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Pain, William, 1730?-1790?, Pain's British Palladio, 1790
Pain's British Palladio: or, The builder's general assistant. Demonstrating in the most easy and practical method, all the principal rules of architecture, from the ground plan to the ornamental finish. Illustrated with several new and useful designs of houses, with their plans, elevations, and sections. Also, clear and ample instructions, annexed to each subject, in letter-press; with a list of prices for materials and labour, and labour only ... The whole correctly engraved on forty-two folio copper-plates, from the original designs of William and James Pain.
- London, Printed for I. and J. Taylor, 1790.
- Physical Description:
- 4, 16 p. 42 plates (part double) 43 cm.
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- Full Orbis Record:
- Plates by Woodman & Mutlow; after the authors.
With this is bound: Taylor, I. and J., booksellers, London. A catalogue of modern books on architecture. London, ca. 1790.
- Subject Terms:
- Architecture.Building.Engraving -- Specimens -- 1790.I. and J. Taylor (Firm) -- Publisher.
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