established Roman Catholic architect with a varied domestic and ecclesiastical practice. John Francis has books on Goodreads with ratings.
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He was also responsible for the baptistery, font, and monstrance at St. Francis, Notting Hill; the reredos and altar at St. Charles, Ogle Street, Marylebone, sedilia and Sacred Heart chapel in the church of the Jesuit Fathers at Farm Street; and the decoration at Carlton Towers.
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We're here to help - click here.The church was built to designs by William Wardell. In the Lady Chapel was added against the north aisle by John Francis Bentley, he also added the large aisled North transept in His son Osmund Bentley added the chapel of St Gerald Majella in An outer south aisle was added in by Bernard Cox.John Francis Bentley (30 January – 2 March ) was an English ecclesiastical architect whose most famous work is the Westminster Cathedral in London, England, built in a style heavily influenced by Byzantine architecture.