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Pugin's Gothic Ornaments Selected From various Buildings in England and France drawn on Stone by J. D. Harding.

Augustus Charles Pugin

RA Collection: Book

Record number

20/162

Author

Imprint

[London: Published by A. Pugin, At His Office, 105, Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury: To Be Had Also Of J. Taylor, Architectural Library, 59, High Holborn; And Priestley And Weale, High Street, Bloomsbury], 1831

Physical Description

Litho. title-plate, 4p., 100, 21 litho. plates, litho. fly-title-plate; 288 mm.

General Note

This copy lacks the letterpress title-page: Gothic Ornaments, Selected From Various Ancient Buildings, Both In England And France, During The Years 1828, 1829, And 1830: By Augustus Pugin, Architect: Exhibiting Numerous Specimens Of Every Description Of Decorative Detail, From The Eleventh To The Beginning Of The Sixteenth Century. Drawn on Stone By J. D. Harding, Esq. Or Executed Under His Superintendence. London: Published by A. Pugin, At His Office, 105, Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury: To Be Had Also Of J. Taylor, Architectural Library, 59, High Holborn; And Priestley And Weale, High Street, Bloomsbury. 1831
This work was originally issued in five parts between June 1828 and April 1831. This copy is a later issue which includes the 21 plates issued as A Series Of Ornamental Timber Gables ... between May 1829 and March 1831. It includes, after the lithographed title-plate in this copy, the four-page 'List of Plates ...'. At the foot of p. 4 is the printer statement: 'London: J. Moyes, Castle Street, Leicester Square.' The final leaf in this copy is the lithographed fly-title-plate: Ornamental Gables Selected From ancient Samples in England. By Augs Pugin, Architect, & Drawn On Stone By His Pupil B. Ferrey. London. Published by A. Pugin, at his Office 105, Gt Russell Street, Bloomsbury. April 1831.

Binding Note

The spine is lettered in gold, 'Pugin's Gothic Ornaments'.

Subject

Decoration and ornament, Architectural, Decoration and ornament, Gothic, Decoration and ornament, Plant forms, Architecture British Isles Medieval Gothic (c.1200-1500), Architecture France Medieval Gothic (c.1200-1500)

Contributors

James Duffield Harding, lithographer
Joseph Nash, draughtsman
Benjamin Ferrey, draughtsman
Thomas Talbot Bury, draughtsman
John Adey Repton, draughtsman
James Moyes, printer
Charles Joseph Hullmandel, lithographic printer
Augustus Charles Pugin, source artist, publisher
Josiah Taylor, bookseller
Priestley and Weale, bookseller