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List of illustrations

  • A Fire on the Isle St. Louis
  • Gothic ruin
  • Strawberry Hill, Twickenham, Middlesex
  • The Holbein Chamber at Strawberry Hill
  • The Library at Strawberry Hill
  • Choir Screen
  • View of Fonthill Abbey, Wiltshire
  • Saint Michael's Gallery, Fonthill Abbey
  • The stair hall, Fonthill Abbey
  • Examples of Perpendicular Gothic
  • North Transept of the Priory Church, Christ-church
  • York Cathedral Church: View of the East End
  • Gothic capitals
  • Windsor Castle
  • Examples of the extravagent style of Modern Gothic
  • John Hardman Powell
  • A. W. N. Pugin
  • Page from Punch
  • The Grange
  • John Hardman the elder
  • Anne Pugin Powell
  • George Myers
  • Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin
  • Auguste Charles Pugin
  • Exhibition Room Somerset House
  • Pugin Silhouettes
  • Jane Knill Pugin
  • Design for a weathervane
  • Tomb of A. W. N. Pugin
  • Interior view of the Church of Saint Mary, Moorfields, London
  • Map of the English Mission
  • John Talbot, 16th Earl of Shrewsbury
  • John Rouse Bloxam
  • John Henry Newman preaching at Saint Mary's Church, Oxford
  • Thomas Walsh, Bishop of the Midland District
  • Nicholas Wiseman, Archbishop of Westminster
  • Frederick William Faber (1814–1863) as an Oratorian
  • Interior of the Oratory, King William Street, London
  • Sketch of the Lowther Rooms, London
  • The Guy Fawkes of 1850
  • Corner of the rue St. Marten, Beauvais and bracketing of a house near Chateaudon
  • Detail of timber construction
  • Self-Portrait
  • A Gallery in the Musée des Antiquités
  • Hôtel de Cluny
  • Barrier of St. Denis, Burnt down July 29, 1830
  • Royal Academy of Music
  • Objects from the Sauvageot collection
  • Objects from the Prince Soltikoff collection
  • Bed
  • Title page, from Les Vrais principes de l'architecture…
  • All Saints Church from High Street, Marlow
  • View through the gates of Saint Peter's
  • Interior, Saint Peter's
  • The Pulpit, Saint Peter's
  • A South West View of Downtown Castle in the County of Hereford
  • Contrasted chapels: Saint Pancras Chapel and Bishop Skirlaws Chapel, Yorkshire
  • The Barn, Oxenford Farm
  • Saint Marie's Grange
  • The Present Revival of Christian Architecture
  • Exterior, from the South, Saint Giles's, Cheadle
  • Alton Castle
  • Saint Chad's Cathedral
  • The Interior of Saint Alban's, Macclesfield
  • The Church of Saint Lawrence
  • Rampisham Rectory
  • Bishop's House, Birmingham
  • The chapel at Saint Edmund's College
  • Aerial view of The Grange and Saint Augustine's, Ramsgate
  • Interior, Saint Augustine's
  • The south end of Saint Augustine's
  • Church of All Saints, detail of the west end
  • Church of All Saints
  • Sainte Clotilde
  • Nikolaikirche
  • The Cathedral of Notre Dame, Paris
  • Proposed restoration of Notre Dame
  • Marseilles Cathedral, rear elevation
  • Marseilles Cathedral, side elevation
  • Marseilles Cathedral
  • The nave of the Marseilles Cathedral
  • Cathedral
  • Project drawing for the west façade
  • Project drawing for the west facade
  • Project drawing for the interior of the nave
  • Design for a cathedral commemorating the Wars of Liberation
  • Cologne Cathedral
  • Cologne Cathedral
  • The Interior of Cologne Cathedral
  • New façade of Cologne Cathedral
  • The Bauakademie, Berlin
  • Cologne Cathedral
  • Endplate from Vorlesung über die Systeme des Kirchenbaues
  • Design for Berlin Cathedral
  • Stonemasons who worked on the completion of the Cologne Cathedral
  • The Forum on the Maximilianstrasse, Munich
  • Votivkirche, Vienna
  • Linz Cathedral
  • Future Russian architecture
  • Saint Mary's Cathedral, Killarney, County Kerry
  • Catholic Chapel
  • The Chapel at Saint Peter's College
  • Saint Michael the Archangel
  • Saint Alphonsus
  • The Catholic parish church
  • Saint Mary's Cathedral, Killarney, County Kerry
  • Saint Mary's Cathedral
  • Saint Mary's Cathedral
  • Saint Aidan's Cathedral
  • The Presentation Convent
  • Saint Patrick's Seminary
  • A General Prospect of the Royal College of St. Patrick. Maynooth. With the proposed additions
  • St. Patrick's College, Maynooth, No. 7. Great Refectory etc.
