Thomas Mapilton

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Thomas Mapilton (fl. 1408 - died 1438) was an English gothic architect responsible for old St Stephen Walbrook (London), the cloisters of Durham Cathedral and the south western tower of Canterbury Cathedral.[1] According to Harvey (1978) he may also have visited Florence Cathedral in 1420 as a consultant.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Thomas Mapilton - Answers.com
  2. ^ Harvey, John (1978). The Perpendicular Style. Batsford.