Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt

Born: 1820
Died: 1877
Biography
Architect, draughtsman, designer, writer on art, teacher; based in London. Younger brother of architect Thomas Henry Wyatt (1807-80).
 
Works of Art: 0
Books: 5
Archives: 1
Wyatt, Matthew Digby   On The Principles Of Design Applicable To Textile Art. By M. Digby Wyatt, Architect. - Extracted From "The Art Treasures Of The United Kingdom," Edited By J.B. Waring, Esq. Director of the Museum of Ornamental Art at the Manchester Exhibition of 1857. - London. 1858.   
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Wyatt, Matthew Digby   Observations On Metallic Art. By M. Digby Wyatt, Architect. - Extracted From "The Art Treasures Of The United Kingdom," Edited By J.B. Waring, Esq. Director of the Museum of Ornamental Art at the Manchester Exhibition of 1857. - 1857.   
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Wyatt, Matthew Digby   Specimens Of The Geometrical Mosaic Of The Middle Ages - With A Brief Historical Notice Of The Art Founded On Papers Read Before The Royal Institute Of British Architects The Royal Society Of Arts And The Archaeological Institute Of Great Britain And Ireland - By Matthew Digby Wyatt Architect. - London (1848.)   
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The Industrial Arts Of The Nineteenth Century. A Series Of Illustrations Of The Choicest Specimens Produced By Every Nation At The Great Exhibition Of Works Of Industry, 1851. Dedicated, By Permission, To His Royal Highness The Prince Albert, By M. Digby Wyatt, Architect. -   - London: [1851(-1853)]   
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Richardson, Charles James   Studies Of Ornamental Design. By C.J. Richardson, M.R.I.B.A., F.S.A. One of the Evening Masters of the Head Government School Of Design, Somerset House. Author of "Studies Of Old English Mansions, Gold And Silver Plate, Furniture, &c." "Architectural Remains of the Reigns of Elizabeth and James I." "&c." - London. 1851.   
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GI/1/363    M. Digby Wyatt, 54 Guildford St, to John Gibson    27 Jul 1854    Item