An Architectural History of Bristol is the long awaited successor to Bristol, an Architectural History. It features stunning new colour photography whilst retaining the best of the original black and white illustrations.
Published to accompany the 2004-2005 Leeds City Art Gallery exhibition, this fully illustrated book charts the transformation of Newby Hall, near Ripon, and the work of some of the leading architects of the eighteenth century.
Nidderdale Marble is a variety of crinoidal limestone, a distinctive stone used in decorative work in the churches and abbeys of northern England. Fountains Abbey and the neighbouring Fountains Hall are the only known buildings where Nidderdale Marble was used.
This illustrated guide to York is more than a history of the city – it is an exploration of its architecture through an artist’s eye. Hubert Pragnell’s exquisite watercolours illustrate a walk through York, with commentary describing architectural changes from the Roman and Medieval periods through to the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.