List of miscellaneous works by Edward Blore

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Edward Blore (1787–1879) was an English antiquarian, artist, and architect. He was born in Derby, and was trained by his father, Thomas, who was an antiquarian and a topographer. Edward became skilled at drawing accurate and detailed architectural illustrations. His commissions included drawings of Peterborough, Durham, and Winchester Cathedrals. His drawings of Althorp brought him to the attention of Earl Spencer, who was influential in introducing him to other wealthy and influential patrons. After his father died in 1818, Blore started to prepare architectural designs for new buildings. The first of these was for the enlargement of Sir Walter Scott's Abbotsford House. Although this was not accepted, it led to the acceptance of his design for Corehouse, a large country house in Lanarkshire, Scotland, for the judge George Cranstoun. More commissions for country houses followed. Blore then became involved with the Church Commissioners, designing, with others, a series of churches that have become to be known as Commissioners' churches, the first of these being St George's Church in Battersea, London.[1]

Blore's connection with Earl Spencer helped him to gain the commission for rebuilding Lambeth Palace for the Archbishop of Canterbury. Following this he worked on some of the most important buildings in the country, including the completion of Buckingham Palace, on Windsor Castle and on Hampton Court Palace. He gained two commissions for major works abroad, the Vorontsov Palace in Ukraine, and Government House, Sydney in Sydney, Australia. The rest of his works are in Great Britain, and mainly in England. These range from palaces and country houses, cathedrals and churches, through schools, rectories, and lodges, to groups of estate houses with washhouses.[1]

Blore received a DCL degree from Oxford University, and was a founder member of the British Archaeological Association and of the Institute of British Architects. He retired from active architectural practice in 1849, but continued to produce drawings. In total, these filled 48 volumes, which are held in the British Library. Blore died at his home in Manchester Square, Marylebone, London, in 1879, leaving an estate of £80,000 (equivalent to £7,340,000 in 2015).[1][2]

Key[edit]

Grade Criteria[3]
Grade I Buildings of exceptional interest, sometimes considered to be internationally important.
Grade II* Particularly important buildings of more than special interest.
Grade II Buildings of national importance and special interest.
"—" denotes a work that is not graded.

Works[edit]

