Modern English architecture.
New York, Charles Scribners’ Sons nd (1924 ?).
8vo. xvi + 267 + (1)pp, photo frontispiece. (82) photo plates. Publisher’s decorative cloth, slightly bumped at head and foot of spine. Two old pencil ownership inscriptions on front free endpaper.
The author was an art critic, not an architect, and his book was written too early to take any account of the impact on English architecture of European modernism, but it is not without merit as a survey of what were then considered to be the best examples of buildings designed by English architects during the first quarter of the twentieth century. It also provides short biographical notes on some seventy-five prominent architects of the period.