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Early Renaissance Architecture in England: A Historical Descriptive Account of the Tudor, Elizabethan Jacobean Periods, 1500-1625, for the Use of Students and Others ePub download

by John Alfred Gotch

  • Author: John Alfred Gotch
  • ISBN: 1142460630
  • ISBN13: 978-1142460631
  • ePub: 1239 kb | FB2: 1413 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Architecture
  • Publisher: Nabu Press (January 3, 2010)
  • Pages: 512
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Early Renaissance Architecture in England: A Historical  Descriptive Account of the Tudor, Elizabethan  Jacobean Periods, 1500-1625, for the Use of Students and Others ePub download

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They set themselves resolutely to revive the architecture which had been one of the glories of ancient Rome; but they could not, even had they wished it, free themselves from the spirit of their own age, and the result was the development of a kind of architecture which used old forms in new ways, and which has gained the distinguishing title of the.

Gotch, J. Alfred (John Alfred) 1852-1942. Architecture - England. with eighty-seven collotype and other plates and two hundred and thirty illustrations in the text.

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Book Format: Choose an option. England, in common with the rest of North-western Europe, was the home of Gothic architecture, instinct with the mystery and romantic spirit of the Middle Ages

Book Format: Choose an option. England, in common with the rest of North-western Europe, was the home of Gothic architecture, instinct with the mystery and romantic spirit of the Middle Ages. Italy was the home of Classic architecture, which it had cherished since the great days of Rome. The Gothic manner was never thoroughly acquired in Italy, even in those parts which lay nearest to France and Germany, although it affected their buildings to a certain extent.

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