Life and works of British-born architect Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin (1812-52), a noted Gothic Revivalist.
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August Welby Pugin
Spartacus provides a brief biography of the Gothic Revivalist and descriptions of his major works.
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin
A comprehensive biography of the life and work of this, who was responsible for many Catholic cathedrals and churches, from the Catholic Encyclopedia.
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin 1812-1852
Biography of Pugin, plus photos and descriptions of his major achievements in England.
BBC Four: God's Own Architect
Richard Taylor charts the life of Pugin in the BBC Four documentary God's Own Architect.
Flickr: Augustus Pugin
Large collection of user submitted photos of Pugin's work.
An Australian not-for profit organisation whose principal purpose is to assist in the conservation of Pugin's Australian works.
Victoria and Albert Museum
Search the extensive V&A collections for photos and descriptions of Pugin's work.
The Victorian Web
Biography of Augustus Pugin with photos and descriptions of his work.
The Wall Street Journal: A Victorian Novel in Stone
An essay on the role Pugin played in the design of the Houses of Parliament.
Wikipedia: Augustus Pugin
Concise biography of the life and work of Augustus Pugin.
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