Definition of Wyatt, James in English:

Wyatt, James

Line breaks: James Wyatt
Pronunciation: /ˈwʌɪət
 
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( 1746–1813), English architect. He was both a neoclassicist and a leading figure in the Gothic revival, the latter seen most notably in his design for Fonthill Abbey in Wiltshire (1796–1807).

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