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Lutyens, the greatest English architect found in the illustration below as the A in Hugo Francis's Architectural Alphabet

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Designed by Lutyens, the Cenotaph has a special place in the life of London. Remembrance and commemorative events have centered around the Cenotaph since it was first erected as a temporary structure after the end of WWI. The permanent Cenotaph was unveiled on Armistice Day, 1920

Don't miss "Monuments of Remembrance" BBC4 13th Nov 9PM featuring several #Lutyens masterpieces

Today marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. The impact of that war still resonates today. Lutyens designed many of the war memorials including the Cenotaph in London. #Lutyens, #Cenotaph

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Metiendo Vivendum by Carl Laubin

by Carl Laubin Built and unbuilt works of Sir Edwin Lutyens, shown at the same scale to indicate comparative sizes. High quality giclée prints are now available of the oil painting Metiendo Vivendum by Carl Laubin. The prints measure 49 x 74 cm with an image size of 34 x 59 cm and a title block as above, printed on heavy fine art paper with a matt finish. There is a separate A4 key to the buildings.