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CRAFTSMEN AND INTERIOR DECORATION IN ENGLAND 1660-1820.

BEARD, Geoffrey, 1929- : CRAFTSMEN AND INTERIOR DECORATION IN ENGLAND 1660-1820.

Edinburgh : John Bartholomew & Son, 1981. First edition. A handsome and scholarly survey, thoroughly illustrated. With sections on masters, men and materials; the magnificent houses; a dictionary of over 700 craftsmen and their known commissions, with a glossary; bibliography, etc.
Royal 4to (31cm). xxiv,(312)pp. Colour plates and 145 monochrome illustrations. Original cloth; a very good copy in the original photographic slip-case.

£100

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BOND, Francis, -1918 : GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE IN ENGLAND : AN ANALYSIS OF THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH CHURCH ARCHITECTURE FROM THE NORMAN CONQUEST TO THE DISSOLUTION OF THE MONASTERIES.

BOND, Francis, -1918 : GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE IN ENGLAND : AN ANALYSIS OF THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH CHURCH ARCHITECTURE FROM THE NORMAN CONQUEST TO THE DISSOLUTION OF THE MONASTERIES.

London : B. T. Batsford, 1905. First edition. Bond’s monumental account of gothic in England – rich in architectural detail of ridge-ribs, tiercerons, liernes, corbel-tables, gargoyles, dripstones, hood-moulds, and much more. Illustrated with 785 photographs, sketches and measured drawings, as well as 469 plans, sections, diagrams and moldings.
Crown 4to (27cm). xxii,782,[ii] + 24pp. Plates. Illustrations. Diagrams. Original buckram gilt; top edge gilt; faintly rubbed and a little sunned; some browning, spotting and tape-marks to endpapers, but otherwise a very good copy. From the library of the distinguished illustrator and architectural historian Geoffrey Fletcher (1923-2004), with his 1975 ownership inscription.

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BUMPUS, T. Francis (Thomas Francis), 1861-1916 : A GUIDE TO GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE.

BUMPUS, T. Francis (Thomas Francis), 1861-1916 : A GUIDE TO GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE.

London : T. Werner Laurie, [1914]. First edition. A thorough and fully-illustrated guide, with introductory matter on the evolution of church fabric, the Anglo-Norman and Transitional styles, much on Early English and the later Decorated Style, lists of the best English examples, with full comparison of other European work.
Demy 8vo (23cm). xii,(360),[iv]pp. Portrait. Numerous plates. Original decorative cloth; minor wear at head and tail, with neat repair at head; endpapers a little tanned; some spotting, mainly of edges; a good copy. With the 1926 ownership inscription of H. G. Askwith, and his occasional pencilled underlining, and the later (1972) ownership inscription of the distinguished artist and architectural historian, Geoffrey Scowcroft Fletcher (1923-2004).

£25

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CHERRY, Bridget & PEVSNER, Nikolaus, 1902-1983 : DEVON.

CHERRY, Bridget & PEVSNER, Nikolaus, 1902-1983 : DEVON.

London : Penguin Books, (1989). Second edition : combines and much amplifies the original North Devon and South Devon volumes published in 1952. In the celebrated "Buildings of England" series.
Demy 8vo (23cm). 976pp. Plates. Map. Original rexine; very good in a just slightly used dust-jacket.

£25

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CROSBY, Theo, 1925-1994 - editor : LE CORBUSIER : ARCHITECTURE : PAINTING : SCULPTURE : TAPESTRIES.

Liverpool : Walker Art Gallery / London : Building Centre, (1958). First edition. The illustrated catalogue of the exhibition held in Liverpool and London in the winter of 1958-1959. Includes Herbert Read on Le Corbusier as a poet, further essays, a chronology, a bibliography, and numerous illustrations.
Medium 8vo. 120pp. Photographs. Illustrations. Advertisements. With the separately printed lecture list loosely inserted. Original wrappers; spine faintly tanned, but otherwise a very good copy.

£15

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FENN, Amor : DESIGN AND TRADITION : A SHORT ACCOUNT OF THE PRINCIPLES AND HISTORIC DEVELOPMENT OF ARCHITECTURE AND THE APPLIED ARTS.

