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The Architectural Record, Vol. 41

  • Couverture cartonnée
  • 618 Nombre de pages
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Excerpt from The Architectural Record, Vol. 41: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine of Architecture and the Allied Arts and Crafts; January-June, 1917

In discussing the relations of the Eng lish and French styles the critics are di vided into three schools: the ultra-eng lish, who deny or minimize the French influence; the ultra-french, who magnify the French at the expense of the English share in the development of the style; and a third group who recognize certain French origins and in uences, but give full credit to the English for what they developed out of these foreign elements. TO the first class belong J. H. Parker (introduction to Gothic Architecture) and E. S. Prior, author of an excellent ac'count of Gothic Architecture in Eng land. TO the second class belong Pro fessor Moore and the Frenchman Cor royer. To the third we must assign Viol~ let-le-duc, the Frenchman; Sir J. Fer gusson, Professor Simpson and Sir T. G. Jackson among English writers, and Mr. R. Sturgis and Professor Frothingham, the Americans. These lists are, Of course, not exhaustive; they are intended merely to give an idea of the attitude of a_ few of_the more prominent writers on the subject.

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Titre: The Architectural Record, Vol. 41
Sous-titre: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine of Architecture and the Allied Arts and Crafts; January-June, 1917 (Classic Reprint)
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Code EAN: 9781527802926
ISBN: 1527802922
Format: Couverture cartonnée
nombre de pages: 618
Poids: 816g
Taille: H229mm x B152mm x T32mm
Année: 2017