Pugin's Ecclesiastical Ornament (Dover Pictorial Archives)

Pugin's Ecclesiastical Ornament (Dover Pictorial Archives)

Pugin's Ecclesiastical Ornament (Dover Pictorial Archives)

While Victorian artist and architect A. Welby Pugin is perhaps best known for his work on the Houses of Parliament in the neo-Gothic style, he also produced a wealth of beautiful ecclesiastical designs that hark back to their medieval roots.
These spectacular color plates, displaying a selection of Pugin's religious motifs, provide graphic artists with a magnificent sourcebook of ideas. This new anthology reveals Pugin's masterful use of pattern, color, and ornamentation—as presented in hundreds of designs that embellish altar cloths, crosses, and church vestments.

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