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HUMPHRY REPTON (1752-1818)

Designs for the pavilion at Brighton ... / by H. Repton ; with the assistance of his sons, John Adey Repton and G.S. Repton. With: An Inquiry into the changes in architecture as it relates to palaces and houses in England ...


RCIN 1150259

The scheme for the gardens at the Brighton Pavilion displayed in the adjacent red book by Humphry Repton was never fulfilled and the only legacy of Repton’s elaborate garden plans was the publication of his Designs for the Pavilion at Brighton through J.C. Stadler in 1808. When the prince eventually took forward a plan for the garden in 1814, it was the less exotic, although still picturesque, garden style of his architect, John Nash, which was implemented.

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