  • St. Patrick's College, Maynooth, No. 8. Section and Details of East pane
  • St. Patrick's College, Maynooth, No. 12. Details of West Pane
  • St. Patrick's College, Maynooth, No. 13. Details of East Pane
  • Saint Colman's Cathedral, Cove
  • One of a pair of firedogs
  • One of a pair of firedogs
  • Sketch for A. W. N. Pugin's Floriated Ornament
  • The alphabet
  • Designs for ornamental borders
  • Table for the House of Lords
  • Structural chair
  • Jacobean-style chair
  • Structural table
  • Structural table
  • Panel of Encaustic tiles
  • Assortment of encaustic tiles
  • Wallpaper fragment
  • Outline drawings for encaustic tiles
  • The Crystal Palace
  • The Mediaeval Court
  • Armoire
  • Plate with molded and painted decoration
  • Views of Saint Marie's Grange
  • Fac Simile of Autograph Drawing by Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin 1832
  • Model of a stage set
  • The Grange, Ramsgate, drawing room and library beyond
  • Drawing room and library, The Grange, Ramsgate
  • Fireplace sketch
  • Fireplace grate
  • The Library at Taymouth Castle, Perthshire
  • The Library at Taymouth Castle
  • Scarisbrick Hall, Lancashire
  • The chapel at Saint Mary's College, Oscott
  • The original screen and chancel
  • Chapel at the Convent of Mercy
  • Frontispiece, illustrating Pugin's integrated modern Gothic style
  • Alton Castle
  • Altar in the Lady Chapel, detail
  • Staircase with heraldic newel post
  • Fireplace with stone carvings and cast-iron firedogs
  • The Banqueting Hall at Lismore Castle, Ireland
  • Floor tiles in the Great Hall
  • Staircase with heraldic newel posts and carved panels
  • Section of the Hon. Rich. Bateman's Octagonal Room at old Windsor
  • The octagonal library at Rokeby
  • Cottage Farm, the Amos Lawrence House, Brookline, Massachusetts
  • Saint John the Evangelist
  • Saint Peter's Church, Meetinghouse Hill, Dorchester, Massachusetts
  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help
  • Church of the Sacred Heart, East Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • Sectional drawing of the chancel, Church of the Sacred Heart
  • Altar, Church of the Sacred Heart, East Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • Stone carving, Church of the Sacred Heart, detail
  • Tabernacle doors, detail
  • Church of the Advent, Brimmer Street, Boston
  • West Door, Church of the Advent
  • Nave and chancel, Church of the Advent
  • Rood screen, Church of the Advent
  • Lady Chapel, Church of the Advent
  • Chapel of Saints Peter and Paul, Saint Paul's School, Concord, New Hampshire
  • A General Prospect of Saint Mary Magdalen College
  • Chapel of Saints Peter and Paul, Saint Paul's School, Concord, New Hampshire
  • Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut
  • Portrait of A. W. N. Pugin (1812–1852)
  • Stained-glass self-portrait
  • Portrait of Jane Pugin (née Knill) (1827–1909)
  • Sketch of Louisa Burton
  • Tribuna at Strawberry Hill
  • The Gallery at Strawberry Hill
  • Strawberry Hill Chair
  • The Great Parlour at Strawberry Hill
  • Design for Strawberry Hill: Chimneypiece for Refectory
  • Design for Strawberry Hill: Gothic Bench
  • Design for Strawberry Hill: Library
  • Exeter Cathedral
  • Pier Table
  • View of Fonthill Abbey
  • The Entrance Hall at Abbotsford
  • Chair
  • Table
  • The Banqueting Hall at Windsor Castle
  • Design for Sideboard for Windsor Castle
  • Designs for Standing Candelabra for Windsor Castle
  • Candlestick and sanctuary lamp designs
  • The Coronation Cup
  • Design for a Chalice
  • Office at Store Street
