Richard Norman Shaw

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Yale University Press for the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, 2010 - Architecture - 498 pages
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Richard Norman Shaw (1831–1912) was the most fertile, representative, and influential British domestic architect of his time. This new edition of Andrew Saint’s best-selling book on Shaw and his work—hailed in its original version as “a masterpiece among architectural biographies” by the Evening Standard—features a completely revised text and new introduction and is generously illustrated with new color photographs, many specially commissioned.

“Outstanding. . . . A most readable biography as well as a scholarly assessment of Shaw’s work.”—Adam Fergusson, Sunday Times (on the original edition)

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Richard Norman Shaw (Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art)

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Saint, general editor of The Survey of London, updates his 1976 original on the noted British architect with a revised text, new introduction, and new color photos, many commissioned solely for this ... Read full review

Contents

Apprenticeship
13
South and North
35
The Country House
95
Copyright

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About the author (2010)

Andrew Saint is the General Editor of The Survey of London and the author of The Image of the Architect (1983), Towards A Social Architecture: The Role of School-Building in Post-War England (1987) and Architect and Engineer: A Study in Sibling Rivalry (2007)

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