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77.6.1 13836

A history of the gothic revival: an attempt to show how the taste for mediaeval architecture which lingered in England during the last two centuries has since been encouraged and developed. By Charles L. Eastlake. Charles L. Eastlake London Longmans, Green & Co. 1872 lib.d.F5/01; 21045

77.6.2 13837

The principles of Gothic Ecclesiastical architecture, with an explanation of technical terms, and a centenary of ancient terms. Together also with notices of the internal arrangement of churches prior to, and the changes therein and from, the reign of Edward VI. With numerous illustrations on wood, Mostly by the late T.O.S. Jewitt. By Matthew Holbeche Bloxam. Eleventh edition. Volume I [- II]. Matthew Holbeche Bloxam London George Bell and Sons 1882 2 v. lib.d.F5/02; 21046

77.6.3 13838

Companion to the principles of Gothic Ecclesiastical architecture, being a brief account of the vestments in use in the church, prior to, and the changes therein in and from, the reign of Edward VI. With numerous illustrations on wood, Mostly by the late T.O.S. Jewitt. By Matthew Holbeche Bloxam. Matthew Holbeche Bloxam London George Bell and Sons 1882 lib.d.F5/03; 21047

77.6.4 13839

Some account of Gothic architecture in Spain. By George Edmund Street. George Edmund Street London John Murray 1865 lib.d.F5/04; 21048

77.6.5 13840

Some account of Gothic architecture in Spain. By George Edmund Street. Second edition. George Edmund Street London John Murray 1869 lib.d.F5/05; 21049

77.6.6 13841

Development & character of Gothic architecture by Charles Herbert Moore. Second edition rewritten and enlarged. With ten plates in photogravure and 242 illustrations in the text. Charles Herbert Moore New York; London The Macmillan Company; Macmillan & Co. 1899 lib.d.F5/06; 21050

77.6.7 13842

Art-Hints. Architecture, sculpture, and painting. By James Jackson Jarves. James Jackson Jarves London Sampson Low, Son, & Co. 1855 lib.d.F5/07; 21051

77.6.8 13843

Lectures on the rise and development of Mediaeval Architecture Delivered at the Royal Academy By Sir Gilbert Scott. In two volumes - Vol. I [- II]. With illustrations. Gilbert Scott London John Murray 1879 2 v. lib.d.F5/08; 21052

77.6.9 13844

A glossary of terms used in Grecian, Roman, Italian, and Gothic Architecture. Exemplified by one hundred and fifty woodcuts. London; Oxford; Leicester Charles Tilt; John Henry Parker; T. Combe and Co. 1836 lib.d.F5/09; 21053

77.6.10 13845

Unpublished notes and reprinted papers. With an essay by Georgina Goddard King. George Edmund Street; Georgina Goddard King s.l. The Hispanic Society of America 1916 lib.d.F5/10; 21054

77.6.11 13846

Brick and marble in the Middle Ages: notes of a tour in the north of Italy. By George Edmund Street. Copiously illustrated. George Edmund Street London John Murray 1855 lib.d.F5/11; 21055

77.6.12 13847

Remarks on Secular & Domestic Architecture, present & future. By George Gilbert Scott. George Gilbert Scott London John Murray 1857 lib.d.F5/12; 21056

77.6.13 13848

The work of Sir Gilbert Scott. David Cole London The Architectural Press 1980 lib.d.F5/13; 21057

77.6.14 13849

"Lutyens: the work of the English architect Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944). Ausstellung: Hayward Gallery, London, 18.11.1981 - 31.1.1982." London Arts Council 1981 lib.d.F5/14; 21058

77.6.15 13850

Follies and pleasure pavilions: England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales. Photographs by George Mott, Introduction by Gervase Jackson-Stops; text by George Mott and Sally Sample Aall. George Mott; Gervase Jackson-Stops; Sally Sample Aall New York Harry N. Abrams 1989 lib.d.F5/15; 21059

77.6.16 13851

"The triumph of the classical: Cambridge architecture 1804-1834. Exhibition catalogued with an introduction by David Watkin. Ausstellung: Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, Sept. - Nov. 1977." David Watkin Cambridge, London, New York & Melbourne Cambridge University Press 1977 lib.d.F5/16; 21060

77.6.17 13852

Unbuilt Oxford. Howard Colvin New Haven & London Yale University Press 1983 lib.d.F5/17; 21061

77.6.18 13853

The Gothic revival. An essay in the history of taste. With sixteen plates. Kenneth Clark Harmondsworth Penguin 1962 lib.d.F5/18; 21062

77.6.19 13854

Victorian architecture in England: four studies in evaluation, by John Summerson. John Summerson New York W.W. Norton & Company 1970 The Norton Library N577 lib.d.F5/19; 21063

77.6.20 13855

The English picturesque villa and cottage 1760-1860. Introduction, catalogue and notes by Priscilla Wrightson; preface by Carl J. Weinhardt. Priscilla Wrightson; Carl J. Weinhardt Indianapolis Indianapolis Museum of Art 197 Indianapolis Museum of Art Bulletin/Catalogue Summer 1973, Volume I, number 3 (new series) lib.d.F5/20; 21064

77.6.21 13856

Victorian architecture in England: four studies in evaluation, by John Summerson. John Summerson New York & London Columbia University Press 1970 lib.d.F5/21; 21065

77.6.22 13857

Oriental architecture in the west, with 154 illustrations, 14 in colour. Patrick Conner London Thames & Hudson 1979 lib.d.F5/22; 21066

77.6.23 13858

Mr. Loudon‘s England: the life and work of John Claudius Loudon, and his influence on architecture and furniture design; by John Gloag. John Gloag Newcastle upon Tyne Oriel Press 1970 lib.d.F5/23; 21067

77.6.24 13859

Loudon and the landscape: from country seat to metropolis 1783-1843. Melanie Louise Simo New Haven & London Yale University Press 1988 lib.d.F5/24; 21068

77.6.25 13860

Evidence in literary scholarship: essays in memory of James Marshall Osborn. Edited by René Wellek and Alvaro Ribeiro. René Wellek; Alvaro Ribeiro Oxford Clarendon Press 1979 lib.d.F5/25; 21069

77.6.26 13861

Victorian taste: a study of the arts and architecture from 1830 to 1870; with a foreword by Sir Nikolaus Pevsner. John Steegman; Nikolaus Pevsner Cambridge (Mass.) MIT Press 1971 lib.d.F5/26; 21070

77.6.27 13862

Hints for picturesque improvements in ornamented cottages, and their scenery: including some observations on the labourer and his cottage. In three essays. Illustrated by sketches. By Edmund Bartell, Jun. (London: printed for J. Taylor, architectural library, 1804). Edmund Bartell Farnborough Gregg 1971 lib.d.F5/27; 21071