Oxford Jackson: architecture, education, status, and style 1835-1924
This is the first biography of T. G. Jackson, an architect who transformed the image of Oxford, rebuilt public schools, and became a leading architect of the arts and crafts movement. Although many of his buildings are famous, until now he has been little known. Yet his work illuminates a whole society as well as an individual.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
academic Architectural History Architectural Review Architecture London artists arts and crafts Balliol Basil Champneys Bodley Book Brasenose Brighton College Builder building built Cambridge Review CamUR career chapel Church College Archive commissioned contemporaries crafts movement Cranbrook Education England English Eton Examination Schools Fellows G. A. Oxon G. F. Bodley G. G. Scott Geol Giggleswick School Gilbert Scott Gothic Architecture Gothic Revival Graham Jackson Guild Hall Harrow Headmaster Hertford College Hughes Papers Ibid ICBS important intellectual aristocracy J. J. Stevenson John Jowett Kensington Lethaby Letters Library Memorial Minutes Modern Gothic Architecture Mordaunt Crook nineteenth century Nonetheless Norman Shaw Oxford High School Oxford Magazine party of progress Pevsner plans public school Radley Recollections reform Reginald Blomfield Renaissance restoration Riley Royal Rugby Ruskin Sedgwick Museum Sir Nicholas Jackson Society SPAB Street success T. G. Jackson Thomas Travels Uncat Uncatalogued University Uppingham Wadham College whilst William Morris writing wrote