|| ix, 246 : ill. (chiefly col.), portraits, facsims, plans, notes, bib., index, pbk ; 30 cm.
Published in conjunction with the sesqui-centenary Visions of Australia national touring exhibition of the same title shown at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart, 14 September to 10 November 2002, the Bendigo Art Galley, Bendigo, 14 December 2002 to 26 January 2003, the National Library of Australia, 14 February to 18 May 2003, and the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, 5 June to 20 July, 2003.
Researched and written by Brian Andrews, this catalogue honours the prodigious talents of Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin (1812-52), the highly influential early Victorian architect, designer and theorist. Pugin's only coherent collection of works outside Britain and Ireland is to be found in Australia. This is the first comprehensive study of Pugin's Australian works, some of the most significant in history. Over 280 items are described, analysed, illustrated and set within the wider social and artistic context and include furniture, textiles, stonework, metalwork, books, paintings, engravings, drawings, photographs and designs.
Machine derived contents note: Notes on the Catalogue 1 -- Who was Pugin? The Architect and the Age 3 -- Pugin and Willson 38 -- To Van Diemen's Land 5 -- Building a Gothic Jerusalem 82 -- Henry Hunter as a Discipe of Pugin 42 -- Commercial Clients 160 -- The Wider Pugin Legacy 207 -- Appendix A: Liturgical Arrangements in Pugin's Churches 228 -- Appendix B: The Probable Dissemination and Movement of 221 -- Bishop Willson's Ten Simple 1847 Chalices and Patens -- Appendix C: Hardman's Manufacturing Processes and Costs 222 -- for an 1845 Pyx and Simple Chalice of 1847 -- Appendix D: Dimensions of Pugin's Church Designs or Australia 224 -- Appendix E: A Pugin church typology 225 -- Appendix F: Churches Designed and/or Modified 227 -- and/or Supervised by Henry Hunter -- Appendix G: Works on Architecture, Church Decoration and 230 -- Furnishing in the St May's Cathedral Library, 1859.