James Fowler (architect)

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James Fowler
James Fowler memorial - geograph.org.uk - 860338.jpg
James Fowler memorial, Louth Church
Born 11 December 1828
Lichfield
Died 10 October 1892
Louth
Nationality English
Occupation Architect

James Fowler JP, FRIBA, (11 December 1828, Lichfield – 10 October 1892, Louth) known as 'Fowler of Louth',[1] was an English ecclesiastical architect of the Victorian Age chiefly associated with the restoration and renovation of churches.

Fowler was born in Lichfield. He was a pupil of Lichfield architect Joseph Potter, and trained at Manchester.[2] His chief centre of interest was the restoration of Lincolnshire churches, and occasionally schools, although his work can be seen within other eastern counties of England. He was the Diocesan Surveyor for Lincolnshire between 1871 and 1886, and was for five times the mayor of Louth.[3]

Works[edit]

Domestic Buildings[edit]

Schools[edit]

  • Caistor – Caistor Primary School and School House (1859–60)[20]
  • East Ravendale – School[21]
  • Louth – parts of Edward VI Grammar School (1866)[12]
  • Market Rasen – Grammar School [De Aston School] (1862)[22]

Public Buildings[edit]

Churches[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kaye, David; Scorer, Sam; Fowler of Louth: The Life and Works of James Fowler, Louth Architect, 1828–1892; Louth Naturalists' Antiquarian and Literary Society (1992); ISBN 0-9520117-0-0
  2. ^ Colvin, H; A Biographical Dictionary of English Architects, 1600–1840; Yale University Press, revised 3rd edition (1995), ISBN 978-0-300-07207-5
  3. ^ Architects and Artists F-G, sussexparishchurches.org. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  4. ^ "The Old Rectory", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  5. ^ "Dalby Hall", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  6. ^ "Allenby Almshouses", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  7. ^ "The Old Vicarage", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  8. ^ "The Old Rectory", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  9. ^ "Stable Block Approximately 10 Metres North East of the Old Rectory", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  10. ^ "The Old Rectory", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  11. ^ Pevsner, Nikolaus; Harris, John; The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire p. 293; Penguin, (1964); revised by Nicholas Antram in 1989, Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-09620-8
  12. ^ a b Pevsner, Nikolaus; Harris, John; The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire pp. 305, 306; Penguin, (1964); revised by Nicholas Antram in 1989, Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-09620-8
  13. ^ "De Aston School, Headmaster's House", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  14. ^ "The Old Rectory", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  15. ^ "The Old Vicarage and Coach House/stable Adjoining to Right", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  16. ^ "The Old Rectory", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  17. ^ "The Old Vicarage", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  18. ^ "The Rectory", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  19. ^ a b Pevsner, Nikolaus; Harris, John; The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire p. 432; Penguin, (1964); revised by Nicholas Antram in 1989, Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-09620-8
  20. ^ "Caistor Primary School and School House", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  21. ^ Pevsner, Nikolaus; Harris, John; The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire p. 230; Penguin, (1964); revised by Nicholas Antram in 1989, Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-09620-8
  22. ^ Pevsner, Nikolaus; Harris, John; The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire p. 313; Penguin, (1964); revised by Nicholas Antram in 1989, Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-09620-8
  23. ^ "Town Hall", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  24. ^ "Church of St Andrew", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 13 December 2011
  25. ^ "Church of All Saints", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  26. ^ "Church of St Julian", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  27. ^ Pevsner, Nikolaus; The Buildings of England. Yorkshire: York and the East Riding p. 169; Penguin (1972); reprinted 1975, Pevsner Architectural Guides. ISBN 0-14-071043-4
  28. ^ "Church of Sts Mary and Gabriel", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  29. ^ "Church of St Alkmund", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  30. ^ "Church of St John the Baptist", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  31. ^ "Church of St Matthew", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  32. ^ "Church of St Cuthbert", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  33. ^ "Church of St John the Baptist", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 9 January 2015
  34. ^ "Church of All Saints", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  35. ^ "Church of St Margaret", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  36. ^ "Church of St Mary", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  37. ^ a b Pevsner, Nikolaus; Harris, John; The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire p. 217; Penguin, (1964); revised by Nicholas Antram in 1989, Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-09620-8
  38. ^ "Church of St John the Baptist", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  39. ^ "Church of St John the Evangelist", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  40. ^ "Church of St Nicholas", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 13 August 2011
  41. ^ "Church of St Lawrence and Bishop Edward King", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  42. ^ "Church of St Agatha", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  43. ^ "Church of St Peter", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  44. ^ "Church of St Martin", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  45. ^ "Church of St Helen", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  46. ^ "Church of St Mary", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  47. ^ "Church of St Mary", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 13 August 2011
  48. ^ "Church of Holy Trinity", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 13 August 2011
  49. ^ "Church of St George", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  50. ^ "Church of St Radegund", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 13 August 2011
  51. ^ "Church of St John the Baptist", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  52. ^ "Church of the Holy Trinity and Holy Mary", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  53. ^ Pevsner, Nikolaus; Harris, John; The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire p. 259; Penguin, (1964); revised by Nicholas Antram in 1989, Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-09620-8
  54. ^ "Church of St Peter", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  55. ^ "Church of Holy Trinity", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  56. ^ "Church of St Andrew", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  57. ^ Pevsner, Nikolaus; The Buildings of England. Yorkshire: York and the East Riding p. 241; Penguin (1972); reprinted 1975, Pevsner Architectural Guides. ISBN 0-14-071043-4
