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Inigo Jones

(1573—1652) architect and theatre designer


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(1573–1652),

English architect and stage designer. He introduced the Palladian style to England; notable buildings include the Queen's House at Greenwich (1616) and the Banqueting Hall at Whitehall (1619). He also pioneered the use of the proscenium arch and movable stage scenery in England.

Subjects: Arts and Humanities.


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