Remarks, with illustrations, on the domestic architecture of France, from the accession of Charles VI. to the demise of Louis XII

London: Day & Son, 1853. Hardbound. Old brown library buckram. Oval ownership stamp on title page, no other, [2], 80 pp., followed by 16 lithographs by F. Bradford after the drawings of Clutton. 12" x 17" VG with crisp color lithographs; scattered foxing to plates but images are generally clean and bright. `. Item #114602.1

With an introduction by Clutton and a list of plates. Included in Part I are a shop at Amboise, house at Chinon, Hotel Chambellan and Hotel Bernadon in Dijon, Hotel de la Chausssee in Bourges, Logis-Barrault in Angers; Palace at Blois, Palace de Justice, Lannay les Saumur, palaces and other large residences in Paris, and Hotel Dieu in Beaune. Part II contains contains architectural details: wall and dormer windows; doors and gateways; staircases; roofs and floors; tiles and slates; roof metalwork; chimneys, chimney pieces and sculpture; heraldry; wells; door knockers; and foliage. Within the texts of each part are bw illustrations, and the 16 lithographs follow Part II.

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