An offering to God and a foretaste of Heaven: the work of William Butterfield at Fulham Palace

Join community archaeologist Alexis Haslam as he explores how Butterfield left his mark on the Palace in this upcoming lecture!

The eminent architect William Butterfield first became involved at Fulham Palace in 1864 and continued his association with the Bishop of London until his retirement in 1892. Designer of the Palace Chapel and Coachman’s lodge, he was also responsible for Bishop Tait’s redesign of the Great hall and the fountain within the Tudor courtyard. Most famous for his use of polychromatic work within his Gothic Revival churches his association with the Palace is of great significance and left a lasting impression within the Palace grounds.

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