Name Location Photograph Date Notes Grade
Green Meadow Great Brington, Northamptonshire
52°16′50″N 1°01′25″W / 52.2805°N 1.0235°W / 52.2805; -1.0235 (Green Meadow, Great Brington)
c. 1822 Designed as a rectory.[4] II
Stable and coach house,
Weston House
Long Compton, Warwickshire
52°01′09″N 1°35′41″W / 52.0191°N 1.5946°W / 52.0191; -1.5946 (Stable and coach house, Weston House)
1826–33 To serve the former Weston House; for Sir George Philips.[5] II
Almhouses Charterhouse Square, Islington, Greater London
51°31′19″N 0°06′03″W / 51.5220°N 0.1008°W / 51.5220; -0.1008 (Almshouses, Charterhouse)
1826–40 Part of Sutton's Hospital.[6] II
Magdalene Hospital Wilton, Wiltshire
51°04′56″N 1°51′24″W / 51.0823°N 1.8566°W / 51.0823; -1.8566 (Magdalene Hospital, Wilton)
1828–32 Designed as almshouses for Lady Pembroke.[7] II
Town Hall Woburn, Bedfordshire
51°59′19″N 0°37′10″W / 51.9885°N 0.6195°W / 51.9885; -0.6195 (Town Hall, Woburn)
Woburn OldTownHall.JPG 1830 Built for John Russell, 6th Duke of Bedford.[8] II
Fir Tree Cottage Aspley Heath, Bedfordshire
52°00′27″N 0°38′42″W / 52.0076°N 0.6450°W / 52.0076; -0.6450 (Fir Tree Cottage, Aspley Heath)
c. 1830 Estate cottage for the 6th Duke of Bedford.[9] II
Clock House Keele Hall, Staffordshire
52°59′59″N 2°16′21″W / 52.9996°N 2.2725°W / 52.9996; -2.2725 (Clock House, Keele)
The Clock House - geograph.org.uk - 58763.jpg c. 1830 Built as a stable block and coach house for Ralph Sneyd. Now part of the campus of Keele University.[10][11] II
Lodge, Stowe House Stowe, Buckinghamshire
52°01′53″N 1°01′13″W / 52.0314°N 1.0204°W / 52.0314; -1.0204 (Lodge, Stowe)
c. 1830 Small lodge to the northwest of the mansion house.[12] II
Lower School Woburn, Bedfordshire
51°59′23″N 0°37′12″W / 51.9898°N 0.6199°W / 51.9898; -0.6199 (Woburn Lower School)
c. 1830 Reworking of a school built in 1582.[13] II
Pitt Building Cambridge
52°12′07″N 0°07′04″E / 52.2020°N 0.1177°E / 52.2020; 0.1177 (Pitt Building, Cambridge)
Cambridge Pitt Building.jpg
1831 A building for the Cambridge University Press.[14] II
Bedford Modern School Bedford
52°08′10″N 0°28′07″W / 52.1361°N 0.4687°W / 52.1361; -0.4687 (Bedford Modern School)
The Harpur Centre - geograph.org.uk - 819224.jpg 1831–34 Designed as a school; later the façade of a shopping centre.[15][16] II*
Holy Trinity Hospital Retford, Nottinghamshire
53°19′24″N 0°57′03″W / 53.3232°N 0.9507°W / 53.3232; -0.9507 (Holy Trinity Hospital, Retford)
Trinity Hospital Retford - geograph.org.uk - 89547.jpg 1832–34 Built as almshouses.[17] II
West Lodge and Gateway Chillingham Castle, Northumberland
55°31′24″N 1°54′45″W / 55.5233°N 1.9124°W / 55.5233; -1.9124 (West Lodge and Gateway, Chillingham Castle)
West Lodge Gates at Chillingham Castle - geograph.org.uk - 522210.jpg 1835 For the 5th Earl of Tankerville.[18] II
Library St Edmund Hall, Oxford
51°45′13″N 1°15′00″W / 51.7536°N 1.2501°W / 51.7536; -1.2501 (St Edmund Hall Library, Oxford)
St Peter in the East.JPG 1835 Former church, later converted into a college library. Restored by Blore.[19] I
9–12 The Square Chillingham, Northumberland
55°31′42″N 1°54′27″W / 55.5284°N 1.9076°W / 55.5284; -1.9076 (Estate houses, Chillingham)
1836 Estate houses for the 5th Earl of Tankerville.[20] II
Merton College Oxford
51°45′05″N 1°15′07″W / 51.7513°N 1.2520°W / 51.7513; -1.2520 (Merton College, Front Quadrangle, Oxford)
