John Henry Le Keux (1812 - 1896)
RA Collection: People and Organisations
Draughtsman, illustrator, engraver and print-maker, in Britain. Son of engraver John Le Keux (1783-1846).
Illustrations Of Windsor Castle, By The Late Sir Jeffry Wyatville, R.A. Volume I. (II.) Edited By Henry Ashton, Architect. - London:: 
Divers Works Of Early Masters In Christian Decoration: With An Introduction Containing The Biography, Journal Of Travel, Contemporaneous Association In Art, And A Critical Account Of The Works Of Albert Durer; Notices Of His Master Wohlgemuth And His Friend Pirckheymer; Adam Krafft, And His Sacrament-House At Nuremburg. With Examples Of Ancient Painted and Stained Glass, From York, West Wickham, Kent, And St. George's Chapel, Windsor; The Ancient Church And Sacrament-House At Limbourg; The Works Of Dirk And Wouter Crabeth, &c.: Also A Succint Account, With Illustrations, Of Painted And Stained Glass At Gouda, In Holland, And The Church Of St. Jacques At Liége. - In Two Volumes. Vol. I. (II.) - Edited By John Weale. - London:: 
Studies And Examples Of The Modern School Of English Architecture. - The Travellers' Club House, By Charles Barry, Architect: Illustrated By Drawings Made By Mr. Hewitt, And Engraved By Mr. J.H. Le Keux. Accompanied By An Essay On The Present State Of Architectural Study And The Revival Of The Italian Style, By W.H. Leeds, Editor Of The Illustrations Of The Public Buildings Of London, &c. &c. - London:: 
Richard Hamilton Essex
Illustrations of the architectural ornaments and embellishments, and painted glass, of the Temple Church, London. From drawings specially made, by permission, by W. R. H. Essex. With an account of the recent restoration of the church, by Sydney Smirke, Architect, F.S.A. F.G.S. etc. etc. etc. - London: 1845