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Georgian Hull

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Product description

"This is the first book devoted to the architectural heritage of 18th and earlier 19th century Hull. The many illustrations, almost all taken especially for the purpose, reveal not only the principle surviving buildings, but also some of those recently demolished. There is a full chapter upon the art and architecture commissioned by the Trinity House. Special attention has been paid to Hull craftsmen - as silversmiths or painters of stage scenery, as woodcarvers, stonemasons or ornamental plasterers, and emphasis has been placed upon the development and continuity of local style from the latter half of the 17th to the first half of the 19th centuries."

a short (120 page) study of Georgian Hull and its architecture, published 1979. Extensively illustrated with B&W photographs, maps and architectural drawings.
Hardcover copy, in excellent condition. Appears to be a proof copy as has the copy-editors 'errors detected' list pasted in.

Item details

Author(s):
Ivan and Elisabeth Hall
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
Proof copy?
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
120
Publisher:
William Session Ltd in association with Hull Civic Society
Title:
Georgian Hull

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"This is the first book devoted to the architectural heritage of 18th and earlier 19th century Hull. The many illustrations, almost all taken especially for the purpose, reveal not only the principle surviving buildings, but also some of those recently demolished. There is a full chapter upon the art and architecture commissioned by the Trinity House. Special attention has been paid to Hull craftsmen - as silversmiths or painters of stage scenery, as woodcarvers, stonemasons or ornamental plasterers, and emphasis has been placed upon the development and continuity of local style from the latter half of the 17th to the first half of the 19th centuries."

a short (120 page) study of Georgian Hull and its architecture, published 1979. Extensively illustrated with B&W photographs, maps and architectural drawings.
Hardcover copy, in excellent condition. Appears to be a proof copy as has the copy-editors 'errors detected' list pasted in.

Author(s):
Ivan and Elisabeth Hall
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
Proof copy?
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
120
Publisher:
William Session Ltd in association with Hull Civic Society
Title:
Georgian Hull

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