Thursday, July 17, 2008

Pugin Land (Michael Fisher, 2002)

In answer to a question of mine about further Pugin related literature, Fr. Anthony Symondson, S.J., a good friend of the NLM and gothic revival scholar in his own right, put me onto some interesting titles that one might not otherwise hear about. These came through the Staffordshire County Council website:

Pugin Land
by Michael Fisher

"This book looks at the work of the renowned architect A.W.N.Pugin, his patronage by the Earl of Shrewsbury and the impact this had on the Staffordshire landscape. It is illustrated throughout."

202 pages

In addition to this title, there are some other interesting one's on that same site.

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