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Background imageLutyens Collection: Liverpool Roman Catholic Cathedral

Liverpool Roman Catholic Cathedral
Roman Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, 1962-7, with earlier crypt by Lutyens. IoE 359118

Background imageLutyens Collection: Liverpool Brownlow Hill c. 1930

Liverpool Brownlow Hill c. 1930
An aerial view of the Liverpool workhouse at Brownlow Hill, Liverpool, shortly before its demolition in 1931 to make way for Sir Edwyn Lutyens Roman Catholic cathedral

Background imageLutyens Collection: The Viceroys House at New Delhi, India

The Viceroys House at New Delhi, India
A worthy setting for the King-Emperors representative in India, the centre of the coming inaugural festivities - the viceroys house at New Delhi designed by Edwin Lutyens

Background imageLutyens Collection: Fashion design by Eva Lutyens

Fashion design by Eva Lutyens. 1936

Background imageLutyens Collection: The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London

The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London. The Cenotaph is the site of the annual national service of remembrance when those who fell in the Great War and subsequent conflicts are remembered

Background imageLutyens Collection: Viceroys House, New Delhi: West Facade

Viceroys House, New Delhi: West Facade
The west facade of the Viceroy of Indias house in New Delhi; showing part of the Moghul Garden, which is some twelve acres in extent

Background imageLutyens Collection: Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery and the Edwin Lutyens fountain in Central London

Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery and the Edwin Lutyens fountain in Central London, England, UK

Background imageLutyens Collection: Unveiling the Cenotaph SAM01 / 02 / 0074

Unveiling the Cenotaph SAM01 / 02 / 0074
The unveiling ceremony of the Cenotaph on Whitehall, Westminster, Greater London. The Cenotaph was unveiled on Armistice Day, 11 November, 1920 by King George V

Background imageLutyens Collection: Asia, India, Delhi; the Secretariat - parliament buildings by Herbert Baker on Raisina

Asia, India, Delhi; the Secretariat - parliament buildings by Herbert Baker on Raisina Hill at the end of the Rajpath. This building in the north block houses Ministry of Defence

Background imageLutyens Collection: Asia, India, Delhi, Rashtrapati Bhavan - the Indian Presidents residence

Asia, India, Delhi, Rashtrapati Bhavan - the Indian Presidents residence. the builiding was originally Government House for the British Viceroy of India

Background imageLutyens Collection: House At Erskine Hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb

House At Erskine Hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb
A photograph which shows a general view of a house at Erskine Hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb, designed by the English architect, Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageLutyens Collection: Little Thakeham, Horsham, Bay Window

Little Thakeham, Horsham, Bay Window
This photograph shows the great bay window of Little Thakeham, an Arts and Crafts style private country house in the Horsham district of West Sussex

Background imageLutyens Collection: Little Thakeham, Horsham

Little Thakeham, Horsham
This photograph shows the entrance front of Little Thakeham, an Arts and Crafts style private country house in the Horsham district of West Sussex

Background imageLutyens Collection: Memorial to King Edward the seventh

Memorial to King Edward the seventh, it is located at the Piccadilly end of the Broad walk in Green Park London. Designed by Mr Bertram Mackennal and Mr Edwin Lutyens. Date: 1912

Background imageLutyens Collection: Artists and architects during the reign of King George V

Artists and architects during the reign of King George V
Leading artists and architects during the first 25 years of the reign of King George V: Orpen, Lavery, Llewellyn, Lutyens, Brangwyn. Date: 1935

Background imageLutyens Collection: Ursula Lutyens

Ursula Lutyens
A portrait oil painting of Ursula Lutyens, seated wearing a tailed bearskin hat. The image is referenced to a letter, sent by the artist to his son, Ben Nicholson, in Pasadena, California

Background imageLutyens Collection: Temporary Cenotaph to the Glorious Dead, 1919

Temporary Cenotaph to the Glorious Dead, 1919
Painting of the Cenotaph, a temporary structure of timber and plaster in Whitehall, London, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens as a memorial to the fallen of the First World War for the Peace Day

Background imageLutyens Collection: DDE-90024254

DDE-90024254
Column at the India Gate. Situated in the heart of New Delhi, India Gate was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens commemorating members of the British Indian Army who perished fighting for the Indian Empire

