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" The ornamental members and perforated pinnacles are of the most delicate tabernacle work, very full, but preserving an air of chasteness and simplicity. * " Its peculiar perfection, which immediately strikes the eye, is an exact symmetry of component... "
Hunt & co.'s city of Gloucester and Cheltenham directory & court guide - 13. oldal
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Observations on English Architecture, Military, Ecclesiastical, and Civil ...

James Dallaway - 1806 - 318 oldal
...Oxford, in 1473. A. WOOD.' charge had been devised by abbot Sebroke, who died in H5?. The ornamental members and perforated pinnacles are of the most delicate...and pinnacles so richly clustered, are an example of Gothick, in its most improved state. The extremely beautiful effect of large masses of architecture...

The history and antiquities of Gloucester

Thomas Rudge - 1811
...bequeathed by Abbot Sebroke, who died in 1457. The ornamented members and perforated pinnacles are of y the most delicate tabernacle work, very full, but...an example of gothic in its most improved state." — Dallaway's E.ngli$h Architecture. THE LITTLE CLOYSTERS Are probably a part of the old monastery,...

A panoramic sketch of Cheltenham and its environs

Alfred Landseer - 1828 - 56 oldal
...immediately strikes the eye, is an exact symmetry of component parts, and the judicious disposition of ornaments. The shaft of the Tower is equally divided into two stories, correctly repeated in every particular; and the open parrapet and pinnacles are examples of the Gothic in its most improved state."...

The History and Description of the City of Gloucester: From the Earliest ...

George Worrall Counsel - 1829 - 252 oldal
...Bishop of St. David's,) to whom that charge had been bequeathed by Abbot Sebroke, who died in 1457. The ornamented members and perforated pinnacles are of...are an example of gothic in its most improved state. — Dallaway's English Architecture. THE LITTLE CLOISTERS Are probably a part of the old monastery,...

A Series of Discourses Upon Architecture in England from the Norman Æra to ...

James Dallaway - 1833 - 447 oldal
...county. " John Gowere, Who built Campden church and Gloster towre." who died in 1457. The ornamental members and perforated pinnacles are of the most delicate...and pinnacles so richly clustered, are an example of Gothick, in its most improved state. " The extremely beautiful effect of large masses of architecture...

A Series of Discourses Upon Architecture in England from the Norman Æra to ...

James Dallaway - 1833 - 447 oldal
...county. " John Gowere, Who built Campden church and Gloster towre." who died in 1457. The ornamental members and perforated pinnacles are of the most delicate...and pinnacles so richly clustered, are an example of Gothick, in its most improved state. " The extremely beautiful effect of large masses of architecture...

The History of Gloucester: And a Descriptive Account of the Same City and ...

Frederick Bond - 1848
...the addition of an arch at the east and west sides. Its exterior is thus spoken of by Dallaway, " the ornamented members and perforated pinnacles are of...an example of gothic in its most improved state." In it are a peal .of eight fine toned bells, and underneath them the " Great Bell," which weighs three...

The stranger's guide through Gloucester

1848
...to be struck with the exact symmetry of its component parts, and the judicious distribution of its ornaments. The shaft of the tower is equally divided into two stories, and the most minute particles are repeated in each with an accuracy truly wonderful. The upper story...




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