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Specimens of Gothic architecture

Augustus Pugin

Specimens of Gothic architecture

selected from various ancient edifices in England : consisting of plans, elevations, sections, and parts at large, calculated to exemplify the various styles, and the practical construction of this admired class of architecture

by Augustus Pugin

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Published by M. A. Nattali in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Architecture, Gothic -- Eng;and.,
  • Architecture -- England.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesGothic architecture.
    Statementby Augustus Pugin ; accompanied by historical and descriptive accounts by E.J. Willson.
    ContributionsWillson, Edward James, 1787-1854.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNA445 .P8 l825
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v., [2], 56, 54 leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages56
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16380329M

    Examples of Gothic Architecture and Specimens of Gothic Architecture are two of their shared works. Pugin received his education as a young boy at Christ’s Hospital, also known as the Bluecoat School. He had a taste and talent for Gothic design and was put to work as a furniture designer at the age of 15 for Windsor Castle. About this Item: Jansen, GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE SELECTED FROM VARIOUS ANCIENT EDIFICES IN ENGLAND, Jansen, , 2 Volumes complete, edges of some plates with short tears and wear, else a vg+ set consisting of this complete reprint of five volumes in two of SPECIMENS OF GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE being plates 1 to and EXAMPLES OF .

    Western architecture - Western architecture - From the 19th to the early 20th century: The great change that occurred at the beginning of the 19th century, when the Gothic Revival moved from a phase of sentimental and picturesque attraction to one of greater archaeological exactitude, was determined largely by the research and publications of antiquarians.   Author of Specimens of Gothic architecture, Gothic ornaments, A series of ornamental timber gables, Examples of Gothic architecture, Motifs & details choisis d'architecture gothique, Gothic architecture selected from various ancient edifices in England, Specimens of the architecture of Normandy, from the 16th to the 17th century, Or namental timber gables.

    B Y far the most important specimens of Gothic architecture are the cathedrals and large churches which were built during the prevalence of the style. They were more numerous, larger, and more complete as works of art than any other structures, and accordingly they are to be considered on every account as the best examples of pointed architecture. English: Identifier: specimensofgothi02pugi (find matches) Title: Specimens of Gothic architecture; selected from various ancient edifices in England: consisting of plans, elevations, sections, and parts at large.. Year: Authors: Pugin, Augustus, Willson, Edward James, Subjects: Architecture, Gothic Architecture Publisher: London: Nattali.


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It was used in Strawberry Hill House, the residence in Twickenham, London built by Horace Walpole (–) from onward. Get this from a library. Specimens of Gothic architecture and ancient buildings in England; comprised in one hundred and twenty views.

[John Carter]. The term Gothic is, however, purely arbitrary, as is also that of pointed, which has been introduced by writers who admit the principle of the broken arch as the characteristic of so-called Gothic architecture.

The broken or pointed arch, which is formed by the intersection of two opposite curves at an angle more or less acute, was known to architects long before its.

A.W.N. Pugin, English architect, designer, author, theorist, and leading figure in the English Roman Catholic and Gothic revivals. Pugin was the son of the architect Augustus Charles Pugin, who gave him his architectural and draftsmanship training.

His. "A glossary of technical terms, descriptive of Gothic architecture To accompany the Specimens of Gothic architecture, by A. Pugin. Comp. by Edward James Willson" (vi, [7] p. at end of v. 2) has special title page. Description: 2 volumes plates 30.

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In the Literary Gazette, no. Nov. 15,p.it is reviewed as being by the author of Specimens of Gothic architecture Antiquities of Normandy & c. [i.e., A.C. Pugin] Advertized as "just published" in Ackermann's Repository of arts, Feb.,where it is priced at 25s, with colored engravings and : Di seguito una lista di risultati simili per Specimens of Gothic Architecture e MacKenzie F, Pugin A.

Descrizione: This book was once the property of Nadine Baylis, designer, notably for ballet, and has her signature and address on the flyleaf.

All plates present, but each one stamped just below the engraving with the stamp of the Liverpool Price Range: € - €. Specimens Of Gothic Architecture; Selected From Various Ancient Edifices In England: Consisting Of Plans, Elevations, Sections, And Parts At Large; Calculated To Exemplify The Various Styles, And The Practical Construction Of This Class Of Admired Architecture, Accompanied By Historical and Descriptive Accounts.

A glossary of technical terms, descriptive of Gothic architecture: collected from official records, passages in the works of poets, hostorieans, &c., of a date contemporary with that style, and collated with the elucidations and notes of various commentators, glossarists, and modern editors, to accompany the Specimens of Gothic architecture by.

CARTER, John Specimens Of Gothic Architecture And Ancient Buildings In England; Comprised In One Hundred And Twenty Views, Drawn and engraved by John Carter F.S.A. Draughtsman to the antiquarian Society; Author of specimens of ancient sculpture and painting; English architecture; Ecclesiastical costume, etc.

etc. - In Four Volumes London: printed for Edward. The Royal Academy of Arts, located in the heart of London, is a place where art is made, exhibited and debated. Gothic Revival (also referred to as Victorian Gothic, neo-Gothic, or Gothick) is an architectural movement popular in the Western world that began in the late s in England.

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C. Pugin’s Examples of Gothic Architecture re-issued with his Specimens of Gothic by J. H. Hansen (Cleveland, ).

These books were produced by A. W. N. Pugin’s father, but he had his first architectural training in their preparation. Plates of Gothic Furniture for ‘Ackermann's Repository of Arts,’ –25–26–27; republished separately about With Britton and Le Keux, ‘Specimens of Architectural Antiquities of Normandy,’ 4to, –8.

‘Examples of Gothic Architecture,’ 2 vols. 4to, –Between andPugin's father had published a series of volumes of architectural drawings, the first two entitled Specimens of Gothic Architecture and the following three Examples of Gothic Architecture, that not only remained in print but were the standard references for Gothic architecture for at least the next century.