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Slide set: Church architecture (lecture: Newton & Co., 23 slides, in/before 1912)

Descriptive data for this set (listed below slide images)
Slide 1
Church Windows, explanatory diagram, showing how the arches are struck from one, two, three, or four centres
Slide 2
Church Windows, supposed Saxon, single lights
Slide 3
Church Windows, Early English, 3 or more lights
Slide 4
Church Windows, Early English, Geometrical Tracery
Slide 5
Church Windows, Early English, Flowing Tracery (partly Flamboyant)
Slide 6
Church Windows, Early English, Perpendicular
Slide 7
Norman Doorways and Chancel Arches
Slide 8
Norman Bases and Capitals
Slide 9
Early English Capitals and Bases
Slide 10
Early English Capitals, Decorated
Slide 11
Early English Capitals and Bases, Perpendicular
Slide 12
Early English Pillars and Mouldings
Slide 13
Early English Pillars and Mouldings,Decorated
Slide 14
Early English Pillars and Mouldings, Perpendicular
Slide 15
Norman, Piscina, Sexpartite Vault Transition groined with Moulded Ribs
Slide 16
Early English Mouldings (Tooth Ornament), Piscina
Slide 17
Early English Doorway (Perpendicular), Piscina, Decorated and Perpendicular
Slide 18


no image available
Slide 19


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Slide 20


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Slide 21


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Slide 22


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Slide 23


no image available
Number of slides
23
Manufacturer

Newton & Co., England

Other related organisation

in stock of Newton & Co., 1912 (item ref. GI)

Main type of image
unknown
Main usage of set
lecture
Date of first manufacture
unknown  (latest possible 1912)
Notes
The book referred to in the Newton catalogue reference is probably John Henry Parker, A glossary of architecture (Oxford: Parker, 1840), though Parker published a number of similarly-titled books on this subject.
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Lucerna ID  3007692

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 15 December 2013

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