Keeling, Enoch Bassett

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Keeling, Enoch Bassett (1837–86). English High Victorian Rogue Gothic Revival architect. He built several churches in London with violent polychrome brick interiors, but none survives intact. His most extraordinary creation was the eclectic, debauched, eccentric, ugly, and outrageous Strand Music Hall, London (1864—demolished).

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AH, xvi (1973), 60–9;
xlii (1999), 307–15