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A series of views, illustrative of Pugin's Examples of Gothic Architecture: sketched from nature, and drawn on stone, by Joseph Nash, pupil to Augustus Pugin. With letter-press descriptions, by W. H. Leeds.

Joseph Nash

RA Collection: Book

Record number

19/1820

Author

Imprint

London: Published by A. Pugin, at his office, 105, Great Russell, Bloomsbury, M.DCCC.XXX [1830]

Physical Description

iv, 20 p., additional lithographed title-plate, 22 lithographed plates: illus.; 285 mm.

General Note

This work was issued as a supplement to volume I of Augustus Pugin's 'Examples of Gothic architecture' (1831) and appears bound at the end of this library's copy of volume I (q.v.). The lithographic title-plate is lettered 'views illustrative of pugin's Examples of Gothic architecture' within an image of the gateway of Parsonage House, Croydon. The title-plate is dated March 1830. The printer statement appears on the verso of the title-page: 'London: J. Moyes, Took's Court, Chancery Lane.' One of the plates,' Archbishop's Palace, Croydon' [plate 8], appears in this copy to be cut and pasted to a sheet at the end of the work with a note in pencil written above: 'This is Plate 8. Guard Chamber Croydon Palace issued only as a tailpiece.'

Binding Note

As bound at the end of another work, this publication is found in a volume with spine title, 'Pugin's Gothic Architecture', 'Vol. I.' and 'R.A.'

Subject

Architecture, Gothic England

Contributors

Joseph Nash, source artist
Joseph Nash, lithographer
Augustus Charles Pugin, publisher
Charles Joseph Hullmandel, lithographic printer
James Moyes, printer