Joseph Gwilt (1784 - 1863)
RA Collection: People and Organisations
Architect, surveyor, writer on architecture, in London. Studied with his father and in Royal Academy Schools (1801). Son of architect George Gwilt the elder (1746-1909); brother of architect George Gwilt the younger (1775-1856); father of antiquary Charles Perkins Gwilt (1809-35) and architect John Sebastian Gwilt (1811-90).
An encyclopædia of architecture historical, theoretical, & practical. By Joseph Gwilt, F.S.A., F.R.A.S. Illustrated with more than eleven hundred engravings on wood by R. Branston from drawings by John Sebastian Gwilt. A new edition, revised, with alterations and considerable additions, by Wyatt Papworth, Fellow ofthe Royal Institute of British Architects. Additionally illustrated with nearly four hundred engravings on wood by O. Jewitt; and more than one hundred other woodcuts. - London: 1867
The Architecture Of Marcus Vitruvius Pollio, In Ten Books. Translated From The Latin By Joseph Gwilt, Fellow Of The Society Of Antiquaries Of London. - London:: 
Sir William Chambers RA
A treatise on the decorative part of civil architecture by Sir William Chambers, K.P.S., F.R.S., F.S.A., F.S.S.S. With illustrations, notes, and an examination of Grecian architecture, by Joseph Gwilt, Architect, F.S.A. Revised and edited by W. H. Leeds. - London: 1862