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Henry Woodyer: Gentleman Architect

£49.99

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University Of Reading, 2002, paperback, Elliott, John and Pritchard, John, eds

This books attempts to make Henry Woodyer (1816-1896) better known. His best works will stand comparison with those of the leading architects of the Gothic Revival and show a distinctive architectural personality. Yet he remains an obscure figure, perhaps from choice, he avoided publicity, joined no professional body,and would not enter competitions for public buildings. Woodyer lived and worked on his estate at Grafham near Guildfiord . He was responsible for 300 commissions, schools and churches and church restorations. He also had a long association with Hardman and Co stained glass makers. This book is a biographical catalogue of this work with contemporary drawings and photographs and extensive references.

Paperback is in excellent condition, no markings or annotations.

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Author(s):
Elliott, John and Pritchard, John, ed
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
28cm by 22 cm
Edition:
First
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0704913313
ISBN-13:
9780704913318
Number of pages:
300
Publisher:
Department of Continuing Education, University of Reading
Title:
Henry Woodyer: Gentleman Architect

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University Of Reading, 2002, paperback, Elliott, John and Pritchard, John, eds

This books attempts to make Henry Woodyer (1816-1896) better known. His best works will stand comparison with those of the leading architects of the Gothic Revival and show a distinctive architectural personality. Yet he remains an obscure figure, perhaps from choice, he avoided publicity, joined no professional body,and would not enter competitions for public buildings. Woodyer lived and worked on his estate at Grafham near Guildfiord . He was responsible for 300 commissions, schools and churches and church restorations. He also had a long association with Hardman and Co stained glass makers. This book is a biographical catalogue of this work with contemporary drawings and photographs and extensive references.

Paperback is in excellent condition, no markings or annotations.

Author(s):
Elliott, John and Pritchard, John, ed
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
28cm by 22 cm
Edition:
First
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0704913313
ISBN-13:
9780704913318
Number of pages:
300
Publisher:
Department of Continuing Education, University of Reading
Title:
Henry Woodyer: Gentleman Architect

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