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Queen's Cross Church, Glasgow: architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh: a measured drawing study

Queen's Cross Church, Glasgow: architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh: a measured drawing study

Somerville, Nicholas A; Crawford, David A; Mackintosh, Charles Rennie, 1868-1928; Moretti, Rolando V

Consisting mainly of colour photographs of Queen’s Cross Church, this dissertation briefly examines the background to the building’s construction and critiques the architecture of the completed church. It explains the reasons for the creation of the measured drawings, including the loss of the originals

Manuscript. English.
Published Glasgow: Mackintosh School of Architecture, 1989

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Details

Statement of responsibility: by Nicholas A. Somerville, Rolando V. Moretti and David A. Crawford
Note: Includes bibliography (pp. 27-30).
Note: Drawings (reduced) bound in with text.
Physical Description: vi, 30 pages : colour illustrations, plans ; 30 cm.
Subject: Glasgow : churches : architecture; Scotland : architecture : Art Nouveau style

Contents

  1. Introduction/background.
  2. Why were the drawings done?.
  3. Observations/critique.
  4. Conclusion.
  5. The drawings.
  6. Bibliography