Edward Shepherd

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Edward Shepherd (died 1747) was a prominent London-based English architect and developer in the Georgian period.

Architectural work[edit]

Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, London.
De Grey Mausoleum, Flitton, Bedfordshire.

Shepherd worked on the following projects, among others:

Unfortunately, much of Shepherd's architectural work has been demolished, but perhaps his greatest legacy of the eponymous Shepherd Market, which is now a highly desirable location.

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