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Examples of French Gothic architectural features from ecclesiastical buildings

RIBA100880
SOURCE: J. C. Palmes (ed.). Sir Banister Fletcher's A History of architecture, 18th ed. (London: Athlone Press, 1975), p. 618 NOTES: A) vaulting boss Dijon Museum; B) gargoyles at Ile de France and St. Chapelle, Paris; C) boss, Mont St. Michel; D) north porch, Chartres Cathedral; E) north porch, Chartres from NW; F) bases, St. Michael's Chapel Montreale; G) font, Urcel near Laon; H) diaper on pedestal, Amiens Cathedral; J) crocket capital, Semur

Examples of French Gothic architectureal features from ecclesiastical buildings

RIBA100881
SOURCE: J. C. Palmes (ed.). Sir Banister Fletcher's A History of architecture, 18th ed. (London: Athlone Press, 1975), p. 619 NOTES: A) capital, N. porch, Chartres Cathedral; B) jamb west doorway, Grand Andely; C) capital, Notre Dame Chalons-Sur-Marne; D) tympanum, left doorway of west portal, Chartres; E) pilaster, S. porch, Chartres; F) Tomb of Philibert le Beau, Brou; G) pilaster, S. porch, Chartres

Examples of Indian Architectural features: plans, sections, elevations and diagrams

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SOURCE: J. C. Palmes (ed.). Sir Banister Fletcher's A History of architecture, 18th ed. (London: Athlone Press, 1975), p. 105 NOTES: A) North gateway of Sanchi stupa (Buddhist); B) roof construction; C-D) Black Pagoda, Kanarak, Orissa; E) rail round Sanchi stupa and timber forms in stone; F) compound pillar (Dravidian); G-H) Temple at Brinda-Ban, Agra; J) Great Temple, Bellur; K) compound pillar, Vellore (Dravidian); L-P) stone ornaments

Examples of Renaissance architectural detail from Belgium and the Netherlands

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SOURCE: J. C. Palmes (ed.). Sir Banister Fletcher's A History of architecture, 18th ed. (London: Athlone Press, 1975), p. 943 NOTES: A-B) Bench-ends, Dordrecht C) Gable end with iron tiles D) Door, The Musee Plantin, Antwerp E) Doorway, Antwerp F) From Chimney Piece, Museum, Brussels G) Capital from the Monument of Guillaume de Croy, L'eglise des Capucins, Enghien H) Staircase, Musee Plantin, Antwerp J) Ornament to Column L'eglise de Capucins, Enghien K) Figures from Chimney Piece in the Palais de Justice at Zalt Bommel

Altar cross and candlesticks

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Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)

Vitra Design Museum and Campus, Weil am Rhein: detail of leaf motif on the wall of the conference pavilion by Tadao Ando

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Gehry Partners
NOTES: The Vitra Design Museum was founded in 1989, with the main buildng designed by Frank Gehry. Surrounding the museum is the Vitra Campus or architecture park, which was developed from 1981, as a showcase of contemporary architecture, after a major fire had destroyed most of the previous 1950s factory buildings on the site.

An elaborate engraved cartouche, being the engraved title page of a book of cartouches

RIBA125946
SOURCE: Daniel Rabel. Cartouches de diferentes inventions. Tres utilles, a plussieurs sortes de personnes (Paris, 1632) NOTES: This is the title page of a book of cartouches containing landscapes, engraved and published by Malchior Tavernier after designs by Daniel Rabel. Engravings from this publication are found throughout this album compiled by Gentilhatre.

Landscape scene within a cartouche with shell and fish head

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SOURCE: Daniel Rabel. Cartouches de diferentes inventions. Tres utilles, a plussieurs sortes de personnes (Paris, 1632), plate 6

An elaborate engraved cartouche enclosing a landscape with a walled hilltop village

RIBA126161
SOURCE: Daniel Rabel. Cartouches de diferentes inventions. Tres utilles, a plussieurs sortes de personnes (Paris, 1632) NOTES: This is a plate in a book of cartouches containing landscapes, engraved and published by Malchior Tavernier after designs by Daniel Rabel. Engravings from this publication are found throughout this album compiled by Gentilhatre.
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