The Architecture of Ireland . From the Earliest Times to 1800

By: Craig, Maurice

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In the original publisher's glossy pictorial card covers. Gray and red spine with white text. Covers have a few light creases and are lightly rubbed to the corners and extremities, o/w very good. Page edges lightly toned. Internally NO Inscriptions or Marks. Text block very clean. 358 pp. Illustrated throughout in b/w with photographs, prints, plans, etc. Contents include: - Prehistoric; Early Christian; Romanesque; Cistercian Gothic; Tower-houses; The Restoration; Dublin- The Seventeenth Century; Dublin 1690-1757; Country Houses 1700-1780; Provincial Towns and Churches; Neo-Classic; Early Nineteenth Century; The Later Nineteenth Century. References; Book List; Index. "Definitely the best introduction to Ireland's built heritage, a must-have work for anyone with any interest in Ireland's architectural history." . Maurice Craig, who died on May 11 aged 91, was a distinguished Irish architectural historian, writer and poet, and one of the first people to argue that Dublin's historic buildings were of national importance and should be saved from demolition. ". ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall

Title: The Architecture of Ireland . From the Earliest Times to 1800

Author Name: Craig, Maurice

Categories: Architecture. Art. Crafts, Archaeology. 'Classic' Studies, History & Politics. Churchill, British Topography, Anthropology. Genealogy, Antiques. Collecting, Ireland. Scotland. Celtic, Building. Construction,

Edition: First Paperback Edition

Publisher: London, B. T. Batsford Ltd,: 1989

ISBN Number: 0713425873

ISBN Number 13: 9780713425871

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good+ with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 113552

Keywords: The Architecture Of Ireland . From The Earliest Times To 1800. Maurice Craig. Maurice Craig, Who Died On May 11 Aged 91, Was A Distinguished Irish Architectural Historian, Writer And Poet, And One Of The First People To Argue That Dublin's Historic Buildings Were Of National Importance And Should Be Saved From Demolition. Contents Include: - Prehistoric; Early Christian; Romanesque; Cistercian Gothic; Tower-houses; The Restoration; Dublin- The Seventeenth Century; Dublin 1690-1757; Country Houses 1700-1780; Provincial Towns And Churches; Neo-classic; Early Nineteenth Century; The Later Nineteenth Century. References; Book List; Index.