Lewis Vulliamy

Born: 1791
Died: 4 Jan 1871
Eclectic architect; worked throughout Britain. Entered Royal Academy schools 1809, won its silver medal 1810, gold 1813, travelling scholarship 1818; exhibited at the Academy from 1822 onwards. Son of clockmaker Benjamin Vulliamy (1747-1811); brother of clockmaker Benjamin Lewis Vulliamy (1780-1854); uncle of architect and civil engineer George John Vulliamy (1817-86).
Works of Art: 0
Books: 3
Archives: 2
Vulliamy, Lewis   The Bridge Of The SSa. Trinita, Over The Arno, At Florence. - Drawn And Measured, And Accompanied By Explanatory Remarks, By Lewis Vulliamy, Architect, Late Travelling Student Of The Royal Academy. - - London: 1822.   
Vulliamy, Lewis   Examples Of Ornamental Sculpture In Architecture. Drawn From The Originals Of Bronze Marble And Terracot[ta] In Greece Asia Minor And Italy. By Lewis Vulliamy Archt In The Years 1818, 1819, 1820, 18[21] And Engraved By Henry Moses - London. [1823-1827]   
Society of Antiquaries of London   Vetusta Monumenta: Quae Ad Rerum Britannicarum Memoriam Conservandam Societas Antiquariorum Londini Sumptu Suo Edenda Curavit. Volumen Primum. (-Sextum.) - Londini: [1747(-1906)]   
LAW/4/198    Harrowby, Grosvenor Square, to [Thomas Lawrence]    5 Mar 1824    Item   
LAW/3/203    Lewis Vulliamy, Malta, to Henry Howard, Secretary of the Royal Academy of Arts, Somerset House, London    12 Sep 1820    Item