Pugin, Augustus Welby (18121852)

Pugin, Augustus Welby, architect, born in London, of French parentage; made a special study of Gothic architecture; assisted in decorating the new Houses of Parliament, but becoming a Roman Catholic he gave himself to designing a good number of Roman Catholic churches, including cathedrals; he wrote several works on architecture, and was the chief promoter of the “Mediæval Court” in the Crystal Palace; he was afflicted in the prime of life with insanity, and died at Ramsgate (18121852).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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