Malton, James, d. 1803, An essay on British cottage architecture, 1798
- An essay on British cottage architecture: being an attempt to perpetuate on principle, that peculiar mode of building, which was originally the effect of chance. Supported by fourteen designs ... the whole extending to twenty-one plates, designed and executed in aqua-tinta. By James Malton ...
- London, Hookham and Carpenter, 1798.
- Physical Description:
- 2 p.., 27 p. 21 plates (incl. plans) 35 cm.
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Information
- Abbey, J.R. Life 34
BAC: British Art Center has 2 copies. Copy 1 is the Abbey copy and is inscribed L. Lance. With copy 2 is bound: Dearn, T.D.W. Sketches in architecture. London, 1807. Copy 2 has the bookplate of Pauncefort-Duncombe. Includes added watercolor and pen and ink plans and elevations. The plates in copy 2 have been printed with colored ink, and hand colored.
BAC : "V. Griffiths, printer."
- Subject Terms:
- Architecture, Domestic -- Designs and plans.
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