James Waytt (1746-1813) a principal architect of his day
James Waytt (1746-1813) a principal architect of his day
James Waytt (1746-1813) a principal architect of his day

JOHN MIERS (1756-1821)

James Waytt (1746-1813) a principal architect of his day

c. 1780 united

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James Waytt, facing left, his hair en queue, wearing a frilled cravat
in hammered brass frame; together with Captain George Baker of the 16th Light Dragoons, in profile to the right in coat and lace cravat, painted on plaster with verre eglomise border in pear wood mounted rectangular black papier-mâché frame, the reverse with complete Trade Label Number 12 by John Field; together with a profile of Mr. John Harwood, painted on card, in turned pearwood frame, by John Field (3)

Wyatt is widely recognized as the most celebrated and prolific English architect of the 18th century, being George III's architect. At the start of his lengthy career, Wyatt worked on designs for the Oxford Street Pantheon's neo-Classical interior as well as Dodington, the Graeco-Roman house that served as the model for the Regency country house.
Light dust under the glass of Mr. Wyatt's profile ;lminor crack to the plaster of the profile of Captain Baker and some of the pearwood mount missing
Height 3.50 inch (8.89 cm)
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painted on plaster
The profile of George Baker with complete Trade Label No. 12 by John Field on the reverse
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