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John Nash (1752 - 1835)

RA Collection: People and Organisations

John Nash (1752–1835) was one of the foremost British architects of the Georgian and Regency eras, during which he was responsible for the design, in the neoclassical and picturesque styles, of many important areas of London. His designs were financed by the Prince Regent and by the era’s most successful property developer, James Burton. Nash also collaborated extensively with Burton’s son, Decimus Burton.

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Born: 18 January 1752 in Lambeth

Died: 13 May 1835

Gender: Male

Works by John Nash in the RA Collection

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Associated books

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Associated archives

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