  • Ceremony of the Homage, Coronation of George IV
  • La Rotonde, Passage Colbert, Paris
  • La Rotonde, Passage Colbert, Paris
  • Le Petit Trianon, Paris
  • Pugin's Gothic Furniture: Title Page
  • Pugin's Gothic Furniture: Plate
  • Pugin's Gothic Furniture: Plate
  • Examples of Gothic Architecture: Frontispiece, Volume 2
  • Eglington Tournament Jug
  • Apostle Jug
  • Gothic Jug
  • Jug and Goblet
  • Portable Font and Cover
  • Plate, Gothic Ruins Pattern
  • Candlestick
  • Mustard Pot
  • Armchair
  • Scarisbrick Hall
  • Knight, Death, and the Devil
  • Chalice
  • Imaginary View of San Giacomo
  • Saint Gervais, Paris
  • Saint Gervais, interior view
  • Selection of Metalwork and Altar, Gallery, Antwerp
  • Selection of Metalwork including Foot Reliquary, Convent, Namur
  • Metalwork and other objects from the Cabinet de Mons Gevente
  • Medieval Metalwork at Rouen Museum of Antiquities
  • Medieval Clock in Cathedral
  • North transept, Beauvais Cathedral
  • Stained Glass in Saint Maclou, Rouen
  • Pulpit and nave of Evreux Cathedral
  • Saint Patrice, Rouen
  • Rouen, Timber-framed Houses
  • Timber-framed houses in Blois, France
  • Cologne, Stained glass details, Saint Ursula, North Aisle
  • Cologne, Stained Glass and Reliquary Figures, Saint Ursula
  • Amiens, North Transept Facade of Cathedral
  • Basle, Saint Martin with Medieval Conduit
  • Cologne, Saint Martin and Another Church
  • Drawing of Boat at Honfleur
  • Illuminated Letter
  • Casket
  • Knocker
  • Perfume Burner
  • Encaustic Tiles
  • Dish
  • Panel
  • Cabinet Door Panel
  • Madonna
  • Vestment: Cope
  • Vestment: Chasuble
  • Vestment: Dalmatic
  • Bishop Thomas Walsh
  • Embroidery, detail
  • Embroidery, detail
  • Chasuble in cloth-of-gold
  • Bishop's Mitre
  • Designs for Mitres
  • Chalice
  • Design for a chalice and ciborium
  • Contrasts, or a Parallel between the Noble Edifices of the Middle Ages and Corresponding Buildings Showing the Present Decay of Taste
  • Contrasted Episcopal Residences
  • Contrasted Towns
  • Covered Flagon and Basin
  • Covered Flagon and Basin
  • Asperges bucket
  • Censer, or Thurible
  • Church Furniture Revived at Birmingham
  • Pyx
  • Chrismatory, or Ointment Box
  • Church of Saint Giles, interior
  • The Blessed Sacrament Chapel
  • The Blessed Sacrament Chapel, wall painting, detail
  • Chandelier (Corona lucis) and wall painting in the chancel
  • Reliquary Cross
  • Altar Cross
  • Altar and processional crosses
  • Altar cross
  • Monstrance
  • Monstrance in 15th-century style
  • Monstrance
  • Reliquary
  • Crowns, for Virgin and Child
  • Morse, or Cope Clasp
  • John Talbot, 16th Earl of Shrewsbury
  • Heraldic west doors
  • Chalice
  • Stained glass window, detail
  • The Petre Chantry
  • Saint George's Cathedral, Southwark, London
  • Interior of the Lady Chapel at Saint George's Cathedral, Southwark, London
  • Model Chalice
  • Chalice
  • Chalice
  • Flagon
  • Pair of Altar Candlesticks, from a set of six
  • Pair of Altar Candlesticks, from a set of six
  • Pair of Altar Candlesticks
  • Pair of Altar Vases
  • Ecclesiastical Vessels
  • Altar Vase
  • Saint Marie's, Derby
  • Encaustic Tiles
  • Minton encaustic tiles
  • Minton encaustic tiles
  • Design for the Altar at Saint Chad's Cathedral, Birmingham
  • Selection of Designs for The Glossary of Ecclesiastical Ornament and Costume
  • Designs for crosses
  • Designs for cope orphreys (ornamental borders)
  • Patterns for powderings (stencils)
  • Refectory interior, drawing for Saint Cuthbert's College, Ushaw
