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In 1756, alterations were made to the bookcases at either end of the High Library at Arniston House, Midlothian by George Stevenson. On completion, James Norie was engaged by Robert, Second President Dundas, to paint the room. This paper examines Stevenson's alterations and Norie's original...
Barely visible from the ski-road from Aviemore to the Cairngorms lies a seminal church building by Sir Ninian Comper, who was once described by John Betjeman as ‘the logical outcome of the Gothic Revival’. The following paper is based on research undertaken by the author for a conservation plan.
William Leiper (1839–1916) was a successful and accomplished late nineteenth century architect. This paper describes his seven major ecclesiastical commissions and examines the sources and influences of his designs, how they relate to each other and to his domestic work. Although the body of...
Little is known about the life and career of John Douglas, yet he was a well-respected and successful architect during the middle quarters of the eighteenth century. A cache ofDouglas' drawings came to light in the late 1980s and formed the basis of a 1989 exhibition, organised by lan Gow,...
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