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Oxford Street / edited by Andrew Saint.
Title:
Oxford Street / edited by Andrew Saint.
Published/Created:
London : Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, 2020.
©2020
Physical Description:
xviii, 421 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color), plans (some color) ; 30 cm.
Holdings:
Reference Library
On Order
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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Classification:
Books
Notes:
"Published for the Bartlett School of Architecture (UCL)."
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Oxford Street is among the world's great shopping streets, renowned for its department stores and the vitality of its crowded sidewalks. As a thoroughfare, Oxford Street goes back to Roman times. It was formerly known under the earlier name of Tyburn Road and was notorious as the route of the condemned to the gallows near the site of the present Marble Arch. This exceptional book is the latest in the famous 'Survey of London' series, and the first to focus on a single street. It offers new insights into the growth of shops and shopping in the British capital, as well as a wealth of data, photographs, and drawings illuminating the buildings and activities that have given Oxford Street character. Written in the accessible prose that is a hallmark of the 'Survey of London', it is handsomely designed in the Survey's house style and illustrated with 385 photographs and drawings with most previously unpublished.
Subject Terms:
Architecture -- England -- London.
Architecture.
Buildings.
England -- London -- Oxford Street (Westminster)
England -- London.
Historic buildings -- England -- London.
Historic buildings.
Oxford Street (Westminster, London, England) -- Buildings, structures, etc.
Oxford Street (Westminster, London, England) -- History.
Oxford Street London.
Form/Genre:
History.
Contributors:
Saint, Andrew, editor.
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