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19 (bottom left) Regent Street looking towards the Duke of York's column. T.S. Boys del et lithog. 315 x 428mm. On either side of the entrance to Lower Regent Street as we look towards Waterloo Place are two stucco segments of a circle never to be completed but clearly marked 'Regent Circus'. On the right, half way down, is the Doric temple front of St Philip's Chapel, built by G.S. Repton in 1820 for his clergyman brother. Closing the view, in front of distant glimpses of the park and Westminster, is the granite column erected by Benjamin Wyatt in 1831~ to sustain a statue by Sir Richard Westmacott of George IV's brother.