Nicholas Hawksmoor was the architect of some of London’s most prominent landmarks – St Mary Woolnoth in the City; St George’s, Bloomsbury; Christchurch, Spitalfields; and part of Greenwich Hospital – as well as of All Souls, Oxford, and the Mausoleum at Castle Howard. Yet he has been comparatively little studied, and this, the only popularly priced book available, is by the acknowledged authority on him. The illustrations include photographs of all his surviving buildings and drawings of those which remained projects or have been demolished.
|publisher||Thames & Hudson|
|series||World of Art|
|Dimensions||14.6 X 21 X 1.6 cm|