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Nikolaus Pevsner papers, 1903-1982

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Pevsner (Nikolaus) Papers

Indexing Terms

Subjects - Names

Gropius, Walter
Morris, William
Pevsner, Nikolaus

Subjects - Corporate Bodies

Architectural Association (Great Britain)
Architectural guides for travelers
Courtauld Institute of Art
Gemäldegalerie (Dresden, Germany)
Great Britain. Royal Fine Art Commission
Jerusalem Committee
Omega Workshops
Penguin (Firm)
University of Cambridge
University of London
University of Oxford

Subjects - Topics

Architecture -- Directories
Architecture -- Education
Architecture -- England -- Guidebooks
Architecture -- Great Britain
Architecture -- Great Britain -- Guidebooks
Architecture -- Great Britain -- History
Architecture -- Great Britain -- Periodicals
Architecture -- Historiography
Architecture -- Modern
Architecture -- Periodicals
Art historians
Painting, Baroque -- Italy
Sculpture, German

Subjects - Places

England -- Buildings, structures, etc.
England -- Buildings, structures, etc. -- Guidebooks
Great Britain -- Description and travel

Subjects - Titles

A history of building types
Academies of art, past and present
An outline of European architecture
Buildings of England
Charles R. Mackintosh
Englishness of English art
Penguin dictionary of architecture
Pioneers of the modern movement from William Morris to Walter Gropius
The Architectural review


Ashby, Charles R.
Ebhardt, Bodo
Fleming, John
Gropius, Walter
Mackmurdo, A. H. (Arthur Heygate)
Pevsner, Nikolaus
Pinder, Wilhelm
Posener, Julius
Russell, Gordon, Sir
Schlosser, Julius, Ritter von
Voysey, Charles F. A.

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