THOMSON, JAMES #
- Born: 1800 Died: 1883
Architect, of London, for whom see Directory of British Architects 1834-1914 (RIBA 2001), II, 801. James Thomson, who was a pupil of JOHN BUONAROTTI PAPWORTH between 1814 and 1821 and was subsequently Papworth's assistant, was the author of Retreats: a series of designs, consisting of plans and elevations for cottages, villas, and ornamental buildings (London, 1827; 2nd edition, 1833). J.A.K. Dean has pointed out that his design for a 'Rustic lodge' (Plate XLI) was carried out at The Deeps, Crossabeg, Co. Wicklow. The lodge is still standing but badly dilapidated.
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|Building:||CO. WEXFORD, THE DEEPS|
|Nature:||Rustic gate lodge built after Plate XLI of JT's |Retreats|(1827)|
|Refs:||Information from J.A.K. Dean|