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Inigo Jones and his Influence


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SIR OLIVER MILLAR , Surveyor of the Queen's Pictures, Stephen ORCEL. co-author of a book on Inigo Jones 's masques, and JOHN NEWMAN of the Courtauld Institute in London, in conversation With STEPHEN GARDINER , architectural critic of the Observer.
Architect and designer of masques, romantic Celt but Palladian disciplinarian; director of 17th-century taste, many of whose supposed buildings are yet of uncertain authorship, Inigo Jones was born 400 years ago this year. Who was he and what remains of his influence today?
(A major Arts Council exhibition of Inigo Jones's work is currently at The Banqueting House, Whitehall, in London)


Unknown: Sir Oliver Millar
Unknown: Stephen Orcel.
Unknown: Inigo Jones
Unknown: John Newman
Unknown: Stephen Gardiner
Unknown: Inigo Jones

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Inigo Jones and his Influence

BBC Radio 3, 22 August 1973 23.00

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