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Richard Norman Shaw; Thomas Graham Jackson, Sir
|Description:||xxxv, 244 pages 24 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction, by T.G. Jackson.--The protest against examination and registration of architects, reprinted from the Times of March 3, 1891.--That an artist is not necessarily unpractical, by R.N. Shaw.--Architecture and construction, by J.T. Nicklethwaite.--Architecture and the Royal Institute of British architects, by R. Blomfield.--Architectural study and the examination test, by G.F. Bodley.--The protection of the public, by M. Macartney--Architects and surveyors, by E. Newton.--The ʻprofession ̓and its ghosts, by E.S. Prior.--On the isolation of ʻprofessional ̓architecture from the other arts, by J.R. Clayton.--On the relation of general to technical education in the training of an architect, by B. Champneys.--The builder's art and the craftsman, by W.R. Lethaby.--Thoughts on three arts and the training for them, by W.B. Richmond.--The unity of art, by G.C. Horsley.--On true and false ideals in the education of an architect, by T.G. Jackson.|
|Responsibility:||ed. by R. Norman Shaw, R.A. and T.G. Jackson ...|