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Fri Mar 21 17:14:18 2014 UTClccn-n810942550.21The Queen's dolls' house /0.570.92Lutyens : the work of the English architect Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944) : [exhibition], Hayward Gallery, London, 18 November 1981 -- 31 January 1982 /64048126Edwin_Lutyensn 81094255639438Edward Landseer LutyensEdwin Landseer LutyensEdwin Landseer Lutyens SirEdwin LutyensLutyens, E. L. 1869-1944Lutyens, E. L. (Edward Landseer), Sir, 1869-1944Lutyens, Edward LandseerLutyens, Edward Landseer 1869-1944Lutyens, EdwinLutyens, Edwin 1869-1944Lutyens, Edwin L. 1869-1944Lutyens, Edwin LandseerLutyens Edwin Landseer 1869-1944Lutyens, Edwin Landseer, SirLutyens, Edwin, SirLutyens, Edwin, Sir, 1869-1944Lutyens, SirLutyens, Sir EdwinLutyens, Sir Edwin L.Lutyens, Sir Edwin LandseerSir Edwin Landseer Lutyenslccn-n96099611Brown, Jane1938-lccn-n82110083Weaver, Lawrence1876-1930lccn-n82020050Jekyll, Gertrude1843-1932lccn-n80089360Stamp, Gavinlccn-n50053693Baker, HerbertSir1862-1946lccn-n81095799Irving, Robert Grant1940-lccn-n85147679Ridley, Janeothedtlccn-n85275118Wilhide, Elizabethlccn-n50030331Hussey, Christopher1899-1970lccn-nb2005019579Richardson, Margaret(Margaret Ann)comLutyens, Edwin LandseerSir1869-1944Criticism, interpretation, etcBiographyHistoryCatalogsNotebooks, sketchbooks, etcRecords and correspondenceDesigns and plansExhibition catalogsLutyens, Edwin Landseer,--Sir,Great BritainArchitectsArchitecture, DomesticEnglandGardensCountry homesArchitectureJekyll, Gertrude,Gardens--DesignLandscape architectsIndia--New DelhiArchitecture--British influencesBaker, Herbert,--Sir,BuildingsBuilding, BrickInterior decorationWar memorialsWorld War (1914-1918)MonumentsVernacular architectureArts and crafts movementArchitects' spousesGoddards (Abinger Common, England)Lutyens, Emily,--Lady,FranceManorsArchitect-designed housesCemeteriesArchitecture, ModernEclecticism in architectureRoyal Institute of British Architects.--Drawings CollectionFrance--ThiepvalSomme, 1st Battle of the (France : 1916)Military campaignsEngland--Abinger CommonBricksMary,--Queen, consort of George V, King of Great Britain,DollhousesQueen Mary's Dolls' HouseDollhouses--Private collectionsBricklayingCity planningMemorial to the Missing of the Somme (Thiepval, France)Battle casualtiesArchitecture, Domestic--Themes, motivesEngland--HullGreat Britain.--Commonwealth War Graves CommissionSoldiers' monumentsEurope--Flanders18691944188018921894189618991900190519081910191119121913191419151919192019211923192419251926192719281929193119331934193519371938194219431945194619491950195119531954195919601966197019711972197319751976197819791980198119821984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199819992000200120022003200520062007200820092010201120129318575831720.924NA997.L8ocn075373144ocn311887686ocn464253375ocn041296438ocn040551943ocn185702730ocn4597768652186ocn032035756book19940.79Richardson, MargaretSketches by Edwin LutyensCatalogsNotebooks, sketchbooks, etc+-+72285490361373ocn050159517book20020.39Ridley, JaneThe architect and his wife : a life of Edwin LutyensBiography+-+06572665253241319ocn003683920book19450.86Lutyens, Edwin LandseerA plan for the city & county of Kingston upon Hull9417ocn042944765book19130.59Weaver, LawrenceHouses and gardens by E.L. LutyensHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+2343757545832ocn685236169book20100.79Geurst, JeroenCemeteries of the Great War by Sir Edwin LutyensCatalogs"The British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944) designed 140 cemeteries in the countryside of Flanders and northern France for soldiers killed in the First World War. The cemeteries can be regarded as an imprint of the former battlefront on the map of Europe. All are designed according to principles established beforehand, based on the idea of a cathedral, church or chapel in the open air, and include uniform gravestones, a War Stone and a Cross of Sacrifice. Yet the difference in size, alignment and provenance make them all unique variations on the themes in question. The most memorable aspects are their meticulously chosen position in the landscape, the varied selection of trees and other greenery and the architecture of the entrance and shelter buildings. In an exhaustive landscape-architectural