2 edition of Specimens of mediaeval architecture found in the catalog.
Specimens of mediaeval architecture
W. Eden Nesfield
|Statement||chiefly selected from examples of the 12th and 13th centuries in France & Italy, and drawn by W. Eden Nesfield.|
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|Pagination|| p., 100 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||100|
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[W Eden Nesfield]. Specimens of mediaeval architecture: chiefly selected from examples of the 12th and 13th centuries in France & Italy by Nesfield, W. Eden (William Eden), The Project Gutenberg EBook of Lectures on the rise and development of mediaeval architecture; vol.
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I must not, however, go on enumerating specimens: they will be found in great numbers in several publications, as Mr. Bloxam’s Principles of Gothic Architecture, Mr. Parker’s Glossary, Britton’s Antiquities, and elsewhere; while very interesting articles have been written on them by Mr.
Freeman, Mr. Ayliffe Poole, Mr. Paley, and others. An illustrated work on Mediaeval architecture. Collated: Complete, with plates. Specimens of mediaeval architecture book one coloured plate of Bayeux Cathedral. With the bookplate of Arthur William Brewill, an architect based in Nottingham between Browse and buy a vast selection of Architecture Collections: Specimens of Mediaeval Architecture Chiefly Selected From Examples of The 12th And 13th Centuries Nesfield, William Eden.
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