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Miller, Sanderson

Sanderson Miller (1716 - 1780)

Thomas Kellner: 33#40 England, Lacock Abbey, 2002, C-Print, 68,2x35,2 cm/26,6"x13,7", edition 20+3

Miller was born in Radway in 1716. He was a British architect and a pioneer of Gothic revival architecture. He studied at St Mary Hall and Oxford.
Miller inherited Radway Grange when he was twenty-one and some years later, he started to redesign the Elizabethan house in a Gothic style.
He is especially known for the evocative mock "ruined" castles he created.
Miller died in 1780 in Radway.

Important works

Shire Hall, Warwick
Hagley Hall, Worcestershire
Albury Hall, Oxfordshire
Lacock Abbey