Isaac Ware was an architect in the Palladian circle of Lord Burlington and has been described by Howard Colvin as "having thoroughly assimilated Palladian theory". Ware was apprenticed to Thomas Ripley and followed him in positions in the Office of Works.
Ware built a small number of country houses including Clifton Hill House, Bristol and Wrotham Park, Sussex.
Colvin, Howard A Biographical Dictionay of British Architects 1600-1840, 3rd ed. (Yale: Yale University Press, 1995)