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- Captain Charles Henry Augustus Lutyens (1829–1915), a soldier and painter. His sister, Mary Constance Elphinstone Lutyens (1868–1951), wrote novels under...
- Lutyens' Delhi is an area in New Delhi, India, named after the British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869–1944)[citation needed], who was responsible for...
- Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869–1944) was a British architect. Lutyens may also refer to: Elisabeth Lutyens (1906–1983), British composer, daughter of Sir Edwin...
- relative of the architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, the writer Mary Lutyens, and the composer Elizabeth Lutyens. Lutyens' projects have been exhibited internationally...
- (2001), pp. 51–72. Lutyens (1995) Lutyens (1975), p. 40. Lutyens (1975), pp. 54–63, 64–71, 82, 84. Lutyens (1975), pp. 3, 32. Lutyens (1975), p. 10-11,...
- representing over 35 nationalities. Campbell Lutyens was founded in 1988 by John Campbell, Richard Lutyens (deceased) and Bill Dacombe. Campbell, after...
- Edwin Landseer Lutyens. She had five children, including Mary Lutyens, the composer Elisabeth Lutyens and the painter Robert Lutyens. Lutyens interested herself...
- Sally Speare Lutyens (October 31, 1927 – July 22, 2005) was a composer, author, and librettist from Falmouth, Maine. She also resided in Portland and...
- very similar to the original sketches which Lutyens sent Herbert Baker, from Simla, on 14 June 1912. Lutyens' design is grandly classical overall, with...
- Lutyens Bungalow Zone or LBZ is the area spread over 2,800-hectare area in Lutyens' Delhi, with bungalows (houses) for government ministers, officials...