Book Description

An exhaustive study of the use of 'Tracery' in religious architecture from 1150 to 1350. ' ... an attempt to understand the thinking and lives and motivation of those remarkable eight generations, both in France and in England through Tracery ... ' in Cathedrals and churches.
Dealer Notes
Author Elvy, James.
Date 2001. (1st.ed).
Binding Hard cover in faux leather and with protective wrapper. The spine and upper cover lettered in gilt. Gilt decoration to upper cover.
Publisher Cinderhill Books, Mayfield, Sussex UK.
Illustrator 151 illusrations in the text. Black and white photographic, and a few colour, illustrations. Line illustrations and two maps.
Condition A fine clean copy.
Pages pp.xiv+406. c.21cm.

Price: £30.00

Offered by Peter Moore

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