1836–41 Blore re-faced parts of the north range of the front quadrangle in Bath stone.[21] I
1–3 Bank Top Chillingham, Northumberland
55°31′42″N 1°54′43″W / 55.5283°N 1.9120°W / 55.5283; -1.9120 (1–3 Bank Top, Chillingham)
1837 Built as estate houses for the 5th Earl of Tankerville.[22] II
Stable block Combermere Park, Cheshire
52°59′38″N 2°36′45″W / 52.9939°N 2.6124°W / 52.9939; -2.6124 (Stable block, Combermere Park)
Stable block, Combermere Abbey 1837 [23][24] II
Old Vicarage Milton Abbot, Devon
50°35′27″N 4°15′10″W / 50.5907°N 4.2529°W / 50.5907; -4.2529 (Old Vicarage, Milton Abbot)
Vicarage at Milton Abbot - geograph.org.uk - 39515.jpg 1837 Built as a vicarage, later divided into two properties.[25] II
Town Hall Warminster, Wiltshire
51°12′17″N 2°10′52″W / 51.2048°N 2.1811°W / 51.2048; -2.1811 (Literary and Scientific Institute, Warminster)
Warminster - Former Town Hall - geograph.org.uk - 1300102.jpg c. 1837 [26] II
Stable and coach house,
Ramsey Abbey
Ramsey, Cambridgeshire
52°26′57″N 0°06′01″W / 52.4493°N 0.1004°W / 52.4493; -0.1004 (Stable and coach house, Ramsey Abbey)
1837–39 For Edward Fellowes. Later converted for residential use.[27] II
4–8 Bank Top Chillingham, Northumberland
55°31′43″N 1°54′43″W / 55.5286°N 1.9119°W / 55.5286; -1.9119 (4–8 Bank Top, Chillingham)
1838 Built as estate houses for the 5th Earl of Tankerville.[28] II
Literary and Scientific Institute Warminster, Wiltshire
51°12′17″N 2°10′52″W / 51.2048°N 2.1811°W / 51.2048; -2.1811 (Literary and Scientific Institute, Warminster)
1838 [29] II
Bank Top Cottage Chillingham, Northumberland
55°31′44″N 1°54′42″W / 55.5289°N 1.9118°W / 55.5289; -1.9118 (Bank Top Cottage, Chillingham)
1839 Built as an estate cottage for the 5th Earl of Tankerville.[30] II
Riding School,
Royal Mews
Windsor Castle, Berkshire
51°28′54″N 0°36′15″W / 51.4817°N 0.6043°W / 51.4817; -0.6043 (Riding School, Royal Mews, Windsor Castle)
1839–48 [31] II
Greenstreet Lodge Bushley, Worcestershire
51°59′56″N 2°12′45″W / 51.9988°N 2.2124°W / 51.9988; -2.2124 (Greenstreet Lodge, Bushley)
c. 1840 Originated as a pair of cottages in the Pull Court estate.[32] II
Stables,
Haveringland Hall
Haveringland, Norfolk
52°44′49″N 1°11′20″E / 52.7470°N 1.1889°E / 52.7470; 1.1889 (Stables, Haveringland Hall site)
c. 1840 For Edward Fellowes; partly converted into houses.[33] II
Archway Windsor Castle, Berkshire
51°28′50″N 0°36′16″W / 51.4806°N 0.6045°W / 51.4806; -0.6045 (Archway, Royal Mews, Windsor Castle)
c. 1840 [34] II
Icehouse Tower,
Great Moreton Hall
Moreton cum Alcumlow, Cheshire
53°07′57″N 2°14′24″W / 53.1324°N 2.2400°W / 53.1324; -2.2400 (Icehouse Tower, Great Moreton Hall)
1841–43 [35] II
West Lodge,
Great Moreton Hall
Moreton cum Alcumlow, Cheshire
53°08′12″N 2°15′13″W / 53.1366°N 2.2535°W / 53.1366; -2.2535 (West Lodge, Great Moreton Hall)
c. 1841–43 [36] II
Range of buildings,
Royal Mews
Windsor Castle, Berkshire
51°28′57″N 0°36′19″W / 51.4825°N 0.6054°W / 51.4825; -0.6054 (Range of buildings, Royal Mews, Windsor Castle)
c. 1842 [37] II
Royal Stables House,
Royal Mews
Windsor Castle, Berkshire
51°28′55″N 0°36′19″W / 51.4820°N 0.6052°W / 51.4820; -0.6052 (Royal Stables House, Windsor Castle)
c. 1842 [38] II
Southwest gate and lodge, Royal Mews Windsor Castle, Berkshire