analysis, this opulently illustrated book charts the history of the designs and reveals the underlying principle of order and variation in the architecture. All 140 cemeteries are fully documented with references to the places where they are to be found"--P. [4] of cover+-+6062509154324816ocn008163805book19810.92Lutyens, Edwin LandseerLutyens : the work of the English architect Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944) : [exhibition], Hayward Gallery, London, 18 November 1981 -- 31 January 1982BiographyCatalogsExhibition catalogs622ocn075373144book19940.37Ford, Edward RDas Detail in der Architektur der Moderne : zur Logik der Konstruktion bei Edwin Lutyens, Frank Lloyd Wright, Otto Wagner, Adolf Loos, Le Corbusier, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Rudolf Schindler, Walter Gropius, Marcel Breuer492ocn020717944book19890.73Butler, A. S. GThe domestic architecture of Sir Edwin LutyensDesigns and plans+-+2556496036481ocn044458917book19990.32Hollamby, EdwardArts and crafts houses I : [Red House, Melsetter House, GoddardsHistoryThese three houses are beautiful individual studies in Arts and Crafts architecture, with the Red House being a seminal building from which the other two take much inspiration+-+1023839625488ocn003287293book19380.88Great BritainHighway development survey, 1937 (Greater London)438ocn029913780book19500.73Hussey, ChristopherThe life of Sir Edwin LutyensBiography+-+5407192545324415ocn018986768book19840.73Lutyens, Edwin LandseerThe letters of Edwin Lutyens to his wife Lady EmilyBiographyRecords and correspondence168ocn635850422book19790.66Inskip, PeterEdwin LutyensHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcDesigns and plansPhotographs of selected houses141ocn696605033book20100.84Oddie, GuyInspired by Lutyens : a life in and out of architectural practice at the centre of the post-war modern movementBiography+-+3158971936141ocn014048082book19290.92HODGSON, John LawrenceThe time-journey of Dr. Barton : an engineering and sociological forecast based on present possibilities105ocn250368457book19250.70Lloyd, NathanielA history of English brickwork, with examples and notes of the architectural use and manipulation of brick from mediaeval times to the end of the Georgian periodHistory92ocn313489120book19990.47Arts & crafts housesHistory+-+102383962581ocn019958520book19330.84Liverpool (England)Solemn blessing and laying of the foundation-stone ... Whit Monday, June 5th, 1933; souvenir programme84ocn715451835book19800.66O'Neill, DanielSir Edwin Lutyens : country houses84ocn635977710book19500.84Butler, A. S. GThe architecture of Sir Edwin LutyensDesigns and plans68312ocn008221700book19820.33Brown, JaneGardens of a golden afternoon : the story of a partnership, Edwin Lutyens & Gertrude JekyllHistoryBiography65317ocn008060943book19130.59Weaver, LawrenceHouses and gardens by E.L. LutyensHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+234375754561511ocn006233099book19790.66Inskip, PeterEdwin LutyensHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcDesigns and plansPhotographs of selected houses6092ocn007772667book19810.50Irving, Robert GrantIndian summer : Lutyens, Baker, and Imperial Delhi5198ocn043599143book20000.33Wilhide, ElizabethSir Edwin Lutyens : designing in the English traditionHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography"Illustrated throughout with specially commissioned and archival photographs of intact or restored interiors and gardens, original designs for furniture, and contemporary reinterpretations of the Lutyens style."--BOOK JACKET+-+45359456354293ocn035012144book19960.33Brown, JaneLutyens and the Edwardians : an English architect and his clientsthem are famous, others unknown, except as Lutyens' clients: here are Herbert Jekyll, Jennie Churchill, J. M. Barrie, Hugh Lane, Victoria Sackville, lords, ladies, Souls, bankers, press barons, politicians, and beau monde of Edwardian England, as well as a schoolteacher who inherited a fortune and a prospering Bradford wool merchant. Lutyens and the Edwardians is lavishly illustrated with the human face of great architecture - sketches, drawings and photographs from+-+96230352153531ocn008452232book19810.59Gradidge, RoderickEdwin Lutyens : architect laureateBiography35010ocn000994271book19500.73Hussey, ChristopherThe