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Fanlights: A Visual Architectural History Paperback – 24 May 1990


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The fanlight which epitomizes the Georgian town house flourished in the 18th century in London, Edinburgh, Dublin, Liverpool, Bristol and all the Georgian towns, and spread to North America, and "colonial" architecture in South Africa and Australia. Charlotte Halliday's elegant watercolours and drawings are supported by a social architectural history by Alexander Stuart Gray, author of "Edwardian Architecture", and a technical section is contributed by John Sambrook, traditional fanlight maker.

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