Background imageLutyens Collection: DDE-90024248

DDE-90024248
India Gate, a war memorial in New Delhi commemorating the Indian dead of the First World War. The India Gate today also houses the Indian Army's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Background imageLutyens Collection: The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London - floral tributes

The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London - floral tributes
The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London - some of the floral tributes lain beneath the monument on Remembrance Day. Designed by Edwin Lutyens

Background imageLutyens Collection: The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London, c1920. Creator: Unknown

The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London, c1920. Creator: Unknown
The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London, c1920. The Cenotaph is the site of the annual national service of remembrance when those who fell in the Great War and subsequent conflicts are remembered

Background imageLutyens Collection: Irish National War Memorial Gardens, Islandbridge, Ireland, Irish War Memorial

Irish National War Memorial Gardens, Islandbridge, Ireland, Irish War Memorial

Background imageLutyens Collection: The Cenotaph a065897

The Cenotaph a065897
THE CENOTAPH, looking south along Parliament Street, Whitehall, London. Photographed by John Gay. Date range: 18th September 1959 - 8th October 1959

Background imageLutyens Collection: The Cenotaph 1921 BL25601

The Cenotaph 1921 BL25601
WHITEHALL, London. A small group of people pay their respects at the Cenotaph in Whitehall which is adorned with recently placed wreaths

Background imageLutyens Collection: The Tomb of Gertrude Jekyll by Lutyens with her fork

The Tomb of Gertrude Jekyll by Lutyens with her fork
A close-up The tomb of Gertrude Jekyll (1843-1932) designed by Edwin Lutyens in the Churchyard of St John the Baptist Church at Busbridge near Godalming, Surrey

Background imageLutyens Collection: Barbara Lutyens

Barbara Lutyens
Miss Barbara Lutyens, known as Barbie, eldest daughter of the architect Edwin Lutyens. Married, as his second wife, Captain David Euan Wallace, whose first wife was Idina Sackville

Background imageLutyens Collection: Sir Edwin Lutyens

Sir Edwin Lutyens
Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens (1869-1944), architect and renowned creator of the government buildings at Delhi and the Cenotaph among other notable structures

Background imageLutyens Collection: Edwin Lutyens

Edwin Lutyens
Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens (1869-1944), architect and renowned creator of the government buildings at Delhi and the Cenotaph among other notable structures. 1938

Background imageLutyens Collection: Dining room by R W Symonds and Robert Lutyens

Dining room by R W Symonds and Robert Lutyens for Baroness Ravensdale. Date: 1933

Background imageLutyens Collection: Lady Emily Lutyens

Lady Emily Lutyens
LADY EMILY LUTYENS nee LYTTON Wife of the architect Sir Edwin Lutyens (m 1897), grand- daughter of the novelist Lord Lytton, and daughter of a Viceroy of India

Background imageLutyens Collection: Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens, English architect, 1924 (1925)

Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens, English architect, 1924 (1925)
Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens (1869-1944), English architect, 1924 (1925). From The Architectural Forum Volume XLII. [Rogers and Manson, New York, 1925]

Background imageLutyens Collection: YWCA Building, Bloomsbury, London, 1932

YWCA Building, Bloomsbury, London, 1932. Designed by Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens (1869-1944). From The Studio Volume 104. [The Offices of the Studio, London, 1932]

Background imageLutyens Collection: Indian troops saluting the Unknown Warrior at the Cenotaph, Whitehall, London, c1920

Indian troops saluting the Unknown Warrior at the Cenotaph, Whitehall, London, c1920. The Cenotaph was designed by Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944) as the national memorial to the war dead

Background imageLutyens Collection: The War Memorial at Busbridge, Surrey designed by Lutyens

The War Memorial at Busbridge, Surrey designed by Lutyens
The War Memorial at Busbridge, near Godalming, Surrey designed by Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944). Date: 2016

Background imageLutyens Collection: Varsity sports - Lutyens running the mile for Cambridge

Varsity sports - Lutyens running the mile for Cambridge
Sketch of runners at the varsity sports event in 1893 depicting Lutyens running the mile for Cambridge University. Date: 1893

Background imageLutyens Collection: Castle Drogo, near Drewsteignton, Devon

Castle Drogo, near Drewsteignton, Devon. Designed by Edwin Lutyens, it was completed in 1930, and is a Grade I listed building now owned by the National Trust

