3 edition of John Dobson, architect & landscape gardener found in the catalog.
John Dobson, architect & landscape gardener
Includes bibliographical references
|Statement||by Lyall Wilkes|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
John Dobson. Architect and Landscape Gardener. Wilkes, Lyall. Catalogue No. r £ ($) Catalogue No. g £ ($) The Flowers Grower's Guide. Volume V. Wright, John. Catalogue No. re. £ ($) Notes on Gnomes and Remarks on Rock Gardens. The Lamport Rockery. Barter Books, Alnwick Station. In John Dobson was commissioned by Richard Grainger to produce designs for Eldon Square. The design was for three terraces facing a central square, each terrace being of two and a half storeys. The east and west terraces consisted of 27 bays of windows, whilst the north terrace had 39 g: landscape gardener.
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John Claudius Loudon, (born April 8, , Cambuslang, Lanarkshire, Scot.—died Dec. 14, , London), Scottish landscape gardener and was the most influential horticultural journalist of his time, and his writings helped shape Victorian taste in gardens, public parks, and domestic his wife, the author Jane Webb Loudon (–58), he wrote and published. John Dobson. Architect and Landscape Gardener. Wilkes, Lyall. Catalogue No. r £ ($) An Album of Wild Flowers (Series 1). Wills' Cigarette Card Album. Wills. Catalogue No. cigw16a. £ ($) Barter Books, Alnwick Station, Northumberland NE66 2NP. +44 (0).
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John Dobson Architect & Landscape Garden by Lyall Wilkes available in Hardcover onalso read synopsis and reviews. John Dobson; Architect & Landscape Gardener [Architects]. Wilkes, Lyall. Buy Direct. Price: USD. Stocksfield, England: Oriel Press Ltd, Octavo, pp.
illustrated in b/w. From DJ: "John Dobson ( - ) was one of the most important architects of the first half of the 19th century, and his work in Newcastle and Northumberland.
Architecture, Modern — 19th century — England; Country homes — England; Related name. Dobson, John, ; Notes "A list of John Dobson, architect and landscape gardener.
Bibliographic references Bibliographical references included in "Footnotes:" p. Other title(s) John Dobson, architect and landscape gardener. ISBN John Dobson; Architect & Landscape Gardener. Stocksfield, England: Oriel Press Ltd, First edition. Original Maroon Cloth.
Octavo, pp. illustrated in b/w. From DJ: "John Dobson ( - ) was one of the most important architects of the first half of the 19th century, and his work in Newcastle and Northumberland is said to be of a standard equal to the best London architects of the.
John Dobson: architect and landscape gardener Author Wilkes, Lyall. Bibliographic Information MARC Record Book Harold B. Lee Library Bookshelves John Dobson: architect and landscape gardener / by Lyall Wilkes. Publication info: Stocksfield, [U.K.] ; Boston: Oriel Press, John Dobson, Architect and Landscape Gardener by Lyall Wilkes (review) Rod Hackney; Leonardo; The MIT Press; Vol Number 1, January ; pp.
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John Dobson () John Dobson () was one of just a handful of northern architects, like Cuthbert Brodrick in Leeds, who won national reputations without practising in London.
Born in Chirton, now a suburb of North Shields, Dobson was the son of an innkeeper and market- and landscape-gardener. John Dobson John Dobson ( – 8 January ) was a 19th-century English architect in the neoclassical tradition. He became the most noted architect in the North of g: landscape gardener.
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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. John Dobson ( – 8 January ) was a 19th-century English architect in the neoclassical tradition. He became the most noted architect in the North of England. Churches and houses by him dot the North East - Nunnykirk Hall, Meldon Park, Mitford Hall, Lilburn Tower, St John the Baptist Church in Otterburn, Northumberland, and Beaufront Castle among them.
John Dobson, Architect and Landscape Gardener by Wilkes, Lyall. Routledge Kegan & Paul, Textbook Binding. As New. Disclaimer:An apparently unread copy in perfect condition.
Dust cover is intact; pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds of any kind. John Dobson: Designation: Architect: Born: 9 December Died: 8 January Bio Notes: John Dobson was born at Chirton, North Shields, County Durham on 9 Decemberthe son of a prosperous market gardener of the same name.
Initially his father trained him as a gardener, sending him to the Earl of Strathmore's Gibside estate for. Details for: John Dobson - architect & landscape gardener.
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He became the most noted architect in the North of England. Churches and houses by him dot the North East - Nunnykirk Hall, Meldon Park, Mitford Hall, Lilburn Tower, St John the Baptist Church in Otterburn, Northumberland, and Beaufront Castle among g: landscape gardener.
John Dobson, architect & landscape gardener by Lyall Wilkes (Book) Dobson on Dobson: a photographic record of works associated with John Dobson () by Henry G Dobson (Book).
Avant Gardeners Tim Richardson Foreword by Martha Schwartz. From the Publisher. In recent years, garden and landscape design has witnessed a burgeoning of new ideas. Recent garden plans have embraced the latest thinking in science and materials, and have appropriated ideas from related disciplines such as architecture and product g: John Dobson.
John Andrew Brookes, MBE (11 October – 16 March ) was a garden and landscape started designing gardens and landscapes in the late s and designed thousands of gardens.
He also taught and lectured about horticulture, landscape and interior design. Author: LYALL WILKES Title: John Dobson: architect and landscape gardener Description: Oriel Press, st covers, dust : V.g./V.g.
Biographical memoir of a little-known architect whose work mainly centred in the Newcastle-upon-Tyne area; an accomplished neoclassical designer whose work stands out today in Grey Street as well as in many country.
The Wyatts. An Architectural Dynasty, HARRIS (JOHN) Sir William Chambers, Knight of the Polar Star, WILKES (LYALL) John Dobson, Architect and Landscape Gardener, Stocksfield, ALLIBONE (JILL) Anthony Salvin.Book reviewed in this article: The Eighteenth Century.
Edited by Pat Rogers. The Poetical Works of Christopher Smart. Edited by Karina Williamson. Vol. I: Jubilate Agno. xxxii + pp. A Tale of a Missing: landscape gardener.John Dobson is given much of the credit for the detailed design, but it should not be forgotten that other architects made significant contributions, especially Thomas Oliver and John and Benjamin Green.
In addition much important work was done by two architects in Grainger’s office, John Wardle and George Walker.