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" Gothick, in its most improved state. The extremely beautiful effect of large masses of architecture by moonlight, may be considered as a kind of optical deception, and nearly the same as that produced by statuary when strongly illuminated. Thus seen,... "
A New Description of York, Containing Some Account of Its Antiquities ... - Página 36
1830
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Observations on English Architecture, Military, Ecclesiastical, and Civil ...

James Dallaway - 1806 - 318 páginas
...open parapet and pinnacles so richly clustered, are an example of Gothick, in its most improved state. The extremely beautiful effect of large masses of...statuary when strongly illuminated. Thus seen, the tower of this cathedral acquires a degree of lightness, so superior to that which it shows under the...
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A Description of York: Containing Some Account of Its Antiquities, Public ...

George W. Todd - 1811 - 91 páginas
...expresses his opinion of the advantage of an external view, by moon-light, iathe following terms :— i " " The extremely beautiful effect of large masses of...degree of lightness, so superior to that which is shewn under the meridian sun, that they no longer appear of human construction."* See also tLe learuecl...
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History, Directory & Gazeteer, of the County of York: With Select ..., Volumen2

Edward Baines - 1823
...delusion of the most impressive kind takes place, and the towers and pinnacle« of the Cathedral " acquire a degree of lightness so superior to that...that they no longer appear of human construction."* The INTBRIOR of the Cathedral corresponds in every particular with the magnificence of the exterior....
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History, Directory & Gazeteer, of the County of York: With Select ..., Volumen2

Edward Baines - 1823
...delusion of the most impressive kind takes place, and the towen and pinnacles of the Cathedral " acquire m degree of lightness so superior to that which is shown...that they no longer appear of human construction."* The INTERIOR of the Cathedral corresponds in every particular with the magnificence of the exterior....
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A Series of Discourses Upon Architecture in England from the Norman Æra to ...

James Dallaway - 1833 - 447 páginas
...parapet and pinnacles so richly clustered, are an example of Gothick, in its most improved state. " The extremely beautiful effect of large masses of...statuary when strongly illuminated. Thus seen, the tower of this cathedral acquires a degree of lightness, so superior to that which it shows under the...
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Magazine of Western History, Volumen14

1891
...magnificent of its kind in the world, an example of Gothic architecture'in its most improved state. "The extremely beautiful effect of large masses of...by moonlight may be considered as a kind of optical illusion. Thus seen, the tower of the cathedral acquires a degree of lightness so superior to that...
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