William Harrison Cowlishaw


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English Arts-and-Crafts architect and disciple of William Morris. He is remembered for two buildings: The Cearne, Kent Hatch, Crockham Hill, Kent (1896), a charming house for Edward and Constance Garnett, and the summer-school known as The Cloisters, Barrington Road, Letchworth Garden City, Herts. (1908), an eclectic and romantic building. He worked for the Imperial War Graves Commission, and later for Holden.

A. S. Gray (1985);Miller (2002)

Subjects: Architecture.

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