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   Jones
   Owen
   O. J. ;
   
   
   1809 in 148 Thames Street, London
   1874
   at his home, 9 Argyll Place, London
   Owen Jones (1741–1814), a successful furrier and amateur Welsh antiquary
   a Welsh speaking family at the heart of the Welsh cultural & academic societies in London; mother Hannah Jane Jones (1772/3–1838)
   studies at the Royal Academy Schools and an apprenticeship with the architect Lewis Vulliamy (1791–1871)
   United Kingdom
   O. J.: Plans, elevations, sections & details of the Alhambra, from drawings taken on the spot in 1834 by Jules Goury, and in 1834 and 1837 by Owen Jones, London 1842
   P. J. was crucial in the formation of the South Kensington Museum (later to become the V&A) through close assoc. w. Henry Cole, its 1st director
   French architect Jules Goury (1803–1834), who had assisted Gottfried Semper (1803–1879) with his radical studies of the polychromy of Ancient Greek buildings
   architectural, topographic & botanical drawing on stone
   https://archive.org/details/Planselevations1Gour
   http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Owen_Jones ; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Owen_Jones_%28architect%29
   Nissen: Botan. Buchillustration 1966 ; Klingender 1968/74: 64 ;
   O.J. was a pioneer of chromolithography.
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