An essay in defence of ancient architecture: or, A parallel of the ancient buildings with the modern: shewing the beauty and harmony of the former, and the irregularity of the latter. With impartial reflections on the reasons of the abuses introduced by our present builders. To which is annexed an inspectional table, universally useful. Illus. with sixteen copper-plates. London, printed for D. Browne, 1728.
|Main Author:||Morris, Robert, 1701-1754.|
[Farnborough, Eng., republished by Gregg International Publishers, 1971]
Architecture > Composition, proportion, etc.
Architecture > Early works to 1800.
Spine title: In defence of ancient architecture.
xxvii, 114 p. illus. 25 cm.
|Original Classification Number:||NA 2515 .M86 1971|
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