Mr. Goldie may be said to hold a middle place between the old and modern school of design. He had the advantage of starting in his profession when the study of Gothic was considerably widened and relieved from the bondage which some twenty years ago still limited its range to national examples. — Eastlake, p. 230

Works

References

Eastlake, Charles L. A History of the Gothic Revival. London: Longmans, Green; N.Y. Scribner, Welford, 1872. [Copy in Brown University's Rockefeller Library]


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