Frederick Crace

(1779 - 1859)
Frederick Crace was an English interior decorator, who worked for George IV when Prince of Wales, for whom he created the chinoiserie interiors of the Brighton Pavilion. Crace was also a collector of maps and topographical prints and drawings, now at the British Library.

Frederick was the son of the prominent London decorator John C. Crace (1754-1...
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