Ten Years On Exhibition 

Looking at the broad range of Lutyens's work using images from our Archive

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The images used in this exhibition form part of the Lutyens Trust's Photographic Archive.


The Exhibition has been made possible with the kind permission of the copyright holders / image donors whose work features in the Exhibition. These include Jane Balfour,

Michael Barker, Anthony Bianco, Bonhams Photographic Department, Chris Breese, Richard Breese, Gavin Chappell, Michael Edwards, Sir Terry Farrell CBE, Peter Grant, Edwin Green, Dr. Stuart Handley, Richard Havelock, Richard Hennessy, Anna Hunter,

Valerie Joynt, Chris Knowles, David Lewis, Stuart Martin, Brian Meldrum, Dr. Mervyn Miller, Peter Mills, Stephen Pollock-Hill, Lord Ridley, Tim Skelton, John Trotter and Paul Waite.  


Images are the copyright of the donor photographer or The Lutyens Trust as indicated on each image caption.  


The four nursery lights and cardinal's hat light are displayed by kind permission of

Lord Ridley; the image of the piano is displayed by kind permission of Bonhams; the images of Castle Drogo are displayed by kind permission of the National Trust and the three interior images of the Crypt of the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool are displayed by kind permission of the Archdiocese of Liverpool.


Thanks are also due to the following for advice and assistance:

Anthony Bianco, Richard Breese, Martin Lutyens, Tim Skelton and Paul Waite of The Lutyens Trust and Dr. Meg Whittle, Archivist, Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool.


Please note that the inclusion of an image of any property in this exhibition

does not in any way imply that the property provides access to the public

and the owner's privacy should be respected at all times.  For a list of

Lutyens-designed properties which are open to the public please click here.

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 To protect and promote the spirit and substance of the work of Sir Edwin Lutyens OM

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