Neale, J. P. (John Preston), 1780-1847, Jones' views of the seats, mansions, castles, etc. of noblemen and gentlemen, in England .., [1829-31]
Jones' views of the seats, mansions, castles, etc. of noblemen and gentlemen, in England ...
- London, Jones and Co. [1829-31]
- Physical Description:
- 3 v. plates. 28 cm.
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- BAC : Plates by Percy Heath, W. Radclyffe, W. Farthorne, Letitia Byrne, C. Mottram, T. Barber, C. Castles, H.W. Bond, J. Mucklow, H. Jorden, F.H. Ray, J. Hinchliffe, S. Lacey, W. Wallis
Plates dated 1829-31.
Added t.-p.'s, engraved: Jones' views of the seats, mansions, castles, & c. of noblemen and gentlemen in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland ... London, Jones & Co., 1829. Volume 3 has no letterpress t.-p., and the engraved t.-p. continues: "2d series comprising the western counties."
The text and plates (here re-engraved) have been taken from Views of the seats of noblemen and gentlemen, in England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland, [1st-]2d series, published 1818-29, with plates after J.P. Neale, and text by Thomas Moule. The present 3 vols. of English seats were continued by plates and text for Scottish seats (taken from the same source), published without a title page, and intended by the publisher to be bound up with John Britton's Modern Athens, according to wrappers for the parts of that volume, in the British Art Center. H. Gastineau's Wales illustrated does not seem to be a continuation of this series (although it is treated as such in the British Museum Catalogue), having no such series statement, and having text and plates unrelated to the earlier Neale-Moule work.
- Subject Terms:
- Great Britain -- Pictorial works.Historic buildings -- England.
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