London : Chapman & Hall, 1920. First edition. A handsomely illustrated history of architecture and design, with sections on mouldings, architectural proportions, surface division, conventional ornament, design treatment, mythology and symbolism, ways and means, etc. In the Universal Art Series.
Demy 8vo. xx,376pp. Plates. Numerous illustrations. Original decorative cloth; some minor spotting, mainly of edges; endpapers lightly tanned, but otherwise a very good, bright and sound copy in the dust-jacket.

£40

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AN ILLUSTRATED HANDBOOK OF ARCHITECTURE : BEING A CONCISE AND POPULAR ACCOUNT OF THE DIFFERENT STYLES PREVAILING IN ALL AGES AND COUNTRIES.

FERGUSSON, James, 1808-1886 : AN ILLUSTRATED HANDBOOK OF ARCHITECTURE : BEING A CONCISE AND POPULAR ACCOUNT OF THE DIFFERENT STYLES PREVAILING IN ALL AGES AND COUNTRIES.

London : John Murray, 1855. First edition : a secondary issue, the two volumes bound in one and with the advertisements dated November 1856. Fergusson's great strengths as an architectural historian were firstly that having spent ten years in India he had a much wider range of interest than most Europeans - his initial chapters are on Buddhist and Jaina architecture, Hindu architecture, and the architecture of China and South and Central America. And secondly, he was completely unafraid of defying conventional opinion. Popular his book certainly was, but at over 1,000 pages (and with more than 800 illustrations) only a rather modest Victorian might have regarded it as concise.
Two volumes bound in one. Demy 8vo (24cm). (lx),1004 + 32pp. Frontispiece and 837 illustrations. Original blind-stamped cloth; the binding expertly recased and refurbished; endpapers replaced; one preliminary leaf re-margined; a few minor nicks and spots, but a very good and solid copy. From the library of the distinguished illustrator and architectural historian Geoffrey Fletcher (1923-2004), with his ownership inscription and note that the book was repaired in 1976.

£100

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VICTORIAN TASTE : SOME SOCIAL ASPECTS OF ARCHITECTURE AND INDUSTRIAL DESIGN, FROM 1820-1900.

GLOAG, John (John Edwards), 1896-1981 : VICTORIAN TASTE : SOME SOCIAL ASPECTS OF ARCHITECTURE AND INDUSTRIAL DESIGN, FROM 1820-1900.

London : Adam & Charles Black, (1962). First edition. A masterly and richly illustrated study, with much in passing on Isambard Kingdom Brunel, cast iron, the gothic revival - both Christian and commercial, John Claudius Loudon, William Morris, A. W. N. Pugin, John Ruskin, George Gilbert Scott, etc.
Crown 4to (26cm). xvi,(176)pp. Plates. Numerous illustrations. Original cloth; a couple of slight marks, but a very good copy in a lightly sunned dust-jacket. From the library of the distinguished artist and architectural historian, Geoffrey Scowcroft Fletcher (1923-2004), with his occasional annotation, nine of his photographs of nineteenth-century Oxford buildings taken in 1968 loosely inserted, as well as several related press-cuttings (two articles by John Betjeman, etc).

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GODFREY, Walter H. (Walter Hindes), 1881-1961 : A HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE IN AND AROUND LONDON : ARRANGED TO ILLUSTRATE THE COURSE OF ARCHITECTURE IN ENGLAND UNTIL THE END OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY, WITH A LIST OF PRINCIPAL TWENTIETH-CENTURY BUILDINGS.

London : Phoenix House, (1962). First edition thus. A wholly revised edition of Godfrey's classic "A History of Architecture in London" (1911), extending his original text on into the twentieth century and the geographical coverage out to a radius of forty miles from the capital. A richly illustrated history of English architecture as demonstrated in surviving London buildings - "no major building of architectural merit from Norman to our own time is overlooked".
Demy 8vo. (xx),264pp. Plates. Illustrations. Original cloth gilt; a very good copy in a lightly worn dust-jacket.

£25

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THE ANTIQUARIAN ITINERARY, COMPRISING SPECIMENS OF ARCHITECTURE, MONASTIC, CASTELLATED, AND DOMESTIC; WITH OTHER VESTIGES OF ANTIQUITY IN GREAT BRITAIN. ACCOMPANIED WITH DESCRIPTIONS.

