Carpenter, Richard Cromwell (DNB00)
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Carpenter, Richard Cromwell
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CARPENTER, RICHARD CROMWELL (1812–1855), architect, was born 21 Oct. 1812, educated at Charterhouse, and articled to Mr. Blyth. He first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1830, sending a ‘Design for a Cathedral Transept,’ and between that year and 1849 exhibited nine works. Among his earliest buildings were the churches of St. Stephen and St. Andrew at Birmingham; among his later St. Paul, Brighton, and St. Mary Magdalen, Munster Square, London. He also executed restorations at Chichester Cathedral, Sherborne Abbey, and designed St. John's College, Hurstpierpoint, Sussex. He died in Upper Bedford Place, Russell Square, 27 March 1855.
[Redgrave's Dict. of Artists, 1878; Graves's Dict. of Artists.]