Sir Christopher Wren

1934

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The life and work of Sir Christopher Wren.

Drama documentary. Using the scenario of a fancy dress party, the life and work of Sir Christopher Wren is illustrated with views of his work in London, Oxford and Cambridge. Scenes from the Great Fire of London and The Plague are re-enacted.

Featured Buildings

Hampton Court Palace; Royal Hospital Chelsea; St Lawrence Jewry, London; St Mary Le Bow, Cheapside, St Paul's Cathedral, London; Tom Tower, Christchuch College, Oxford

Keywords

Architecture; Historical biography

Other Places

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire; City of London; East Knoyley, Wiltshire; London; Oxford, Oxfordshire

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  • Distributor : Institute of Amateur Cinematographers

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