Thomas Johnson

(d. 1800)

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(d. 1800).

English architect, he designed the County Gaol, Warwick—now the County Council offices—(1779–82), one of the earliest uses of Greek Doric in an English public building. He also built the Church of St Nicholas, Warwick (1778–9), and rebuilt St Mary's, Hanbury, Worcs. (1792–5), both in the Gothic style. The Warwick church was reputedly designed by his son, John Lees Johnson (1762– ), who was then not 16 years old, but who seems to have predeceased his father.

Colvin (1995)

Subjects: Architecture.

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