|The Life and Works of James Wyatt|
|James Wyatt was born in 1746 in England and died in 1813 in his home land.|
|His rival was Robert Adam, another English Architect.|
If the two rivals were judged most people would say that James Wyatt beat Robert Adam in his designs.
James Wyatt designed Gothic style buildings.
|These two buildings were both built by James Wyatt showing the Gothic style that Wyatt used|
|In his early career he spent his time in Italy studying with Italian painter Antonio Visentini.||In Rome, Wyatt made measured drawings of St. Peters Basilica.||Wyatt did this in a very dagerous way. He did this on a sideways ladder without supports or siderails, and if he fell he would fall 300 feet to his death. Luckily he did not die during this dangerous task.|
|At 26 Wyatt was a well known architect.||He was so popular that when rumors spread that he was going to move to Russia to work for Catherine the 2nd, he was offered £1,200 so that he would stay in England.|
|This is the inside of the building above the picture, also illustrating Wyatt's use of Gothic architecture in Interior Design|
|James Wyatt died in a carraige accident and was burried in Westminster Abbey, he left his wife and four sons.|
|His sons all became famous architects like like there father and if he was alive he would have been proud.|