Inigo Jones
English Baroque Era Architect, 1573-1652,Masque designer, architect, and courtier, Jones's architectural legacy only fructified in the early 18th cent. through the neo-Palladian movement. Yet Jones personally remains frustratingly elusive, for all his arrogance and engrossing power as surveyor of the king's works (1615-44). Apart from entrancing scenic and costume designs, only seven of Jones's 45 architectural works survive: the most notable are the Whitehall Banqueting House, Queen's chapel at St James's, Queen's House at Greenwich, and, by no means least because of its Carolean town-planning context, St Paul's church, Covent Garden.

 

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Inigo Jones The East Garden of Arndel House with the antique scuplture and a gateway oil painting   

Painting ID::  48434
Inigo Jones
The East Garden of Arndel House with the antique scuplture and a gateway
mk190

   
   
     

 

 

Inigo Jones Garden scene in the Shepherds- Paradise oil painting   

Painting ID::  48489
Inigo Jones
Garden scene in the Shepherds- Paradise
mk190 1633

   
   
     

 

 

Inigo Jones Design for the climax of Coelum Britannicum oil painting   

Painting ID::  48490
Inigo Jones
Design for the climax of Coelum Britannicum
mk190 1634

   
   
     

 

 

Inigo Jones Design for the Second intermedium,spring in Florimene oil painting   

Painting ID::  48492
Inigo Jones
Design for the Second intermedium,spring in Florimene
mk190 1635

   
   
     

 

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Inigo Jones
English Baroque Era Architect, 1573-1652,Masque designer, architect, and courtier, Jones's architectural legacy only fructified in the early 18th cent. through the neo-Palladian movement. Yet Jones personally remains frustratingly elusive, for all his arrogance and engrossing power as surveyor of the king's works (1615-44). Apart from entrancing scenic and costume designs, only seven of Jones's 45 architectural works survive: the most notable are the Whitehall Banqueting House, Queen's chapel at St James's, Queen's House at Greenwich, and, by no means least because of its Carolean town-planning context, St Paul's church, Covent Garden.