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James Wyatt

James Wyatt was an architect who became famous in the late-18th century. He was a rival of Robert Adam in neo-classical style, although Wyatt excelled in his neo-Gothic style. One of his most famous commissions is the Pantheon on Oxford Street, London, which was built in 1772.

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