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" No Gothic architect in his wildest moments ever played so freely with his lines or dimensions, and none, it must be added, ever produced anything so beautifully picturesque as this. It contains all the play of light and shade, all the variety of Gothic... "
A History of Architecture in All Countries: From the Earliest Times to the ... - Page 124
by James Fergusson - 1865 - 674 pages
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The illustrated handbook of architecture

James Fergusson - 1855
...parallel to one another. No Gothic architect in his wildest moments ever played so freely with his lines or dimensions, and none, it must be added, ever produced...with the massiveness and grandeur of the Egyptian stylo ; and as it is still tolerably entire, and retains much of its colour, there is no building out...
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The Illustrated Handbook of Architecture: Being a Concise and ..., Volume 1

James Fergusson - Architecture - 1855
...parallel to one another. No Gothic architect in his wildest moments ever played so freely with his lines or dimensions, and none, it must be added, ever produced...and shade, all the variety of Gothic art, with the uiassh eness and grandeur of the Egyptian style ; and as it is still tolerably entire, and retains...
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The Illustrated Handbook of Architecture: Being a Concise and ..., Volume 1

James Fergusson - Architecture - 1855
...parallel to one another. No Gothic architect in his wildest moments ever played so freely with his lines or dimensions, and none, it must be added, ever produced...this. It contains all the play of light and shade, alt the variety of Gothic art, with the massrveness and grandeur of the Egyptian style ; and as it...
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Notes & Queries

William White - Questions and answers - 1862
...Phila;, he says : — "No golhic architect, in hie wildest moment, ever played so freely with his Unes or dimensions, and none — it must be added — ever produced anything so beautifully picturesque." In both of these passages the writer appears to look upon the irregularity of plan as forming part...
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A Handbook for Travellers in Egypt: Including Descriptions of the Course of ...

John Murray (Firm) - Egypt - 1875 - 505 pages
...architect in his wildest monents ever played so freely with his inea and dimensions, and none, it mist be added, ever produced anything so beautifully picturesque...and shade, all the variety of Gothic art, with the massivencss and grandeur of the Egyptian style ; and as it is still tolerably entire, and retains much...
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Hand-book for travellers in (lower and upper) Egypt [afterw ..., Part 2

John Murray (publishers.) - 1880
...extent as here. " No Gothic architect in his wildest moments ever played so freely with his lines and dimensions, and none, it must be added, ever produced...of Gothic art, with the massiveness and grandeur of 524 кои IE 20. — PHÍL.I;: GREAT TEMPLE OF isis. 525 •к Plan of the Island of Phila\ impression...
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A Handbook for Travellers in Lower and Upper Egypt, Part 1

John Murray (Firm) - Egypt - 1880 - 562 pages
...extent as here. " No Gothic architect in his wildest moments ever played so freely with his lines and dimensions, and none, it must be added, ever produced...and shade, all the variety of Gothic art, with the massivcness and grandeur of Plan of the Island ot Philo?. the Egyptian style ; and as it is still tolerably...
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Familiar Allusions: a Hand-book of Miscellaneous Information

William Adolphus Wheeler - Allusions - 1882 - 584 pages
...must be added, ever produced any thing so beautifully picturesque as this. It contains all the piny of light and shade, all the variety of Gothic art, with the massivcncss and grandeur of the Egyptian style; and as it Is still tolerably entire, and retains much...
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How We Went and what We Saw: A Flying Trip Through Egypt, Syria, and the ...

Charles McCormick Reeve - Middle East - 1890 - 397 pages
...lines and dimensions, and none, it must be added, ever produced any thing so picturesquely beautiful as this. It contains all the play of light and shade,...of Gothic art, with the massiveness and grandeur of Egyptian style. There is no building that gives so favorable an impression of Egyptian art as this....
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The Cyclopedic Review of Current History, Volume 4

History, Modern - 1895
...to one another. No Gothic architect in his wildest moments ever played so freely with his lines and dimensions, and none, it must be added, ever produced...and shade, all the variety of Gothic art, with the nmssiveness and grandeur of the Egyptian style; and as it is still tolerably entire, and retains much...
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