Exterior

Patrick Baty was commissioned by the National Trust for Scotland to carry out an analysis of the paint on the external railings

Pollok House, Glasgow

Pollok House was built in 1752 and designed by William Adam. It was gifted to the City of Glasgow in 1966 by Dame Anne Maxwell Macdonald, whose family had owned the estate...

More Info
Patrick Baty was commissioned to carry out the paint analysis on the exterior surfaces on a number of buildings on the Threave Estate

Threave House, Castle Douglas

Threave House was designed in 1871 for Liverpool merchant, William Gordon. It was the creation of architect Charles G H Kinnear (1830-1894), who formed half of one of...

More Info
Patrick Baty advised on appropriate paint colours for the display of the wartime areas.

Landguard Fort, Felixstowe

Built just outside Felixstowe, Suffolk, at the mouth of the River Orwell, Landguard Fort was originally designed in the sixteenth century to guard the entrance to Harwich. It...

More Info
Patrick Baty was employed by Gloucester City Council, to provide advice on the repainting of the external woodwork and metalwork in St Michael’s Square, Gloucester.

St Michael’s Square, Gloucester

St Michael’s Square was laid out in 1882 by Daniel Pidgeon, of Putney in London. The land had previously been open fields and orchards. It represents an important example...

More Info
St Peter's, Hammersmith

St Peter’s, Hammersmith

St Peter’s is a Commisioners' church that was built in the village of Hammersmith in 1829. The architect was Edward Lapidge, who was the eldest son of Samuel, an...

More Info
Patrick Baty had carried out paint analysis of the ceiling of this 17th century building

Gazebo, Crooms Hill

The Gazebo is in the garden of a house called The Grange on Crooms Hill in Greenwich, London. It was designed by Robert Hooke in 1672 for the then owner of the house Sir...

More Info
Brizlee Tower, Alnwick

Brizlee Tower, Alnwick

An ornamental tower, dated 1781, and thought to have been designed by Robert Adam for the first Duke of Northumberland, although it is also attributed to the duke himself. It...

More Info
The Cenotaph

The Cenotaph

The Cenotaph was designed by the architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, in the years 1919-20. The railings were made a few years later and are erected around the memorial each...

More Info
David Garrick's Temple

David Garrick’s Temple to Shakespeare

The renowned actor-manager, David Garrick, built the Temple to celebrate the genius of William Shakespeare, commissioning the sculptor Roubiliac to provide a life-size statue...

More Info
Battersea Park Station

Battersea Park Station

Battersea Park Station is an Italianate style railway station built in 1865-67 for the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway. It is located at the south-east corner of...

More Info
Metropolitan Wharf

Metropolitan Wharf, London

This photograph was taken in 2006, when Patrick was consulted Metropolitan Wharf is a significant 6-storey, Grade II Listed, purpose built Victorian riverside warehouse and...

More Info
Southwark Bridge

Southwark Bridge

Southwark Bridge is an arch bridge for traffic linking Southwark and the City across the River Thames. It was built in 1921. As part of the recent repainting exercise I...

More Info
Royal Clarence Yard, Gosport

Royal Clarence Yard, Gosport

The Granary and Bakery Building in the Royal Clarence Yard, Gosport, was being converted into residential accommodation. At its peak the bakery was capable of producing...

More Info
Royal Albert Bridge, Cornwall

Royal Albert Bridge, Cornwall

View of the 'Tube' from the Devon side looking towards Cornwall The Royal Albert Bridge is a railway bridge that connects Devon and Cornwall.  I was commissioned to carry out...

More Info
Hammersmith Bridge

Hammersmith Bridge

Hammersmith Bridge was built in 1887 to the designs of Sir Joseph Bazalgette. It crosses the River Thames in west London and connects Hammersmith with Barnes (to the...

More Info
Page 4 of 5«12345»