Books > Books on Architectural History
has published many architectural books on a diverse range of subjects:
park gate lodges, seventeenth-century architecture, Elizabethan and
Jacobean style, Druidic and Freemasonic influences on John Wood's new
Georgian town for Bath, eighteenth-century architects and craftsmen of
Bristol, Victorian architecture in the same city and Palladian bridges.
His 1990s work included studies of architecture in the Commonwealth
(1992), Rococo architecture and design in England and Ireland (1999)
and controversial polemics on twentieth-century architectural
experiment: Cheltenham Betrayed (1995) and Stylistic Cold Wars: Betjeman versus Pevsner (2000). Frances Lincoln published his latest architectural study, of his own city - Bristol - City on the Edge - in October 2006.
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