- Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore
- (1812–52)Artist, Architect and Designer.Pugin was the son of a French refugee aristocrat, who had settled in England. In c. 1835, he converted to Roman Catholicism and he is remembered as the main proponent of the gothic style in nineteenth-century England. He regarded gothic as the only truly Christian architecture and he promulgated his views in works such as The True Principles of Pointed or Christian Architecture. Among his surviving buildings are St George’s Roman Catholic Cathedral in Southwark and the chapel of St Edmund’s College, Ware. He also helped Barry with the design of the new Houses of Parliament.P. Atterbury and C. Wainwright, Pugin: A Gothic Passion (1994);P.B. Stanton, Pugin (1971).
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