Pugin. A mediaeval Victorian.
London, Sheed & Ward 1932.
8vo. (8) + 358pp, 8 photo plates. Publisher’s cloth, a little bumped at head of spine, but otherwise a good, clean copy. From the library of the Redemptorist monastery at Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire (closed in 1990), with their ownership stamp on inside front cover but no other library markings.
A sympathetic study of the younger Pugin which places him more securely in his Roman Catholic context than the nineteenth-century biography by Ferrey.