Studies of Ancient Domestic Architecture: Principally Selected from Original Drawings in the Collection of the Late Sir William Burrell, Bart., with Some Brief Observations on the Application of Ancient Architecture to the Pictorial Composition of Modern Edifices
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absurd ANCIENT DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE apertures appearance architect architectural composition arrangement of plan artistic attention beautiful becomes blank building centre division character chimney stacks consistency contrast convenience of arrangement convenient arrangement corbel cornices decoration defects degree destroyed dignity EDWARD BUCKTON LAMB equal evident example Plate exceedingly expression extent eye to rest fitness of purpose former style gables give Goth Gothic Gothic Architecture harmony of construction harmony of form improvements inconvenience instances light and shade lucarnes manner marked masses materials means mind modern Architecture modern purposes mullions and transoms necessity object Old English ornament perfect picturesque effect plain surface plinth position possess precedent present day principles of art projections proper propriety re-produced regard render satisfactory SIR WILLIAM BURRELL Somers Clarke space stone Street Architecture string mouldings style of art subordinate sufficient Sussex taste uniformity of outline uniting the whole unity variety of form whereas