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Brodrick submitted to many of the mid-Victorian competitions for public buildings such as the Government Offices, London (1857), the National Gallery London (1866) and Manchester Town Hall (1867). but his uncompromising adherence to the classical style gave him little chance of success in the era of the 'Battle of the Styles'. Following the RIBA Heinz Gallery exhibition (1999), his reputation is now very high. Brodrick also built the Royal Institution, Hull (1847) and Hull Town Hall (1861) (both demolished) and the surviving Grand Hotel, Scarborough (1862-67).
Derek Linstrum, Towers and Colonnades: The Architecture of Cuthbert Brodrick (RIBA Heinz Gallery, Exhibition Catalogue), London, 1999
|Height||343.00 mm||(13.50 inches)|
|Width||280.00 mm||(11.02 inches)|