For the past ten years architectural photographer c b newham has been documenting England's historic built environment. This book brings together 110 of his best images for the decade 1997 to 2006... More > from a library of over 200,000 photographs.
Included are examples of everything from castles to churches, monuments to windmills, the well-known to the obscure. Many of the photographs are shown full page and there are several double-page spreads.
Please note that the preview and PDF download are not as high a resolution as the printed book. See the preview for a list of the subjects photographed.
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John Aubrey (1626–1697) was an English antiquary and writer. During the period 1659 to 1670 he travelled throughout the county of Wiltshire documenting the buildings and the people.
This book... More > is a photographic reproduction of the edition published in 1862 by J. E. Jackson. It contains Aubreys notes and drawings along with numerous corrections and additions by Jackson.
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Royal Arms in Cornish Churches is an indispensable reference work. An introductory chapter details the historical development of Royal Arms. This is followed by a discussion of plasterwork Arms, ... More > chronological and material type lists of Cornish Royal Arms, and a list of artists and restorers.
The core of the book is a gazetteer of all Royal Arms known to exist. Each entry provides details of the set, such as its date and design, and a colour picture. This is probably the first time the complete corpus of Arms has been illustrated for this or any county in England.
An additional chapter details ringers boards found in church towers in Cornwall. These amusing examples of local art have never before been illustrated.
C B Newham is a photographer and author. He is currently documenting the parish churches of England.
Rosemary Pardoe is an editor, publisher and writer. In the 1970s and '80s she was responsible for a number of booklets and articles on Royal Arms in Churches.< Less