  • Stained-glass window design for Saint Cuthbert's College, Ushaw
  • Chapel designs for Saint Cuthbert's College, Ushaw
  • Chapel designs for Saint Cuthbert's College, Ushaw
  • House of Commons Chair
  • The House of Lords chair
  • The Palace of Westminster
  • The Prime Minister's Room
  • House of Lords X-Frame Chair
  • Chair of State
  • Notice Stand
  • Bracket Clock
  • Standing Desk
  • Desk Calendar
  • 12-inch central tile in the Peers Lobby
  • Encaustic tile border, Saint Stephen's Hall, detail
  • Minton encaustic tiles, Peers Lobby
  • Encaustic tile border, Central Lobby, detail
  • Design for Throne and Canopy, House of Lords
  • The House of Lords
  • Design for Ceiling Panel, House of Lords
  • Cartoon for Stained Glass, Palace of Westminster
  • Letter with Design for House of Commons Chair
  • Design for Wallpaper/Tiles, Houses of Parliament
  • Design for Wallpaper, Houses of Parliament
  • Designs for Wallpaper, The Palace of Westminster
  • The Grange
  • Aerial View of The Grange and Saint Augustine's, Ramsgate, with interior details
  • View of Chapel, The Grange, Ramsgate
  • Design for Door, Lismore
  • Restored banqueting hall at Lismore Castle
  • Interior Design, Leighton Hall
  • Painted ceiling panel
  • Design for Fireplace, Eastnor
  • Fireplace in the drawing room
  • Design for Wallpaper, Scarisbrick Hall
  • Wallpaper with Heraldic Devices
  • Design for Wallpaper/Chintz
  • Design for Carpet
  • Design for Stencil Alphabet
  • Designs for J. R. Herbert Table
  • Design for Chairs
  • Chair and table in Pugin style
  • Design for Octagonal table
  • Structural table
  • Hall Chair
  • Design for the hall chair for The Grange
  • Side Table
  • Marquetry panel, detail
  • Painted ceiling and chandelier
  • Door furniture, detail
  • Plate
  • Design for Plate
  • Design for color-printed plate borders
  • Design for a color-printed plate
  • Design for Plate and Flagon
  • Three Designs for Doorplates
  • Gothic Tableware
  • Motto Bread Plate
  • Motto Plate
  • Motto Tureen
  • Jardinière and Stand
  • Garden Seat
  • Pair of Heraldic Andirons
  • Pair of Andirons
  • Domestic Candlestick
  • Domestic Candlestick
  • Pair of Candlesticks
  • Dish
  • Tazza
  • Pair of storage canisters
  • Flagon
  • Cream Jug
  • Design for Floriated Ornament
  • Design for Floriated Ornament, plate 28
  • Title Page, Floriated Ornament
  • Floriated Ornament, Plate 28
  • Elements of a Parure (Headband, Brooch, Necklace, and Pendant Cross)
  • Jane Knill Pugin
  • Parure designed for Jane Knill
  • Jewelry pictured in Ideal Scheme, The Chest
  • Episcopal Ring
  • Portrait of Nicolas Cardinal Wiseman, detail
  • Chain Necklace, Pendant Earrings, and Brooches
  • Brooch
  • Bracelet and Brooch
  • The Mediaeval Court
  • Framed Set of Stove Tiles
  • Design for a Stove Tile
  • The Mediaeval Court at the Crystal Palace
  • Stove in the Medieval Style
  • Altar and Reredos
  • Carpet in the Medieval Style
  • Jardinière
  • Jardinière
  • Crystal Jug
  • Chalice
  • Candelabrum
  • Cabinet
  • Cabinet in Oak with Brass Panels
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Description: A. W. N. Pugin: Master of Gothic Revival
~Few figures in the history of decorative arts can compare with Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin and his prodigious output as a designer, architect, and theorist. He was singlehandedly responsible for the early nineteenth-century interpretation of medieval art and architectecture that blossomed into the Gothic Revival. His work in this idiom consumed his entire life...
