The Work of John Douglas
A study of the Cheshire architect
First edition. Hardback in dustwrapper. 26.5 × 18cm, 289pp.
John Douglas (1830–1911) was one of the most highly regarded and best known provinical architects of his time. He practised in Chester for over fifty years, and most of his work is in the North-West and North Wales. He gave Chester some of its best-loved buildings and the Dutch Tea House and other buildings at Eaton Hall. From churches to cottages, this book examines Douglas's work and career in comprehensive detail. A full catalogue of works is included.
Very good condition, with a little light wear to the wrapper's edges.
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