Classical Buildings of Wiltshire & Bath: A Palladian Quest
This volume is intended as a guide to Palladian buildings as well as to the many other classically-styled buildings throughout the area. It is written in a straightforward, clear and non-academic manner.
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18th century appearance arches architect balustrade Baroque Bath's Bathwick bays begun block Bradford-on-Avon brick Bridge built Campbell carved Castle central centre Chapter Chippenham church Circus classical architecture Colen Colen Campbell Corinthian cornice Corsham decorative Devizes Doric Earl early east elegant England English example facade feature Flitcroft floor Fonthill frieze front gardens Gothic Greek Guildhall Hall Henry Hoare Hill influence Inigo Jones Ionic James Wyatt John Palmer John Pinch John Wood Lansdown later London Longleat Lord Burlington Manor Marlborough neo-Palladians original Palladian Palladian Revival Palladian style Palladio pavilions pediment Pembroke perhaps Pevsner pilasters Place portico projecting Pulteney Quattro Libri Queen Square Renaissance Robert Adam Roman Room Royal Crescent rusticated Salisbury seen side Somerset St.James's Standlynch stone storey Stourhead Swindon Temple terraces Thomas Baldwin towers town Venetian window villa Vitruvius Wardour William Wilton House Wiltshire Wood the Elder Wood the Younger Wood's