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Title :

Rose windows and other follies : alternative architecture in the seventeenth-century Pennines

Author :
LEACH, Peter ;
Publication year :
2000
Language :
English ;
Abstract :
Examines the origins and nature of two specific and characteristic elements of late 16th-c. and early 17th-c. Pennine architecture: the rose window and the truncated ogee.mmar School at Halifax and at a number of halls in the vicinity, as well as the distinctive truncated ogee window heads found on other buildings.onsiders various architects, builders, and patrons who might have been responsible for introducing these features to the Pennine region, and suggests some possible sources of influence in contemporary neo-Gothic, Elizabethan, and Jacobean architecture.he Folly, which incorporates a number of distinctive features, especially in its fenustration.is Pennine architecture was a matter of deliberate choice, made in the context of the pluralistic milieu of 17th-c. English architecture. ;
Pagination/Size :
20 ill. ;
Topic :
530 - BIBLIOGRAPHIE D'HISTOIRE DE L'ART ;
French keywords :
Arc (élément architectural) ; Architecture ; Elisabéthain (style) ; Fenêtre ; Grande rose ; Grande-Bretagne ; Influence ; Jacobéen (style) ; Maison ; Néogothique (art) ; Pennine Chain (GBR) ; Régionalisme ; Settle (GBR), The Folly ; 1600-1700 ;
Descriptors :
Arches ; Architecture ; Elizabethan (style) ; Gothic revival ; Great Britain ; Houses ; Influence ; Jacobean (style) ; Pennine Chain (GBR) ; Regionalism ; Rose windows ; Settle (GBR), The Folly ; Windows ; 1600-1700 ;
Document type :
Article ;
Source :
Architectural history, 2000, 43
INIST identifier :
24953766 ;
ISSN :
ISSN 0066-622X ;
Provenance :
Bibliographie d'Histoire de l'Art ;
Publisher :
Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain, London
Publisher country :
UNITED KINGDOM ;