Sir Edward Lovett Pearce was an architect active, particularly in Dublin, Ireland, in the early-18th century, from around 1725 until his death in 1733.
Lovett was born around 1699 the son of General Edward Pearce and his wife Frances Lovett. He is noted for his Palladian style and for his associations with John Vanbrugh, his second cousin.
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