House of the Musicians at Rheims

J. J. Stevenson

c. 1880

Signed with initials lower left

Source: Stevenson’s House Architecture, I, 150

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“Even when, in great halls built for civil and domestic purposes, pointed vaults and pointed windows were used, the lower lights, being arranged to open for air and view, were always square-headed. The glass in the upper lights was fixed, being let into grooves in the stone as in church windows.” [continued below]

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