Reprint of a source book from 1847 "An Analysis of Gothick Architecture" - otherwise known as Brandon's treatise, a classic survey of Gothic architecture featuring hundreds of precise pencil drawings of they key features and designs.
Doorways, tiles, windows, elevations, decorations, church and cathedral elements of all kinds, from crosses to fonts - all are shown here with clarity.
In a rich retrospective of ecclesiastical architecture through the Middle Ages, the Gothic style shines through in 158 expert illustrations. Details of piers and arches, roofs, porches, panels, and hinges, all reveal the intricate geometry of classic Gothic design. Illustrations:
700 black and white illustrationsAuthor:
Raphael Brandon and J. Arthur BrandonSize:
Permission FreeISBN 13: