Monumental Architecture

Pictures from Series XII (Monumental Architecture) from the Library of Plates for Architects, published around 1910 by The Proprietors of the Architects’ and Builders’ Journal, Technical Journals Ltd of Westminster, London.

Copyright status: photographs made and published in England before 1957 are out of copyright.

There are fifty full-page plates, approx 17x25cm (a little under 7 × 10 inches).

[picture: Front Cover]

Front Cover

The front cover of this 1910 collection of 50 plates reproduced from photographs. The individual plates are not bound together: the cover makes a stiff envelope to hold them,. [more...]

[picture: I.---Detail of Façade of the Old Museum, Berlin, with sculpture group.]

I.—Detail of Façade of the Old Museum, Berlin, with sculpture group.

I.—Old Museum, Berlin: Detail of Façade, with Sculpture Group “The Amazon.” Karl Friedrich Schinkel, Architect. Kiss, Sculptor. [more...]

[picture: IV.---West Front of Buckingham Palace.]

IV.—West Front of Buckingham Palace.

The lack of a fag probably means the King (at the time) was not at home. Thewing on the left today is the Queen’s private disco and mosh pit. [more...]

[picture: XV.---Scala Regia, House of Loards.]

XV.—Scala Regia, House of Loards.

Monumental Architecture. XV.—Scala Regia, House of Lords. Sir John Soane, Architect. [more...]

[picture: XXXIV.---Monument in the Cemetary of Père Lachaise, Paris.]

XXXIV.—Monument in the Cemetary of Père Lachaise, Paris.

Monumental architecture. XXXIV.—Monument in the Cemetary of Père Lachaise, Paris.
Albert Bartholomé, sculptor. [more...]



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