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Título: Houses of the Gentry 1480-1680
Editorial: Yale University for the Paul Mellon Center, New Haven & London
Año de publicación: 1999
Encuadernación: Pub's Cloth-effect Boards
Condición del libro: Vg
Condición de la sobrecubierta: VG
Tipo de libro: Heavy Book:extra Postage Requi
The author shows in great depth how changing social circumstances affected ideas of what domestic architecture should be,& how it should fit the lives of the emerging gentry class.Lavishly illustrated with colour & monochrome photographs,& with many original plans reproduced,this is an important contribution to the study & understanding of one important aspect of British architecture.One corner is bumped,there is a small knock to the top edge of one cover,one text page is lightly splash-marked,a few leaves are lightly wrinkled & there small nicks to the top edges of one or two leaves. N° de ref. de la librería 23027
Sinopsis: An account of the houses that were built and inhabited by the upper classes from 1480 to 1680. Architectural historian Nicholas Cooper explores hundreds of gentry houses, well known and less familiar, and considers their evolution in the light of economic, social and political changes of the age.
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