Observations on the architecture of England during the reigns of Queen Elizabeth and King James I. & c. & c. By Charles James Richardson ...
- London, John Weale, Architectural Library, 1837.
- Physical Description:
- 3 p.., 31,  p. fold. front., 57 plates (2 double, 1 col.; incl. plans) 33 cm.
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- BAC : Abbey, Life in England, 52 (Abbey copy).
BAC : Text printed by A.J. Valpy; plates printed by Day & Haghe.
BAC : The front. incorporates a facsimile of a drawing by Robert Pyte.
BAC : Plates by L. Haghe, Henry Bailey, and H. Abbott; after the author, George Moore, W. Twopenny, J.J. Cole, Chas. Parish, W. Dietterlin, John Thorpe, and J.A. Repton.
BAC : The author discusses the advantages of using zinc plates for lithography, p. 26-28.
BAC : The majority of the plates show details of Claverton, Holland House, and The Duke's House.
Added, chromolithographed t.-p.: Specimens of the architecture of the reigns of Queen Elizabeth and King James 1st. from drawings by C.J. Robinson, G. Moore, and C. Parish, architects. 1st ser.
According to the British Museum Catalogue, George Vivian's Some illustrations of the architecture of Claverton, and the Duke's House, Bradford forms part 2 of this work. However, Weale's advertisements from the late 1830s list the two works independently.
- Subject Terms:
- Architecture, Elizabethan -- England.
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Richardson, C. J. (Charles James), 1806-1871, Observations on the architecture of England, 1837
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