  58. ^ "Church of St Stephen", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  59. ^ "Church of St Peter and St Paul", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  60. ^ "Church of St Andrew", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  61. ^ "Church of St Hybald", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  62. ^ "Church of Saint Andrew", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  63. ^ "Church of Saint Margaret", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  64. ^ "Church of St Peter", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  65. ^ "Church of St Helen", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  66. ^ "Church of St Mary", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  67. ^ "Church of St Swithin", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  68. ^ "St Swithin's Vestry and Adjoining Wall", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  69. ^ "Parish Church of St James", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  70. ^ "St Michael and All Angels", stmichaels-louth.org.uk, Retrieved 12 August 2011
  71. ^ "Church of St Mary", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  72. ^ "Church of St Mary and St Peter", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  73. ^ "Church of St Cuthlac", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  74. ^ Pevsner, Nikolaus; Harris, John; The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire p. 601; Penguin, (1964); revised by Nicholas Antram in 1989, Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-09620-8
  75. ^ "Church of St Thomas", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  76. ^ "Church of St Michael", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  77. ^ a b Pevsner, Nikolaus; Harris, John; The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire p. 317; Penguin, (1964); revised by Nicholas Antram in 1989, Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-09620-8
  78. ^ Pevsner, Nikolaus; Harris, John; The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire p. 318; Penguin, (1964); revised by Nicholas Antram in 1989, Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-09620-8
  79. ^ "Church of St Laurence", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  80. ^ Pevsner, Nikolaus; The Buildings of England. Yorkshire West Riding, Penguin (1959); reprinted 1967, Pevsner Architectural Guides, pp. 372, 643. ISBN 0300096623
  81. ^ Historic England. "Church of All Saints, Church Lane (1293654)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 21 January 2015. 
  82. ^ Pevsner, Nikolaus; Harris, John; The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire p. 319; Penguin, (1964); revised by Nicholas Antram in 1989, Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-09620-8
  83. ^ "Church of St John the Baptist", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  84. ^ "Church of St Michael", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  85. ^ "Church of St Peter", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  86. ^ "Church of St Nicholas", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  87. ^ "Church of St Leonard and Attached Boundary Wall", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  88. ^ "Church of St Patrick", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  89. ^ "Church of St Mary", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  90. ^ "Church of St Peter and St Paul", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  91. ^ "Church of St German", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  92. ^ "Church of St James", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  93. ^ Pevsner, Nikolaus; Harris, John; The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire p. 345; Penguin, (1964); revised by Nicholas Antram in 1989, Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-09620-8
  94. ^ "Church of St Peter", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  95. ^ "Church of St Hybald", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  96. ^ "Church of All Saints", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  97. ^ "Church of St Clements", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 10 March 2015
  98. ^ Pevsner, Nikolaus; Harris, John; The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire p. 361; Penguin, (1964); revised by Nicholas Antram in 1989, Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-09620-8
  99. ^ "Church of St Matthew", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  100. ^ "Church of All Saints", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  101. ^ "Church of St Nicholas", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  102. ^ "Church of St Leonard", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  103. ^ Pevsner, Nikolaus; Harris, John; The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire p. 371; Penguin, (1964); revised by Nicholas Antram in 1989, Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-09620-8
  104. ^ "Church of St Hilary", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  105. ^ "Church of St Andrew", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  106. ^ "Number 4 (Brownes Hospital) Chapel and Hall. All other buildings at Browne's Jospital", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 13 August 2011
  107. ^ "Warden's House to Browne's Hospital", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  108. ^ "Church of St Andrew", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  109. ^ "Tower and Portal of Church of St Mary, Newington", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  110. ^ "Church of All Saints", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  111. ^ Pevsner, Nikolaus; Harris, John; The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire p. 694; Penguin, (1964); revised by Nicholas Antram in 1989, Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-09620-8
  112. ^ "Church of St Margaret", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  113. ^ "Church of St Mary", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  114. ^ "Church of St Lawrence", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  115. ^ "Church of St Peter", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  116. ^ "Church of All Saints", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  117. ^ "Church of St Martin", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  118. ^ "Church of All Saints", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  119. ^ "Church of St Helen", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  120. ^ "Church of St Faith", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  121. ^ "Old Rectory", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 14 August 2011
  122. ^ "Church of All Hallows", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011
  123. ^ "Church of All Saints with Railed Tomb", National Heritage List for England, English Heritage. Retrieved 12 August 2011

Further reading[edit]

  • Kaye D. and Scorer S. (with Introduction and Gazetteer by David Robinson), Fowler of Louth: The Life and Works of James Fowler, Louth Architect 1828-1892, Louth Museum 1992.
  • Directory of British Architects 1834–1914 Vol 1 p. 354. Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.; 2nd edition (2001); ISBN 0-8264-5513-1
  • Jenkins, Simon; England's Thousand Best Churches p. 387; Penguin (2000); ISBN 0-14-029795-2
  • Gurnham, Richard; History of Lincoln p. 177; Phillimore & Co Ltd (2009); ISBN 1-86077-551-9

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