George Richard Pain

Died aged c. 45

George Richard Pain (1793 – 26 December 1838) was born into a family of English architects. His grandfather was William Pain, his father James Pain and his brother also James. George Richard served as an apprentice architect to John Nash of London. George Richard and James were commissioned by the Board of First Fruits to design churches and glebe houses in Ireland. He settled in Cork, Ireland. Many of his designs were produced in collaboration with his brother James Pain who practiced in Limerick.

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James Pain renowned architect, together with his brother, George designed some of our finest structures.

The Glentworth Hotel, Glentworth Street, Limerick, Ireland where they designed