Architectural Notes on German Churches: With Remarks On The Origin Of Gothic Architecture (Cambridge Library Collection - Art and Architecture) Paperback – 28 Mar 2013
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William Whewell (1794–1866), fellow and then master of Trinity College, Cambridge, first published this work anonymously in 1830. It is notable for offering a detailed analysis of Gothic architecture's origins and development. The discussion of German churches, despite the book's title, is of secondary concern.
About the Author
William Whewell (1794-1866) was a professor of mineralogy (1828-1832) and moral philosophy (1838-1855) at the University of Cambridge. For twenty-five years he was the Master of Trinity College at Cambridge. Whewell was the author of many books, including "History of the Inductive Sciences" and" Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences".