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English John Vanbrugh

Title    Sir
Full Title  
First Name   John
Middle Name(s)  
Last Name / Firm Name   Vanbrugh

Nationality   English
Birth Date   1664
Death Date   1726
Circa Date  

Seat Delaval Hall is considered by many to be Vanbrugh's masterpiece. Grimsthorpe Castle was Vanbrugh’s last important work.

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