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John Nash - Summary

Date of Birth: 1752

Date of Death: 1835

Period Active Earliest Date: 1767

Gender: male

Nationality: British

Occupation: Architect


John Nash was an architect  active in the late-18th and early-19th centuries. He spent his early career in Wales, where he designed many buildings. In 1797 he moved to London, where he went into partnership with Humphry Repton, the landscape architect. The two became known for their picturesque improvements.

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