An History Of The Origin And Establishment Of Gothic Architecture; Comprehending Also An Account, From His Own Writing, Of Caesar Caesarianus, The First Professed Commentator On Vitruvius, And Of His Translation Of That Author; An Investigation Of The Principles And Proportions Of That Style Of Architecture Called The Gothic; And An Inquiry Into The Mode Painting Upon And Staining Glass, As practiced in the ecclesiastical Structures of the middle ages. John Sidney Hawkins.

An History Of The Origin And Establishment Of Gothic Architecture; Comprehending Also An Account, From His Own Writing, Of Caesar Caesarianus, The First Professed Commentator On Vitruvius, And Of His Translation Of That Author; An Investigation Of The Principles And Proportions Of That Style Of Architecture Called The Gothic; And An Inquiry Into The Mode Painting Upon And Staining Glass, As practiced in the ecclesiastical Structures of the middle ages

London: J. Taylor, 1813. First edition. Hardcover. 251 [10 Index] pages. 25 x 16 cm. 11 engraved plates, four are folding. A learned antiquary whom whom Gentleman's Magazine described as ill tempered. Interior contents generally clean, modest surface rubbing. 19th century three quarter morocco and marbled boards. Teg. Very good. Item #20847

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