51°28′53″N 0°36′19″W / 51.4814°N 0.6054°W / 51.4814; -0.6054 (Royal Stables House, Windsor Castle)
c. 1842 [39] II
Pavilion,
Kingston Hall
Kingston on Soar, Nottinghamshire
52°50′45″N 1°14′54″W / 52.8458°N 1.2484°W / 52.8458; -1.2484 (Pavilion, Kingston Hall)
1842–46 For Lord Belper.[40] II
Stable block,
Kingston Hall
Kingston on Soar, Nottinghamshire
52°50′47″N 1°14′54″W / 52.8463°N 1.2484°W / 52.8463; -1.2484 (Stable Block, Kingston Hall)
1842–46 For Lord Belper, later converted into houses.[41] II
Stable block,
Castle Hill House
Filleigh, Devon
51°02′24″N 3°53′44″W / 51.0400°N 3.8956°W / 51.0400; -3.8956 (Stable Block, Castle Hill, Filleigh)
1843 Stable block to the west of the house, later estate offices.[42] II*
North Lodge, Capesthorne Hall Siddington, Cheshire
53°15′28″N 2°14′06″W / 53.2577°N 2.2351°W / 53.2577; -2.2351 (North Lodge, Capesthorne Hall)
c.1843 Gate lodge.[43] II
Garden Cottage Thorganby, North Yorkshire
53°52′58″N 0°56′17″W / 53.8827°N 0.9381°W / 53.8827; -0.9381 (Garden Cottage, Thorganby)
c. 1844 House for Revd Joseph Donnington Jefferson.[44] II
Lodge, Thicket Priory Thorganby, North Yorkshire
53°52′58″N 0°56′50″W / 53.8829°N 0.9473°W / 53.8829; -0.9473 (Lodge, Thicket Priory, Thorganby)
1844–47 [45] II
A House,
Marlborough College
Marlborough, Wiltshire
51°25′02″N 1°44′13″W / 51.4171°N 1.7370°W / 51.4171; -1.7370 (A House, Marlborough College)
1845–50 [46] II
B House,
Marlborough College
Marlborough, Wiltshire
51°25′03″N 1°44′07″W / 51.4175°N 1.7353°W / 51.4175; -1.7353 (B House, Marlborough College)
1845–50 [47] II
Master's House,
Marlborough College
Marlborough, Wiltshire
51°25′01″N 1°44′05″W / 51.4169°N 1.7346°W / 51.4169; -1.7346 (Master's House, Marlborough College)
1845–50 [48] II
Group of ten houses and washhouses Chapel Brampton, Northamptonshire
52°17′31″N 0°56′01″W / 52.2919°N 0.9336°W / 52.2919; -0.9336 (Houses, Chapel Brampton)
1846 [49][50][51][52][53][54] II
Merton Hall Shellhouse Merton, Norfolk
52°32′35″N 0°48′47″E / 52.54307°N 0.81304°E / 52.54307; 0.81304 (Merton Hall)
1846 A garden house in the grounds of Merton Hall.[55] II
North Lodge,
Crewe Hall
Crewe Green, Cheshire
53°05′28″N 2°23′48″W / 53.0910°N 2.3968°W / 53.0910; -2.3968 (North Lodge, Crewe Hall)
1847 An estate lodge.[56][57] II
Group of ten houses and a washhouse Church Brampton, Northamptonshire
52°17′08″N 0°56′52″W / 52.2855°N 0.9477°W / 52.2855; -0.9477 (Houses, Church Brampton)
1848 Listed as three groups of houses and a washhouse.[58][59][60][61][62][63] II
Houses and a washhouse Little Brington, Northamptonshire
52°16′04″N 1°01′58″W / 52.2677°N 1.0329°W / 52.2677; -1.0329 (Washhouse, Little Brington)
1848 Part of a planned development.[64][65][66] II
School Ramsey, Cambridgeshire
52°26′57″N 0°06′11″W / 52.4491°N 0.1030°W / 52.4491; -0.1030 (School, Ramsey)
1848 Elementary school.[67] II
Group of ten houses and washhouses Lower Harlestone, Northamptonshire
52°16′21″N 0°57′47″W / 52.2724°N 0.9631°W / 52.2724; -0.9631 (Houses, Lower Harlestone)
1851 [68][69][70][71][72][73] II
Tomb of General Forster Walker Kensal Green Cemetery, Kensington and Chelsea, Greater London
51°31′44″N 0°13′33″W / 51.5290°N 0.2258°W / 51.5290; -0.2258 (Tomb of General Forster Walker, Kensal Green Cemetery)
1866 Designed by Blore, carved by J. Forsyth.[74] II

See also[edit]

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