Cockerell, Samuel Pepys
He was responsible for laying out the Bloomsbury Estate for the Governors of the Foundling Hospital, London (from 1790), and developed a large and prosperous practice. His pupils included his son, C. R. Cockerell, Latrobe, Porden, and Tatham. His architecture was eclectic and varied from work of an advanced French Neo-Classical type to the exotic. Tickencote Church, Rut. (1792), incorporating a C12 chancel, is in a harsh Romanesque style, while his Sezincote House, Glos. (c.1805), is a country-house with exotic Hindoo details, the first example of that style in England.
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (2004);
Summerson (ed.) (1993);
Jane Turner (1996)
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