Horace Field and Lloyds Bank

@article{BrittainCatlin2010HoraceFA,
  title={Horace Field and Lloyds Bank},
  author={Timothy Brittain-Catlin},
  journal={Architectural History},
  year={2010},
  volume={53},
  pages={271 - 294}
}
In 1980, Andrew Saint told members of the Victorian Society that the Arts and Crafts architect Horace Field (1861-1948) was ‘frequently referred to but rarely discussed’. Thirty years later the situation is largely unchanged. Yet Field played an influential role in the architectural development of the twentieth-century English and Welsh high street. He was a significant figure in the process by which the architectural styles of bank premises were, by the late 1920s, transformed from ones very… Expand