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Complete Works of Robert and James Adam and Unbuilt Adam

Arts


by
David King

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 768 pages

File size: 45.4 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

This volume is a unique compendium of the works of Robert and James Adam, both built and unbuilt. It includes 900 illustrations.

The Complete Works of Robert and James Adam is reprinted here in its entirety, updated and corrected. This title covers every one of the 230 or so built works, including 12 that have been recently discovered. It is complemented by a completely new title, Unbuilt Adam. This mentions all the brothers’ important unbuilt projects, and it discusses and illustrates 130 of them.

This volume gives an exceptionally thorough review of the brothers’ designs. From public buildings to country houses, and monuments to ceilings, it is well informed and erudite. It provides a mine of information for both the expert and the general reader, and it uses the works covered to give an understanding of the Adam manner.

This volume is a unique compendium of the works of Robert and James Adam, both built and unbuilt. It includes 900 illustrations.

The Complete Works of Robert and James Adam is reprinted here in its entirety, updated and corrected. This title covers every one of the 230 or so built works, including 12 that have been recently discovered. It is complemented by a completely new title, Unbuilt Adam. This mentions all the brothers’ important unbuilt projects, and it discusses… (more)

This volume is a unique compendium of the works of Robert and James Adam, both built and unbuilt. It includes 900 illustrations.

The Complete Works of Robert and James Adam is reprinted here in its entirety, updated and corrected. This title covers every one of the 230 or so built works, including 12 that have been recently discovered. It is complemented by a completely new title, Unbuilt Adam. This mentions all the brothers’ important unbuilt projects, and it discusses and illustrates 130 of them.

This volume gives an exceptionally thorough review of the brothers’ designs. From public buildings to country houses, and monuments to ceilings, it is well informed and erudite. It provides a mine of information for both the expert and the general reader, and it uses the works covered to give an understanding of the Adam manner.

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