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The National Gallery, London: Artspaces

Kenneth Powell

  • Format: Book

  • Pages: 64

  • Publisher: Scala Editions

  • Date Published: Sep 2006

  • Stock Code: 59240

  • ISBN: 9781857594461

  • Binding: Paperback

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This is a handy pocket-sized account of the growth and development of London's popular National gallery. Since it first opened its doors to the public in 1838 it has grown slowly and incrementally with occasional spurts of more ambitious reshaping. This timely book has a full account of the major redesign by Dixon Jones that opened in September 2005.

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About the Author

Kenneth Powell

Kenneth Powell is an architectural critic, consultant and historian based in London. He has written extensively about contemporary architecture for newspapers and journals in Britain and abroad and is the author of many books, including monographs on Richard Rogers, Edward Cullinan, Will Alsop and Ahrends Burton Koralek as well as New London Architecture and New Architecture in Britain. Actively involved in the field of conservation over many years, he is a former Director of The Twentieth Century Society and is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects.

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