Alexander Thomson

(1817—1875) architect

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 (1817–75) Scottish architect.

The brightest of Scotland’s Victorian constellation of classical designers, Thomson was Scotland’s equivalent to the impassioned and individualistic English Gothic Revivalists—albeit working within a diametrically opposed religious ...

Subjects: Architecture.

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