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Later renaissance architecture in England; a series of examples of the domestic buildings erected subsequent to the Elizabethan period, ed., with introductory and descriptive text, by John Belcher, A.R.A., and Mervyn E. Macartney

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Belcher, John, d. 1913, ed., Editor
Later renaissance architecture in England; a series of examples of the domestic buildings erected subsequent to the Elizabethan period, ed., with introductory and descriptive text, by John Belcher, A.R.A., and Mervyn E. Macartney
Volume I
London: B.T. Batsford, 1901
49 cm.

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Contents

[Cover] [Later renaissance architecture in England, Vol. I]

[Half-Title] Later renaissance architecture in England, pp. [i]-[ii]

[Title Page] Later renaissance architecture in England; a series of examples of the domestic buildings erected subsequent to the Elizabethan period, pp. [iii]-[iv]

Preface, pp. [v]-vi

[Contents] Topographical list of subjects illustrated, pp. [vii]-viii

[Index] Index to the illustrations and descriptive text, pp. [ix]-xviii

List of subscribers

Introduction, pp. [1]-12

Descriptive and analytical notes, pp. [1]-64

Plate I. Greenwich Hospital. General view, p. Plate I.

Plate II. Greenwich Hospital. The colonnade, p. Plate II.

Plate III. Greenwich Hospital. View of main building, p. Plate III.

Plate IV. Greenwich Hospital. Interior of the chapel, p. Plate IV.

Plate V. Greenwich Hospital. Half west elevation with details, p. Plate V.

Plate VI. Greenwich Hospital. Half west elevation with details, p. Plate VI.

Plate VII. The Queen's house, Greenwich, p. Plate VII.

Plate VIII. Somerset House. View in the court yard, p. Plate VIII.

Plate IX. Somerset House. Water gate, p. Plate IX.

Plate X. Two London doorways. Mark Lane, E.C. [and] Grosvenor Road, S.W., p. Plate X.

Plate XI. Two doorways. Laurence Pountney Hill, E.C., p. Plate XI.

Plate XII. Christ's Hospital. South front, p. Plate XII.

Plate XIII. Christ's Hospital. Part elevation, p. Plate XIII.

Plate XIV. New River Water Company's offices. The drawing room, p. Plate XIV.

Plate XV. The hall of the Brewer's Company, p. Plate XV.

Plate XV.* The hall of the Brewers Company. The court room, p. Plate XV.*

Plate XVI. The Skinners' hall. The drawing room, p. Plate XVI.

Plate XVII. The home office. Front facing St. James's Park, p. Plate XVII.

Plate XVIII. The horse guards, Whitehall. The west front, p. Plate XVIII.

Plate XIX. The banqueting hall. Whitehall, p. Plate XIX.

Plate XX. The Admiralty, Whitehall. Board room chimney piece [and] A door in Ashburnham House, Westminster, p. Plate XX.

Plate XXI. Ashburnham House, Westminster. The staircase , p. Plate XXI.

Plate XXII. Ashburnham House, Westminster. Section of staircase, p. Plate XXII.

Plate XXIII. Ashburnham House, Westminster. Cupola over the staircase, p. Plate XXIII.

Plate XXIV. Eagle House, Mitcham, p. Plate XXIV.

Plate XXV. House at Eltham. The staircase, p. Plate XXV.

Plate XXVI. House at Eltham. Details of the staircase, p. Plate XXVI.

Plate XXVII. House at Eltham. The drawing room, p. Plate XXVII.

Plate XXVIII. Chelsea Hotel. Interior of the chapel, p. Plate XXVIII.

Plate XXIX. Houses in Cavendish Square, W., p. Plate XXIX.

Plate XXX. Ely House, Dover Street, W. [and] Corner House, South Audley Street, W., p. Plate XXX.

Plate XXXI. Fenton House, Hampshead, Elevation of front and gates in grounds, p. Plate XXXI.

Plate XXXII. The Bluecoat School, Westminster [and] houses in Great Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn, p. Plate XXXII.

Plate XXXIII. Deaf and Dumb Asylum, Clapton, N.E., p. Plate XXXIII.

Plate XXXIV. Alcove and banqueting hall, Kensington Gardens, p. Plate XXXIV.

Plate XXXV. Boodle's Club, St. James' Street, S.W. [and] the entrance, Kensington Palace, p. Plate XXXV.

Plate XXXVI. Morden College, Blackheath, Kent. Entrance and portion of court, p. Plate XXXVI.

