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Reason in architecture / lectures delivered at the Royal Academy of Arts in the year 1906 by T.G. Jackson.

Sir T.G. Jackson Bt. RA

RA Collection: Book

Record number

14/1538

Author

Imprint

London: John Murray, 1906

Physical Description

xvi, 189 p. 16 leaves of plates : ill., plans ; 23 cm.

Bibliography Note

Includes bibliography and index.

Contents

Introduction -- Construction and style -- Subordination of orders -- Construction the basis of architecture -- Development of vaulting and its effects -- Vaulting (continued) -- Art and construction -- Ancient example and modern practice.

Provenance

Inscribed in ink on front free-endpaper "Presented to the Royal Academy of Arts by the author, June 15 1906."

Subject

Architecture.
Speeches - Lectures - Great Britain - London - 19th century

Contributors