Collection by Charlie Brew

Charlie Brew
1906 Types of Windows Middle Ages Tudor Renaissance - Architecture Designs 1906 Types of Windows Middle Ages Tudor Renaissance Make the front of the house look medieval with gothic windows, stone front and large wooden door. Architecture Design, Architecture Drawings, Victorian Architecture, Ancient Architecture, Italy Architecture, Famous Architecture, Types Of Architecture, Historical Architecture, Gothic Windows

1906 Types of Windows Middle Ages Tudor Renaissance

This very charming black and white plate shows the style of windows from the Saxon Period, Norman, Early English, Tudor and Renaissance periods. There are eight segments to the illustration and each is labelled and numbered. There is an identification key below the plate. Perfect for your favourite architect, this antique illustration is in beautiful condition without rips, tears or markings and is smooth and flat with crisp corners and edges. The reverse side of the page has text from…

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Defringe - Moodboard.

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stockholm, sweden

if you are interested in a print of this piece, original photograph by Warner Maribel ink & watercolour on paper/28 jul, sunday