Edwardian architecture

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Edwardian architecture. Architecture of the British Empire in the reign of King Edward VII (1901–10), often characterized by an opulent Baroque revival or Wrenaissance, (e.g. Belcher's Ashton Memorial, Lancaster (1906)). However, another aspect was the enormous amount of fine domestic design, including much influenced by the Arts-and-Crafts movement, that was greatly admired on the Continent, notably as a result of the work of Muthesius.


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A. S. Gray (1985);
Fellows (1995, 1999);
H. Muthesius (1979);
Service (ed.) (1975, 1975)
Service (1977)

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