Webb, Philip

Webb, Philip

(1831–1915)
Arts and Crafts architect and designer, who championed the Gothic Revival style and paved the way for the Arts and Crafts movement in architecture. Famous for comfortable country houses, furniture, tapestries, and stained glass.
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