George Gilbert Scott (1811-1878)

Quintessential Victorian Gothic Revival architect responsible for the building and renovation of many churches and cathedrals. Among his most famous works are the Albert Memorial and St Pancras Station in London.

Further reading

Basil F. L. Clarke, Church Builders of the Nineteenth Century: A Study of the Gothic Revival in England (Newton Abbott: David & Charles, 1969), pp. 160-72.



Sites associated with this person
   as architect: St David's Cathedral, St Davids , Pembrokeshire
   as architect: Church of St Cybi, Holyhead , Anglesey
   as architect: Bangor Cathedral, Bangor , Gwynedd
   as architect: Church of St Deiniol, Hawarden , Flintshire
   as architect: Church of St Curig, Llangurig , Powys
   as architect: Brecon Cathedral, Brecon , Powys
   as architect: Church of St Bridget, Dyserth , Denbighshire
   as architect: Church of St Thomas, Bylchau , Conwy


Your search found 3 results.
  The Last Supper The Last Supper
designer: George Gilbert Scott
1873
Church of St Deiniol, Hawarden, Flintshire
east wall of the chancel
  Musical Angels Musical Angels
designer: George Gilbert Scott
about 1879-1880
Bangor Cathedral, Bangor, Gwynedd
choir
  Pulpit with the Commission to the Apostles and John the Baptist Preaching Pulpit with the Commission to the Apostles and John the Baptist Preaching
designer: George Gilbert Scott
about 1880
Bangor Cathedral, Bangor, Gwynedd
nave




Browse list of people in the database


View this record on the Stained Glass in Wales Catalogue
Arts & Humanities Research Council - project sponsorsNational Library of Wales - project partnerUniversity of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies - project partnerUniversity of Wales Trinity Saint David - project organiser

This database and its contents are copyright © 2008-2017 by University of Wales Trinity Saint David, unless otherwise noted. Copyright information

Database, software and website development by Technoleg Taliesin Cyf. © 2008-2017