Plate XXXVII. House on the parade, Arundel, Sussex. [and] Pendell House, Bletchingley, Surrey, p. Plate XXXVII.

Plate XXXVIII. Temple of Aeolus, Kew Gardens, p. Plate XXXVIII.

Plate XXXIX. Kew Palace. The south front, p. Plate XXXIX.

Plate XL. Earl of Burlington's villa at Chiswick, p. Plate XL.

Plate XLI. Ham House, Petersham. The entrance front, p. Plate XLI.

Plate XLII. Hampton Court Palace. The east front, p. Plate XLII.

Plate XLIII. Hampton Court Palace. The river front, p. Plate XLIII.

Plate XLIV. Hampton Court Palace. Central portion of the river front, p. Plate XLIV.

Plate XLV. Hampton Court Palace. The fountain court, p. Plate XLV.

Plate XLVI. Hampton Court Palace. Colonnade to King's entrance, p. Plate XLVI.

Plate XLVII. Hampton Court Palace. Fireplace in King William III's bed chamber, p. Plate XLVII.

Plate XLVIII. A house at Epsom. A chimney piece [and] the corridor, p. Plate XLVIII.

Plate XLIX. Rochester. The guildhall [and] the corn exchange, p. Plate XLIX.

Plate L. The Guildhall, Rochester. Elevation and details, p. Plate L.

Plate LI. Groombridge Place. The drawing room, p. Plate LI.

Plate LII. Groombridge Place, Kent. The west front, p. Plate LII.

Plate LIII. Groombridge Place. Elevation , p. Plate LIII.

Plate LIV. Groombridge Place. Details of entrance gates and portico, etc., p. Plate LIV.

Plate LV. A. Blue Coat School, Hertford. B. Shop at Lewes, p. Plate LV.

Plate LVI. Swan House, Chichester, p. Plate LVI.

Plate LVII. House in West Street, Chichester, p. Plate LVII.

Plate LVIII. House in West Street, Chichester. Elevation and details, p. Plate LVIII.

Plate LIX. House in High Street, Guildford. [and] The town hall, Guildford, p. Plate LIX.

Plate LX. The town hall, Guildford. Details, p. Plate LX.

Plate LXI. House in High Street, Guildford. The staircase, p. Plate LXI.

Plate LXII. Farnham Castle, Surrey. The chapel, p. Plate LXII.

Plate LXIII. Farnham Castle, Surrey. The staircase landing, p. Plate LXIII.

Plate LXIV. Farnham Castle, Surrey. Staircase and screen in the chapel, p. Plate LXIV.

Plate LXV. House at Farnham, Surrey, p. Plate LXV.

Plate LXVI. The grammar school, Rye, Sussex , p. Plate LXVI.

Plate LXVII. The Lucas Asylum, Wokingham, p. Plate LXVII.

Plate LXVIII. Winchester School. The great hall, p. Plate LXVIII.

Plate LXIX. Winchester School. The great hall, p. Plate LXIX.

Plate LXX. Wolvesey House, Winchester. Parts of north and south fronts, p. Plate LXX.

Plate LXX.* Wolvesey House, Winchester, p. Plate LXX.*

Plate LXXI. House on west side of Close, Salisbury, p. Plate LXXI.

Plate LXXII. House in the Close, Salisbury, p. Plate LXXII.

Plate LXXIII. House in the Close, Salisbury. Elevation with details of staircase etc., p. Plate LXXIII.

Plate LXXIV. House in the Close, Salisbury. Section shewing staircase with details, p. Plate LXXIV.

Plate LXXV. The Moot House, Downton near Salisbury, p. Plate LXXV.

Plate LXXVI. Amesbury Abbey, Wilts. Entrance front, p. Plate LXXVI.

Plate LXXVII. Wilton House, Wiltshire. The south front, p. Plate LXXVII.

Plate LXXVIII. Wilton House, Wiltshire. The Italian garden, p. Plate LXXVIII.

Plate LXXIX. Palladian Bridge, Wilton, p. Plate LXXIX.

Plate LXXX. Palladian Bridge, Wilton. The interior, p. Plate LXXX.

Plate LXXXI. Part of two houses, Blandford, p. Plate LXXXI.

Plate LXXXII. The town hall, Blandford, p. Plate LXXXIL.

Plate LXXXIII. Castle House, Buckingham. [and] Lower Lypiatt House, Gloucestershire, p. Plate LXXXIIL.

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