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DONALDSON, Thomas Leverton (1795--1885)
A collection of the most approved examples of doorways, from modern buildings in Italy and Sicily, expressly measured and delineated for this work, preceded by a sketch of the history of Italian architecture from its revival to the time of Palladio: by Thomas Leverton Donaldson, architect; ...
London: published by John Weale; at Williams' Architectural Library; by the author; and may be had of all respectable booksellers, 1836.
[4], 22, [2] p., 30 pl. ; 30.9 cm. (4°)

Donaldson had published in 1833 an earlier collection of doorways 'From Ancient Buildings In Greece And Italy' (q.v.), for which he was awarded a silver medal by the Société libre des Beaux-Arts. BAL, Early printed books, no. 898.

Copy Notes With the 'Table Of Contents' bound at the end.

Binding C19th dark green cloth-backed buff paper wrappers, paper label on spine inscribed in ink 'Donaldson, Ancient Doorways'.

Reference Number 4093


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