Background imageLutyens Collection: The Cenotaph in Whitehall

The Cenotaph in Whitehall
Unveiled by King George V on Armistice Day, 11 November 1920, the Cenotaph - memorial to the Glorious Dead - designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and built from Portland stone. Date: 1920

Background imageLutyens Collection: Sir Edwin Lutyens with a group of admiring architects

Sir Edwin Lutyens with a group of admiring architects
Detail from a photograph of Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944), British Architect, with a group of (admiring!) architects. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageLutyens Collection: HUNTING ON COQUETSIDE, From the Picture by Colonel Lutyens. UK

HUNTING ON COQUETSIDE, From the Picture by Colonel Lutyens. UK

Background imageLutyens Collection: The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London - looking North

The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London - looking North
The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London. Designed by Edwin Lutyens, the permanent structure was built from Portland stone between 1919 and 1920 by Holland, Hannen & Cubitts

Background imageLutyens Collection: The dedication of the Cenotaph. Whitehall, London

The dedication of the Cenotaph. Whitehall, London
The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London. Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, the permanent structure was built from Portland stone between 1919 and 1920 by Holland, Hannen & Cubitts

Background imageLutyens Collection: HUNTING ON COQUETSIDE, From the Picture by Colonel Lutyens. UK

HUNTING ON COQUETSIDE, From the Picture by Colonel Lutyens. UK

Background imageLutyens Collection: Viceroys House, Delhi

Viceroys House, Delhi
The Viceroys House, New Delhi, India, was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869 - 1944), which was finally completed in 1929. Date: 1930s

Background imageLutyens Collection: Viceroys Gardens, Delhi

Viceroys Gardens, Delhi
The gardens of the house of the Viceroy of India, New Delhi, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens in a series of Persian style terraces. Date: 1930s

Background imageLutyens Collection: Garden seat at Abbotswood, Gloucestershire

Garden seat at Abbotswood, Gloucestershire
A garden seat in the formal gardens at Abbotswood, Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire. The seat has two classical style pillars (Tuscan) at the front, and a tiled roof

Background imageLutyens Collection: Roses in the garden at Abbotswood, Gloucestershire

Roses in the garden at Abbotswood, Gloucestershire
Pink roses in the formal gardens at Abbotswood, Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire. The gardens were created by Sir Edwin Lutyens

Background imageLutyens Collection: Garden in the spring at Abbotswood, Gloucestershire

Garden in the spring at Abbotswood, Gloucestershire
View of the formal garden in the spring, at Abbotswood, Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire, with grass and trees in the background. The gardens were created by Sir Edwin Lutyens

Background imageLutyens Collection: Garden detail with stream at Abbotswood, Gloucestershire

Garden detail with stream at Abbotswood, Gloucestershire
View of a detail of the garden, with a stream running through it, at Abbotswood, Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire. The gardens were created by Sir Edwin Lutyens




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"Lutyens: A Legacy of Architectural Brilliance and Artistic Influence" Step into the world of Lutyens, where architectural marvels and artistic creations intertwine seamlessly. From the grandeur of Liverpool Roman Catholic Cathedral to the timeless elegance of fashion design by Eva Lutyens, this name has left an indelible mark on various domains. In Liverpool's Brownlow Hill circa 1930, Lutyens' vision came to life as a testament to his ability to blend tradition with modernity. The result was a structure that stood tall, capturing the essence of its surroundings. But it wasn't just in England where Lutyens made his mark. Across continents, his genius shone through in iconic landmarks such as The Cenotaph in Whitehall, London. This solemn memorial stands as a poignant reminder of sacrifice and serves as a symbol of national unity. Venturing further eastward brings us to Viceroys House at New Delhi, India. Its majestic West Facade showcases Lutyens' mastery in combining intricate details with imposing grandeur—a true masterpiece that stands proud amidst India's rich history. Closer to home lies Trafalgar Square with its National Gallery and Edwin Lutyens fountain—an embodiment of artistry merging effortlessly with urban landscapes. Here, visitors can witness how architecture becomes an integral part of city life. Unveiling the Cenotaph is captured forever in SAM01/02/0074—a moment frozen in time when reverence meets remembrance. It reminds us all that behind every monument lies stories etched deep within our collective memory. Lutyens' influence extended beyond public spaces; he also crafted exquisite private residences like House At Erskine Hill in Hampstead Garden Suburb or Little Thakeham in Horsham—each displaying unique features that reflect their owners' individuality while maintaining an air of timeless beauty.