[GREIG, John] : THE ANTIQUARIAN ITINERARY, COMPRISING SPECIMENS OF ARCHITECTURE, MONASTIC, CASTELLATED, AND DOMESTIC; WITH OTHER VESTIGES OF ANTIQUITY IN GREAT BRITAIN. ACCOMPANIED WITH DESCRIPTIONS.

London : for the Proprietors, by William Clarke; J. Murray; S. Bagster [and others], 1815-1818. First edition. A charming compilation, originally published in monthly parts, bringing images and descriptions of out of the way architecture and antiquities throughout England, Wales and Scotland. The images, many of them the earliest known of the various towns, buildings and architectural features, were supplied by an array of local and travelling artists, including principally John Hassell, George Arnald, Frederick Wilton Litchfield Stockdale, Luke Clennell and William Deeble - the plates engraved by Greig himself, some from his own designs, as well as Thomas Higham, Edward John Roberts, William Wallis, John Charles Varrall, Deeble himself and numerous others. Although generally ascribed to Greig's former partner, the artist and engraver James Sargant Storer, Storer was by now working with his son on other projects - his name appears nowhere in the credits and the work would appear undoubtedly to be Greig's, he himself engraving around one third of the plates. The engraved plates are supplemented by hundreds of anonymous but exquisitely worked head and tailpieces giving further detail.
Seven volumes. Foolscap 8vo (157 x 99mm). 336 engraved plates. Head and tailpieces. Bound in a stylish nineteenth-century half tan calf, banded and richly gilt; burgundy labels; marbled sides; sprinkled edges; some minor rubbing; a few faint signs of age and use; some browning and spotting, but a very pretty set. Ownership inscription of J. Atkins in each volume.

£500

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NAIRN, Ian, 1930-1983 & PEVSNER, Nikolaus, 1902-1983 : SUSSEX.

Harmondsworth : Penguin Books, (1965). First edition. In the celebrated "Buildings of England" series.
Crown 8vo. 692,[xii]pp. Plates. Maps. Original cloth; very slightly bruised, but a very good copy in the original dust-jacket - just lightly used.

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THE MANSIONS OF THE ENGLAND IN THE OLDEN TIME.

NASH, Joseph, 1809-1878 : THE MANSIONS OF THE ENGLAND IN THE OLDEN TIME.

London : The Studio, 1906. New edition. A fresh version of the plates from Nash's monumental work originally published in four volumes between 1839 and 1849 - the 104 plates carefully reproduced at reduced size, and forming as fine a record as there is of English Tudor and Elizabethan architecture, especially strong on the interiors. With an introduction by Charles Harrison Townsend.
Small folio (30cm). [8],(viii)pp + 104 plates. Original cloth gilt over bevelled boards; top edge gilt; lightly sunned and very slightly bruised, but a very good copy. From the library of the distinguished artist and architectural historian, Geoffrey Scowcroft Fletcher (1923-2004), with his ownership inscription.

£50

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OSBORNE, A.L. (Arthur Leslie) : A DICTIONARY OF ENGLISH DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE.

London : Country Life, (1954). First edition. A neatly worked dictionary of architectural terms, attractively illustrated with explanatory drawings.
Crown 4to. (112)pp. Illustrations. Original boards; a few slight spots; mild tanning of endpapers, but a very good copy in a slightly chipped, lightly nicked and price-clipped dust-jacket.

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PARKER, John Henry, 1806-1884 : A CONCISE GLOSSARY OF TERMS USED IN GRECIAN, ROMAN, ITALIAN, AND GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE.

Oxford & London : James Parker & Co., 1879. Fifth edition. A highly useful illustrated dictionary of architecture - from abacus to zig-zag - which retained its popularity well into the twentieth century and remains in print to the present day. First published in 1846.
Foolscap 8vo (18cm). [iv],(336) + 8pp. Folding frontispiece in two colours. Numerous illustrations, diagrams, etc. Original decorative cloth gilt; lightly rubbed and a little sunned; a few faint spots, but a very good copy. From the library of the distinguished artist and architectural historian, Geoffrey Scowcroft Fletcher (1923-2004), with his ownership inscription.

