John Russell Pope (1874-1937)

John Russell Pope, Architect, of Washington D.C.

Associated Houses



Lord Duveen's House

New York City

Oak Hill

Jericho, near Brookville

Rough Point


He is best known for designing several prominent public buildings in Washington D.C., such as the National Archives and Records Administration building (1935), the West Building of the National Gallery of Art (1941), and the Jefferson Memorial (1943). He also worked on several notable domestic projects.
Contributed by Mark Meredith on 17/10/2018 and last updated on 07/10/2022.