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THE COLLECTED LETTERS OF A.W.N. PUGIN: VOLUME 5, 1851-1852. Ed. by Margaret Belcher. Oxford University Press, 2015. 750 pp. with 16 ills. 24 x 17 cm. ISBN 9780198713913 In English.
Publisher's description: The importance of A.W.N. Pugin (1812-52) in architecture and design in England and beyond is incontestable. The leading architect of the Gothic Revival, Pugin is one of the most significant figures of the mid-nineteenth century and one of the greatest designers. His correspondence furnishes more insight into the man and more information about his work than any other source. This volume, the last of five, contains letters from 1851 and the first months of 1852; after that, Pugin's health failed and he died in September. In the great event of the period, the international exhibition held in the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park, the display of objects made to Pugin's design, which he planned and oversaw, was an outstanding success, bringing substantial commercial benefit to his colleagues and spreading Pugin's influence even more widely than before. The value of his judgment was recognized in his appointment to two committees in connection with the Great Exhibition. Frantic though the preparations for what came to be known as the Medieval Court were, Pugin made time to write for publication.
Artist(s):Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore
Indexing: Western, Europe — Great Britain — 1800-1900 — Architecture
Plans: 71,56
Worldwide Number: 166172
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