Gothic furniture; consisting of twenty-seven coloured engravings, from designs by A. Pugin. With descriptive letter-press.
- London, R. Ackermann [ca. 1836]
- Physical Description:
- iv, 26 p., 1 leaf. 27 plates (part col.; incl. added t.-p., engr.) 26 cm.
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- BAC : Abbey, Life in England, 51 (Abbey copy).
BAC : Plate 9 bound in as frontispiece.
BAC : Text printed by J. Moyes.
BAC : First published in Ackermann's Repository of arts, 1825-27. Plates 15-16 and 22-23 in the present copy are in the opposite order in the Repository.
Also ascribed to A.W.N. Pugin. This book is not, however, in the bibliography of A.W.N. Pugin in Phoebe Stanton's Pugin (New York, 1972). Michael Trappes-Lomax, in Pugin, a mediaeval Victorian (London, 1932), ascribes it to A.C. Pugin, although a single plate ("A Gothic sofa", Nov. 1826) is credited to A.W.N. Pugin. In the Literary Gazette, no. 617, Nov. 15, 1828, p. 728, it is reviewed as being by the author of Specimens of Gothic architecture, Antiquities of Normandy & c. [i.e., A.C. Pugin].
Advertized as "just published" in Ackermann's Repository of arts, Feb., 1828, where it is priced at 25s, with colored engravings and letterpress. The present copy, however, has only one colored plate, and is priced at 10s 6d on the original paper label on the cover.
Text watermarked 1827; one plate watermarked 1836.
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