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Arthur Beresford Pite (1861—1934) architect and educator


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Byzantine Revival, or a style incorporating certain Byzantine features, as in the C19 Rundbogenstil. Good examples of the Neo-Byzantine style are Beresford Pite's Christ Church, Brixton Road, Lambeth, London (1898–1903), and S. H. Barnsley's St Sophia, Lower Kingswood, Surrey (1891).

J. Curl (2002b);Dixon & Muthesius (1985)

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