To Build the Second City: Architects and craftsmen of Georgian Bristol


Tim Mowl

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Architecturally, Bristol is often compared unfavourably to Bath. In this scholarly but entertaining and provocative study, Tim Mowl shows that Bristol has not only more Georgian buildings than its neighbour, but a finer and wider range of styles and types. Bristol, and Clifton in particular, the author argues, are the unexplored, undervalued treasure houses of eighteenth-century design. Architects and craftsmen considered include the remarkable Paty family, Charles Dyer, Richard Shackleton Pope, John Strahan and Charles Underwood. 235mm x 170mm 176pp 120 black & white illustrations ISBN 1 872971 26 1 hardback

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