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Dennis Gilbert

Dennis has been photographing buildings and the environment for over 30 years and is based in London. Born in South Africa, he began as an electrical engineer before studying photography in California. His work [mainly for architects, magazines and cultural organisations] can be described as a careful formal approach which nevertheless communicates the subject matter in an engaging way, whether it is about style, space and volume, atmosphere or texture. He is a founder of the architectural picture library VIEW, and in 2005 received an Honorary Fellowship from the RIBA for his contribution to architecture.

A selection of Dennis' photos

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The Little Chamber at Sutton House, Hackney, London.

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Servants bells in the ground floor corridor, next to the Kitchen, at Hanbury Hall, Worcestershire.

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Detail of the door handle, lightswitches and clock built into the wall of the Living Room at 2 Willow Road.

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The Living Room at 20 Forthlin Road in McCartney livery.

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Dining Room and terrace end, with the bedroom wing visible in the further distance at The Homewood, Surrey.

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Room view towards the window in Patrick Gwynne's Bedroom at The Homewood, Surrey.

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The auditorium, seen from the stage, at the Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

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Seaton Delaval Hall, Northumberland.

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Paintings on display in the Upper Gallery at Anglesey Abbey, Cambridgeshire.

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The Oak Room at Anglesey Abbey, Cambridgeshire, with early seventeenth-century oak panelling and a plasterwork ceiling, cast from from a Jacobean ceiling in the Old Reindeer Inn in Banbury.