Grotesque architecture, or, Rural amusement : consisting of plans, elevations, and sections, for huts, retreats, summer and winter hermitages, terminaries, Chinese, Gothic, and natural grottos, cascades, baths, mosques, Moresque pavilions, grotesque and rustic seats, green-houses, &c. : many of which may be executed with flints, irregular stones, rude branches, and roots of trees : the whole containing twenty-eight new designs, with scales to each : to which is added, an explanation, with the method of executing them / by William Wrighte, architect.
|Main Author:||Wrighte, William.|
|Related Names:||Taylor, Isaac 1730-1807., Thornthwaite, A. 18th cent.|
London : Printed for I. and J. Taylor, at the Architectural Library ..., MDCCXC 
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Grotesque in architecture
> Early works to 1800.
Garden ornaments and furniture > Early works to 1800.
Garden structures > Early works to 1800.
Architecture, Domestic > Designs and plans > Early works to 1800.
Illustrations: engraved frontispiece and 28 numbered leaves of plates by Isaac Taylor after A. Thornthwaite.
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