by Ure Smith in association with the National Trust of Australia (N.S.W.) in Sydney .
Written in English
|Statement||by Hardy Wilson.|
|Contributions||National Trust of Australia (N.S.W.)|
|LC Classifications||NA1602.N4 W5 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||10, iii p., 50 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||77359358|
Old colonial architecture in New South Wales and Tasmania. [Hardy Wilson] "Of this book copies have been printed for sale in the British Empire and the United States of America." # Architecture, Colonial--Australia--Tasmania\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. Old Colonial Architecture in New South Wales and Tasmania. by w. Hardy. Wilson (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Unbound "Please retry" — — $ Unbound Author: w. Hardy. Wilson. "The plates are reduced facsimile copies of the originals published by the author at Union House, Sydney in " Architecture, Colonial - New South Wales.; Wilson, Hardy, ; Architecture. New South Wales. Illustrations, Variation of styles. Because architectural styles have varied in Australia over the years (from villas to bungalows and brick renders), there is a slight inconsistency in the architectural flow of the suburban streets, with one writer noting that Australian housing styles tend to comingle and coexist awkwardly. This is less common in the United States of America and England, because most of.
In 53 libraries. "The plates are reduced facsimile copies of the originals published by the author at Union House, Sydney in " 10,iiip., leaves of plates: facs. ; 24cm. Architecture. New South Wales. Illustrations, Architecure. Tasmania. Illustrations, Historic buildings. Architecture -- Australia -- New South Wales. Architecture -- Australia -- Tasmania. good condition so if the book looks a softcover and ive put it as hardcover it could be a glitch. See details - W. HARDY WILSON, OLD COLONIAL ARCHITECTURE IN . HARDY WILSON, ''Old Colonial Architecture in New South Wales And Tasmania'', Limited Edition of Published by the author at Union House Sydney Incomplete of its 50 plates, only 33 remaining. Some foxing, book distressed. Together with four framed plates from the book. 32 x 25cm. Tasmania. From Wild Rivers to Hearts Of Oak a Story Set In the Tasmanian Forests, from Notorious Strumpets and Dangerous Girls - Convict Women In Van Diemens Land - to The Hobart Town Gazette, we can help you find the tasmania books you are looking the world's largest independent marketplace for new, used and rare books, you always get the best in service and value when you.
Old Colonial Architecture in New South Wales and Tasmania. Sydney, The Author, Large folio ( x mm), [vi] (containing a tipped-in frontispiece and title-page vignette), 10, 4,  (containing 48 tipped-in plates, versos blank),  (blank, colophon) pages; all plates are collotypes (from artwork by the author), and all but the plate on the title page have a captioned : Hardy WILSON. This is a rare or used book from the Berkelouw Rare Books Department. Sydney: Published by the Author Folio. Orig. marbled boards with parchment spine. Gilt. (6 10 ivpp.). With 50 tinted and coloured lithograph plates each with its protective captioned tissue guard. Limited and numbered edition fully signed 'Hardy Wilson'. Melbourne: Thomas Nelson, Many of the plates in this book originally featured in Wilson's Old Colonial Architecture in New South Wales and Tasmania, a legendary work in Australian architectural history, now a rare and desirable volume. Item # Folio, 47 full-page plates; cream boards, previous owner's inscription on front endpaper and dust-jacket thumbed, else a fine copy in the. Public Sydney: drawing the city by Philip Thalis and Peter John Cantrill / Sydney Living Museums and University of New South Wales.. As a large and beautiful book Public Sydney: drawing the city recalls William Hardy Wilson’s Old Colonial Architecture in New South Wales and Tasmania () and other folio-sized books produced by architect authors such as Andrea Palladio, James Stuart and.