An attempt to discriminate the styles of architecture in England, from the conquest to the reformation … sixth edition, with considerable additions, chiefly historical, by John Henry Parker.
Oxford & London, John Henry and James Parker 1862.
8vo. xvi+464+(2)pp, (35) engr plates and tinted engr plans. Publisher’s gilt-stamped cloth, spine chipped and torn. Contemporary ink ownership inscription of T.A. Townsend, June 1869.
The sixth edition of this well-known book by the architect Thomas Rickman (1776-1841), with an added section by Rickman and William Twopeny (a chronological table of medieval architecture) and revisions to the summary of Greek and Roman architecture by Professor (Thomas Leverton) Donaldson.