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PEVSNER, Nikolaus (Sir Nikolaus Bernhard), 1902-1983 : MIDDLESEX.

London : Penguin Books, (1951). First edition : the wrappers issue. Pevsner incisive on the merits and demerits of the built heritage of the much abused county. In the celebrated "Buildings of England" series.
Crown 8vo. 204,[iv]pp. Plates. Map. Original wrappers; a little rubbed and sunned; one of the blank pages supplied for making notes has been so used; a good copy.

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PEVSNER, Nikolaus (Sir Nikolaus Bernhard), 1902-1983 : SHROPSHIRE.

London : Penguin Books, (1958). First edition : the hardback issue. In the celebrated "Buildings of England" series.
Crown 8vo. 368pp. Plates. Map. Original cloth; very good in a just lightly used dust-jacket.

£25

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ROYAL COMMISSION ON HISTORICAL MONUMENTS (ENGLAND) : AN INVENTORY OF THE HISTORICAL MONUMENTS IN HERTFORDSHIRE.

London : His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1911. A reprint of the original 1910 edition of the very first of the Royal Commission county surveys, giving a general historical introduction followed by a parish-by-parish inventory of all the known survivals dating from pre-1700. With a glossary, a schedule of the monuments "especially worthy of preservation", etc.
Demy 4to. xvi,(312)pp. Plates. Folding map & plans. Original cloth; mild spotting of edges, but a very good copy.

£125

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ROYAL COMMISSION ON HISTORICAL MONUMENTS (ENGLAND) : AN INVENTORY OF THE HISTORICAL MONUMENTS IN LONDON. VOLUME II. WEST LONDON. EXCLUDING WESTMINSTER ABBEY.

London : His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1925. First edition. A general historical introduction followed by an illustrated borough-by-borough inventory of all the known survivals dating from pre-1714. Covers rather more of London than the title might imply - Battersea, Chelsea, Finsbury, Fulham, Hammersmith, Hampstead, Holborn, Islington, Kensington, Lambeth, Paddington, St. Marylebone, St. Pancras, Stoke Newington, Wandsworth and Westminster. With supplementary material on the early heraldry, a glossary, index, etc.
Demy 4to. xxiv,194pp. 235 plates. Folding coloured map in pocket. Original decorative cloth; a very good copy.

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RUSKIN, John, 1819-1900 : THE SEVEN LAMPS OF ARCHITECTURE.

RUSKIN, John, 1819-1900 : THE SEVEN LAMPS OF ARCHITECTURE.

London : Smith, Elder & Co., 1849. First edition. The Lamps of Sacrifice, Truth, Power, Beauty, Life, Memory and Obedience - the first of Ruskin's works to bear his name and one of the nineteenth century's greatest and most influential texts, illustrated with his own stone-etched plates. Although the Gothic Revival was already well underway, it was Ruskin who gave it its moral credo and turned it into a national movement - a book which Marcel Proust claimed to know by heart.
Crown 4to (251 x 169mm). (xii),(206)pp. Fourteen lithographed plates. Errata slip. Bound, without half-title and advertisement leaves, in a lavish near contemporary full vellum, red bands and black labels, heavily worked in gilt, by Henry Stamper (1802?-1887) of Soho; panelled boards; decorated edges and turn-ins; all edges gilt; marbled endpapers; some minor wear and light bruising; a few slight marks, but a very good copy in a handsome binding by one of the leading London binders of the period.

£500

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THE SEVEN LAMPS OF ARCHITECTURE.

RUSKIN, John, 1819-1900 : THE SEVEN LAMPS OF ARCHITECTURE.

London : Smith, Elder & Co., 1849. First edition. The lamps of Sacrifice, Truth, Power, Beauty, Life, Memory and Obedience - the first of Ruskin's works to bear his name and one of the nineteenth century's greatest and most influential texts, illustrated with his own stone-etched plates.
Crown 4to (27cm). (xii),(206) + 16pp advertisements. Fourteen lithographed plates. Promotional slip for the forthcoming "Stones of Venice". Original cloth in an elaborate design in blind; top edge gilt; skilfully rebacked and repaired, retaining the original cloth spine; endpapers replaced; corners lightly worn; a few minor marks and spots, but overall still a very good copy.