life of Sir Edwin LutyensBiography+-+54071925453243233ocn007054830book19800.66O'Neill, DanielSir Edwin Lutyens : country houses3186ocn047632981book20010.56Stamp, GavinEdwin Lutyens : country houses : from the archives of Country lifeHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944), perhaps the greatest British architect of the twentieth century, was introduced by garden designer Gertrude Jekyll, his celebrated collaborator, to Edward Hudson, the founder of the great British magazine Country Life, in 1889. Hudson thereafter did all he could to promote the work of a man he admired without reservation, commissioning Lutyens to design the magazine's offices in Covent Garden in 1904, as well as three country houses. Country Life published articles about virtually all his buildings shortly after their completion, recording them as the architect intended, creating an unparalleled visual archive which is the source for this selection of outstanding photographs of Lutyens's domestic architecture." "Founded in 1897, Country Life from the outset published remarkable photographs, and the huge influence the magazine exerted was nowhere more apparent than in its unprecedented championship of Edwin Lutyens, whose buildings it promoted for almost fifty years. For this book, two hundred photographs have been beautifully reproduced from the Country Life archive and, combined with Gavin Stamp's illuminating essay, provide a unique survey of one of Britain's foremost architects."--BOOK JACKET+-+88125690363243144ocn008170042book19800.56Lutyens, MaryEdwin LutyensBiography2343ocn012474936book19500.84Butler, A. S. GThe architecture of Sir Edwin LutyensDesigns and plans2042ocn013185347book19850.73Lutyens, Edwin LandseerThe letters of Edwin Lutyens to his wife Lady EmilyBiographyRecords and correspondence1974ocn009197844book19810.63Lutyens, Edwin LandseerLutyens, the work of the English architect Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944) : Hayward Gallery London SE1, 18 November 1981-31 January 1982Exhibition catalogs1901ocn034809699book19960.79Edwards, BrianGoddards : Sir Edwin LutyensCriticism, interpretation, etc1513ocn241029461book20080.79Gliddon, GeraldLutyens and the Great War+-+23237766251372ocn646401265book20100.21Lambton, LucindaThe Queen's dolls' houseHistory"The Queen's dolls' house is one of the largest, most beautiful, and most famous dolls' houses in the world. Created for Queen Mary in the early 1920s by the renowned architect Sir Edwin Lutyens ... also a garden designed by Gertrude Jekyll. " --Dust jacket+-+41713105461332ocn001997921book19240.73The book of the queen's dolls' houseThe first volume describes the doll house designed by the architect Sir Edwin Lutyens which was made as a gift to Queen Mary of England in 1924. The second volume describes the library and includes facsimiles and specimen pages of books and paintings made expressly for the doll house by Rudyard Kipling, Arthur Conan Doyle, A.C. Milne and others1265ocn000364802book19210.84Weaver, LawrenceLutyens houses and gardens1121ocn065768079book20060.47Stamp, GavinThe Memorial to the Missing of the SommeEdwin Lutyens' Memorial to the Missing of the Somme at Thiepval in Northern France, visited annually by tens of thousands of tourists, is arguably the finest structure erected by any British architect in the twentieth century.It is the principal, tangible expression of the defining event in Britain's experience and memory of the Great War, the first day of the Battle of the Somme on 1 July 1916, and it bears the names of 73,000 soldiers whose bodies were never found at the end of that bloody and futile campaign.This brilliant study by an acclaimed architectural historian tells the origin of the memorial in the context of commemorating the war dead; it considers the giant classical brick arch in architectural terms, and also explores its wider historical significance and its resonances today. So much of the meaning of the twentieth century is concentrated here; the Thiepval Memorial to the Missing casts a shadow into the future , a shadow which extends beyond the dead of the Holocaust, to the Gulag, to the 'disappeared' of South America and of Tianenmen+-+6663246136+-+7228549036+-+7228549036Fri Mar 21 15:31:27 EDT 2014batch36760