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His brother was [[Samuel Wyatt]] and he was a member of the [[Lunar Society]]
 
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James Wyatt, (August 3, 1746 – September 4, 1813), was an English architect, a rival of Robert Adam in the neoclassical style, who far outdid Adam in his work in the neo-Gothic style.

His brother was Samuel Wyatt and he was a member of the Lunar Society

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