Themes with Robert Adam

Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1754/00/00 Robert Adam departs for Rome to embark on his Grand Tour. Between 1754 and 1758, he traveled throughout Italy and France with mentors French architect Charles-Louis Clerisseau and Italian artist Giovanni Battista Piranesi. Visitor
1759/00/00 Robert Adam is commissioned by the Lords of Admiralty to Cause a New Stone-Wall, or screen, with one large Gate and Two Doors to be erected as part of a street widening project and to conceal the unprepossessing character of the Admiralty building. Architect The Old Admiralty And The Admiralty Screen The Admiralty
1760/00/00 Croome Court interiors are created by Robert Adam, 1760 and 1764. Interior Designer Croome Court Croome D'abitot
1765/00/00 Kedleston Hall is built from 1758 to 1765 designed by Matthew Brettingham, James Paine and Robert Adam. The interiors were complete by the 1780s. Architect Kedleston Hall Kedleston
1765/00/00 Interiors of Compton Verney House are redesigned by Robert Adam for John Verney, the 14th baron, in the 1760s. Architect Compton Verney Art Gallery Compton Verney Art Gallery and Park
1768/00/00 High Lodge, a hunting lodge now a house, is built c 1768 of coursed limestone rubble with hipped Welsh slate roofs. Architect High Lodge Blenheim Palace
1771/00/00 Robert Adam creates the interior by for the home of General Burgoyne 1769-1771. Interior Designer John Burgoyne House London
1774/00/00 Pulteney Bridge built across the River Avon in Bath, England for about 11,000 pounds, 1769-1774. Architect Pulteney Bridge Bath
1774/00/00 Pulteney Bridge built across the River Avon in Bath, England for about 11,000 pounds, 1769-1774. Architect Shops Nos 1 To 8 (Consec) Pulteney Bridge
1774/00/00 Pulteney Bridge built across the River Avon in Bath, England for about 11,000 pounds, 1769-1774. Architect Shops Nos 9 To 17 (Consec) Pulteney Bridge
1782/00/00 Designed by Robert Adam and funded by George III, a monument to Major John Andre is created by Peter Mathias Van Gelder. The front relief shows George Washington in a tent receiving a petition and Major Andre being led away to execution. Designer Westminster Abbey London
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