£250

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REMARKS ON SECULAR & DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE, PRESENT & FUTURE.

SCOTT, Sir George Gilbert, 1811-1878 : REMARKS ON SECULAR & DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE, PRESENT & FUTURE.

London : John Murray, 1857. First edition. More or less a manifesto from the great architect of St. Pancras, the Albert Memorial, the Foreign Office, etc. - modifying the gothic vision by incorporating plate glass and cast iron as he urges a national style.
Demy 8vo (24cm). xii,(286),[ii]pp. Vignette title. Original blind-stamped cloth by Edmonds & Remnants, with their ticket; some wear at head; small label removed from spine, leaving a slight trace; a few slight spots and light creases, but a very good copy. Contemporary ownership inscription and armorial bookplate of William Lipscomb - probably the Wakefield magistrate of that name.

£200

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SHARP, Dennis (Dennis Charles), 1933-2010 : THE PICTURE PALACE AND OTHER BUILDINGS FOR THE MOVIES.

SHARP, Dennis (Dennis Charles), 1933-2010 : THE PICTURE PALACE AND OTHER BUILDINGS FOR THE MOVIES.

London : Hugh Evelyn, (1969). First edition. A fine illustrated study of cinema architecture – with chapters on the precursors; kinetoscope parlour to nickelodeon; the itinerant show; pre Great War cinemas in Britain; the American origins; British cinema in the 1920s; the advent of talkies; the super cinema; continental cinemas; design considerations in the 1930s; drive-ins, news-theatres and art-cinemas; post-war innovation and experiment, etc.
Post 4to (26cm). 224pp. Illustrations and diagrams throughout, some in colour. Original cloth; very good in a just lightly used dust-jacket. From the library of the distinguished illustrator and architectural historian Geoffrey Fletcher (1923-2004), with his ownership inscription – a review copy, with Fletcher’s 1969 Daily Telegraph review tipped in.

£50

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BRICK AND MARBLE IN THE MIDDLE AGES : NOTES OF A TOUR IN THE NORTH OF ITALY.

STREET, George Edmund, 1824-1881 : BRICK AND MARBLE IN THE MIDDLE AGES : NOTES OF A TOUR IN THE NORTH OF ITALY.

London : John Murray, 1855. First edition. The architect of the Law Courts in the Strand examines the Romanesque and Gothic of Basle and Zurich, as well as Bergamo, Brescia, Verona, Padua, Venice, Mantua, Cremona, Milan, etc., as he expounds the principles of eclecticism that were to make him the leading exponent of "High Victorian" in architecture.
Demy 8vo (24cm). xx,(288) + 32pp advertisements dated January 1856. Six chromolitho plates by Ford and West from Street's own drawings; three similar sepia plates by the anastatic process; twenty-five wood-engraved plates by Orlando Jewitt and others. Numerous illustrations in text. Original cloth, decorated in gilt and blind; expertly recased, tightened and refurbished; endpapers replaced; gilt on spine much dulled; some marks and occasional discolouration to margins; a good, complete and serviceable copy. From the library of the distinguished illustrator and architectural historian Geoffrey Fletcher (1923-2004), with his original 1942 ownership inscription and his further ownership inscription on the replacement endpapers, presumably added at the time of the book's repair.

£125

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TYRRELL-GREEN, E. (Edmund), 1864-1937 : PARISH CHURCH ARCHITECTURE.

London : Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, (1924). First edition. An absorbing study in the Historic Monuments of England series, with chapters on the varieties of plan; materials; pre-Conquest Romanesque; Norman Romanesque; the Transition; Early English; Decorated; Perpendicular; Renaissance, etc.
Demy 8vo (23cm). 246,[ii]pp. Plates. Illustrations. Map. Original cloth; contemporary inscription; edges a little spotted; mild tanning of endpapers, but a very good, bright and sound copy. From the library of the distinguished illustrator and architectural historian Geoffrey Fletcher (1923-2004), with his 1987 ownership inscription.

£40

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