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The Work of John Douglas (SOLD OUT)

By Edward Hubbard, edited by Peter Howell and published by the Victorian Society. (Second edition 2014)

The Work of John Douglas by Edward Hubbard was first published by the Victorian Society in 1991.   Edward Hubbard was an architectural historial who worked with Pevsner on the Buildings of England (Cheshire) and Buildings of Wales (Clywd) and founded the Victorian Society's Liverpool Group.  This Second Edition features a new Introduction and Addenda and Corrigenda by Peter Howell.

Architect John Douglas (1830-1911) was articled to EG Paley (1823-1895) in Liverpool and practised in Chester.  He produced churches, houses, shops and many other commercial buildings in an eclectic style that combined the prevailing Gothic Revival with elements of English Gothic.  He worked most notably for the Grosvenor estate at the Eaton Hall.

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