Benjamin Henry Latrobe

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United States architect (born in England) whose works include the chambers of the United States Congress and the Supreme Court


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And it is also evident in Hammerwood Lodge in Sussex, the contemporary house designed by Benjamin Latrobe before he emigrated to the United States.
Works of Benjamin Latrobe, Frederick Church, John Henry Hill, Alfred Miller and Thomas Moran, influenced politicians and the public towards park creation.
In 1803, Benjamin Latrobe became architect of the Capitol.
The author narrates, in conventional chronological structure, the life and career of this notable, but not truly exceptional, American architect from his early Washington apprenticeship with James Hoban and Benjamin Latrobe in the early nineteenth century through to his major accomplishments in the 1830s and 1840s.
The building designed by Benjamin Latrobe for the Second Bank of the U.
Livingston, who provided both needed capital and the political influence that was indispensable in those not-yet-democratic days, are hard to follow, as are those with such other steamboat pioneers as Nicholas Roosevelt, Aaron Ogden, John Stevers, and Benjamin Latrobe.