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Hopper, Thomas

Thomas Hopper (1776-1856)

Thomas Kellner: 33#32 Wales, Margam Castle (architects: Edward Haycock and Thomas Hopper), 2002, C-Print, 68,2x35,2 cm/26,6"x13,7", edition 20+3

Hopper was born in 1776. He was an English architect and had a good relationship with King George IV. His works are mostly located in south England. He died in 1856.

Important works


Leigh Court, north Somerset
Penrhyn Castle,Llandegai, Bangor north Wales
Kentwell Hall, Suffolk
Arthur’s Club, 69–70 St James’s Street, London
Llanover House, Abergavenny, Wales
Improvements to the Shire Hall, Monmouth
Bryn Bras Castle, Lanrug north Wales
Margam Castle, south Wales
Wivenhoe House, Essex
Hospital buildings at St Mary's Hospital, Paddington, London
Alscot Park, Warwickshire
Amesbury Abbey, Wiltshire
Boreham House, Essex
Gothic Conservatory at Carlton House, London
Crichel House, Dorset
Danbury Park, Essex
Englefield House, Berkshire
Gosford Castle, County Armagh
Chapel at Stanstead Park, West Sussex
Terling Place, Essex
Works at Windsor Castle
Gothic Ballroom at Slane Castle, County Meath, Ireland
Entrance lodge at Dromoland Castle, County Clare, Ireland