The first in-depth survey of Scotland's medieval church
architecture covers buildings constructed between the early 12th
century and the Reformation in 1560. From majestic cathedrals and
abbeys to modest parish churches and chapels, Richard Fawcett
places the architecture in context by considering the varied
sources of ideas that underlay church designs. Over the centuries,
Scottish patrons and their masons moved away from a close
relationship with England to create a unique late medieval
architectural synthesis that took ideas from a wide range of
sources. The book concludes with an account of the impact of the
Reformation on church construction and design.
Yale University Press
|Country of origin:
||The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art
||279 x 215 x 34mm (L x W x T)
||Hardcover - Cloth over boards
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