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Description: A. W. N. Pugin: Master of Gothic Revival
~In 1838 Saint Peter’s Church in New York’s Chelsea area was completed. It was one of the city’s first Gothic Revival buildings. Planned originally by James W. Smith in a conventional Greek Revival style, the church was at the last moment Gothicized, at the instigation of its sponsor, Clement Clarke Moore. The inspiration for the exterior with its...
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Description: A. W. N. Pugin: Master of Gothic Revival
During the Romantic movement, European culture underwent a profound change in terms of its relationship to the past, and in northern European countries the past was signified by Gothic architecture. Victor Hugo, in that quintessential French Romantic novel, The Hunchback of Notre-Dame...
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Nothing in the work of Walter Scott is more evocatively gothic than the true account of John Hardman Powell’s arrival in 1844 at Pugin’s house, Saint Augustine’s Grange.
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Description: A. W. N. Pugin: Master of Gothic Revival
Pugin was born into a Regency world of jollity, excess, and outward show, tellingly exposed in the plates of Rudolph Ackermann’s Microcosm of London (1808-10), on which Pugin’s father, Auguste Charles, extensively collaborated.Rosemary Hill, “Bankers, Bawds and Beau Monde,” Country Life...
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Description: A. W. N. Pugin: Master of Gothic Revival
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin’s French ancestry gave him a special affinity for France. Despite the Napoleonic Wars, his father Auguste Charles Pugin, who had moved to London around 1792, kept in touch with several members of his family both in northern France and in Paris, the city of his birth. Sadly, A. W. N. Pugin’s diaries do not start until 1835, so the details of his early...
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Marlow is a small, gentle town on the River Thames, some thirty miles west of London. A jumble of pretty red-brick and flint houses cluster about its high street, which leads down to Marlow’s one memorable ensemble—the parish church of All Saints, overlooking a fine suspension bridge across the river.
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Nurtured in the fertile soils of nationalism and the religious revival of the early nineteenth century, the Gothic Revival seemed poised, by the time of Pugin’s...
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Pugin became a Roman Catholic in 1835, intent on establishing his credentials as architect-in-residence to the small Catholic community in England. His desire to build churches in Ireland was no doubt inspired by what he had heard of the nation’s...
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Description: A. W. N. Pugin: Master of Gothic Revival
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin, whose ideas may seem at first glance to be rooted in the Middle Ages, was actually a child of the Industrial Revolution, sharing his generation’s enthusiasm for innovation and progress. By 1812, the year of his birth, every aspect of Britain’s manufacturing industry was undergoing a rapid transformation through the introduction of steam and water power,...
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Saint Marie’s Grange, A. W. N. Pugin’s first essay in practical architecture, was built at Alderbury in 1835. It stands among woods on the steep slope of the valley of the river Nadder, a few miles from Salisbury in Wiltshire. The distinct shape, now so characteristic of Victorian domestic architecture as a whole, stands above the surrounding trees....
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The influence of A. W. N. Pugin in America was profound, but indirect, for he never designed an American building. After his death, two still mysterious trips to America made by his sons, E. W. Pugin (in 1873-74) and Peter Paul Pugin (around 1880), are said to have generated thirty commissions for churches, but most of this...
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The catalogue is arranged to follow the organization of the exhibition. The first part highlights Pugin’s early years and his growing passion for the integrity of medieval architecture and design...
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~~~Archival material relating to Pugin, his colleagues and clients, may be found in the following collections among others:
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~Photographs of objects in the exhibition were taken by Graham Miller, with the exception of those listed below. Other photographs were provided by the photographic department of the Victoria & Albert Museum and by other institutions and private collections who have kindly granted permission to reproduce them herein.
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