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" Gothic form, and of a style with the rest of the structure, which I would strictly adhere to throughout the whole intention. To deviate from the old form would be to run into a disagreeable mixture, which no person of a good taste could relish. "
Handbook of English Cathedrals: Canterbury, Peterborough, Durham, Salisbury ... - Page 452
by Mrs. Schuyler Van Rensselaer - 1893 - 483 pages
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A History of Ecclesiastical Architecture in England

George Ayliffe Poole - Church architecture - 1848 - 415 pages
...style with the rest of the structure, which I would strictly adhere to throughout the whole intention : to deviate from the old form would be to run into a disagreeable mixture, which no person of a good taste could relish. I have varied a little in giving twelve sides to the spire instead of eight,...
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A History of the Gothic Revival: An Attempt to Show how the Taste for ...

Charles Locke Eastlake - Architecture - 1872 - 427 pages
...structure, which I would strictly adhere to throughout the whole intention. To deviate from the whole form would be to run into a disagreeable mixture, which no person of a good taste could relish.' How far Sir Christopher maintained this resolution—or rather, let us...
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A History of the Three Cathedrals Dedicated to St. Paul in London: With ...

William Longman - Church architecture - 1873 - 226 pages
...GREAT FIRE. which I would strictly adhere to throughout the whole intention : to deviate from the wbolu form would be to run into a disagreeable mixture, which no person of taste could relish.' It is conceded thnt Wren made n design for the whole front, but he could not have superintended more...
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Sir Christopher Wren, His Family and His Times: With Original Letters and a ...

Lucy Phillimore - Architects - 1881 - 362 pages
...with the rest of the structure, which I would strictly adhere to, throughout the whole intention : to deviate from the old Form would be to run into a disagreeable mixture which no Person of a good Taste could relish. I have varied a little from the usual Form, in giving twelve sides to the...
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The Towers & Steeples Designed by Sir Christopher Wren: A Descriptive ...

Andrew Thomas Taylor - Architecture - 1881 - 47 pages
...style with the rest of the structure, which I would strictly adhere to throughout the whole intention. To deviate from the old form would be to run into a disagreeable mixture, which no person of a good taste could relish. I have varied a little from the usual form, in giving twelve sides to the...
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Sir Christopher Wren his family and his times, 1585-1723

Lucy Phillimore - 1881 - 44 pages
...with the rest of the structure, which I would strictly adhere to, throughout the whole intention : to deviate from the old Form would be to run into a disagreeable mixture which no Person of a good Taste could relish. I have varied a little from the usual Form, in giving twelve sides to the...
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The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, Volume 21; Volume 43

Josiah Gilbert Holland, Richard Watson Gilder - American literature - 1892
...of Charles I. and Iñigo Jones Gothickart (it sounds much more out of date with the contemporary k/) was quite dead and almost altogether despised. Wren...that "to deviate from the old form would be to run in to adisagreeable mixture which no person of taste could relish "; and even Old St. Paul's did not...
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Sir Christopher Wren

Lena Milman - Architects - 1908 - 367 pages
...Structure, which I would strictly adhere to, throughout the whole Intention: to deviate from the whole Form, would be to run into a disagreeable Mixture, which no Person of a good Taste could relish. I have varied a little from the usual Form, in giving twelve Sides to the...
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Sir Christopher Wren: Scientist, Scholar and Architect

Lawrence Weaver - Architects - 1923 - 173 pages
...Style with the rest of the Structure, which I would strictly adhere to, throughout the whole Intention: to deviate from the old Form would be to run into a disagreeable Mixture : which no Person of a good Taste could relish." He went on to talk of the north window, then stopped with plaster to prevent...
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The Question of Style in Philosophy and the Arts

Caroline Eck, James McAllister, Renée van de Vall - Philosophy - 1995 - 245 pages
...Style with the rest of the Structure, which I would strictly adhere to, throughout the whole Intention: to deviate from the old Form, would be to run into a disagreeable Mixture, which no person of a good Taste could relish.12 Well into the eighteenth century, different types of architecture were...
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