Thomas ALLOM

Thomas ALLOM

Born in London, England, Allom was apprenticed in 1819 to the architect Francis Goodwin. He was a founder member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), and produced designs for buildings in London, which he carried out himself, as well as working with the architect Sir Charles Barry on numerous projects.

He produced many illustrations for publications of a topographical nature in the mid 1800s, including Devonshire and Cornwall Illustrated


Illustrator and architect

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Works include: Devonshire and Cornwall Illustrated, From Original Drawings by Thomas Allom with Historical and Topographical Descriptions by J Britton & E W Brayley; Attractive Views of Cornwall  (1832) 



RA 1827-71

Penlee House, Penzance A Village in Focus: Mousehole; A Village in Focus: Newlyn  29 Nov 2008 - 14 Mar 2009



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