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Bibliography of Works Cited in Catalogue

Allan 1984
Juliet Allan, ‘New Light on William Kent at Hampton Court Palace’, Architectural History, 27 (1984), 50–58   [JSTOR]
Ascoli 1975
David Ascoli, ‘Royal Hospital, Chelsea: A Mystery’, Country Life (5 June 1975), 1491–95   [ProQuest]
Beard 1986
Geoffrey Beard, Craftsmen and Interior Decoration in England, 1660–1820 (London: Bloomsbury Books, 1986)
Beddard 1984
R.A. Beddard, ‘Wren’s Mausoleum for Charles I and the Cult of the Royal Martyr’, Architectural History, 27 (1984), 36–49   [JSTOR]
Bell 1913
Hamilton Bell, ‘Contributions to the History of the English Playhouse: On Three Plans by Sir Christopher Wren’, The Architectural Record, 33 (1913), 359–68   [HathiTrust]
Bennett 1982
J.A. Bennett, The Mathematical Science of Sir Christopher Wren (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982) [Cambridge Core]
Bill 1979
E.G.W. Bill, The Queen Anne Churches: A Catalogue of the Papers in Lambeth Palace Library of the Commission for Building Fifty New Churches in London and Westminster, 1711–1759 (London: Mansell Publishing, 1979)
Blackmore 1986
Howard L. Blackmore, A Dictionary of London Gunmakers, 1350–1850 (Oxford: Phaidon Christie’s, 1986)
Bold 1989
John Bold, John Webb: Architectural Theory and Practice in the Seventeenth Century (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989)
Bold 2000
John Bold, Greenwich: An Architectural History of the Royal Hospital for Seamen and the Queen’s House (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2000)
Boswell 1965
Eleanore Boswell, The Restoration Court Stage, 1660–1702 (New York: Benjamin Blom, 1965)
Bradley and Pevsner 1997
Simon Bradley and Nikolaus Pevsner, London, Vol. 1: The City of London (London: Penguin Books, 1997)
Campbell 1715–25
Colen Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus; or, The British Architect, 3 vols. (London, 1715–25)   [archive.org: v.1][v.2][v.3]
Campbell and Bowles 2004
James W.P. Campbell and Robert Bowles, ‘The Construction of the New Cathedral’, in St Paul’s: The Cathedral Church of London 604–2004, ed. Derek Keene et al. (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2004), 207–19, 220–232
Caroe 1923
W.D. Caroe, Tom Tower (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1923)
Chatwin 1943–44
Philip B. Chatwin, ‘The Rebuilding of St Mary’s Church, Warwick’, Birmingham Archaeological Society Transactions, 65 (1943–44), 1–40
Chatwin 1947–48
Philip B. Chatwin, ‘The Great Fire of Warwick’, Birmingham Archaeological Society Transactions, 67 (1947–48), 35–41
Cherry 1993
Bridget Cherry, ‘John Pollexfen’s House in Walbrook’, in English Architecture: Public and Private, ed. John Bold and Edward Chaney (London and Rio Grande, Ohio: Hambledon Press, 1993), 89–105
Chettle 1937
G.H. Chettle, The Queen’s House, Greenwich (London: London Survey Committee, 1937)
Chettle and Faulkner 1951
G.H. Chettle and P.A. Faulkner, ‘Kensington Palace and Sir Christopher Wren: A Vindication’, Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 14 (1951), 1–10
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Clifford Smith 1931
H. Clifford Smith, Buckingham Palace: Its Furniture, Decoration and History (London: Country Life, 1931)
Colvin 1952
H.M. Colvin, Architectural Drawings in the Bodleian Library (Oxford: Bodleian Library, 1952)
Colvin 1964
H.M. Colvin, A Catalogue of Architectural Drawings of the 18th and 19th Centuries in the Library of Worcester College, Oxford (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1964)
Colvin 1966
H.M. Colvin, ‘Views of the Old Palace of Westminster’, Architectural History, 9 (1966)   [JSTOR]
Colvin 1968
Howard Colvin, Royal Buildings (London: The Royal Institute of British Architects, 1968)
Colvin 1970
H.M. Colvin, ‘Easton Neston Reconsidered’, Country Life (15 October 1970), 968–71   [ProQuest]
Colvin 1976
H.M. Colvin, The Sheldonian Theatre and the Divinity School (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1976)
Colvin 1980
Howard Colvin et al., Architectural Drawings from Lowther Castle Westmorland (Leeds: Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain, 1980)
Colvin 1983
Howard Colvin, Unbuilt Oxford (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1983)
Colvin 1995
Howard Colvin, A Biographical Dictionary of British Architects, 1600–1840 (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1995)
Colvin and Simmons 1989
Howard Colvin and J.S.G. Simmons, All Souls: An Oxford College and Its Buildings (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989)
Cook 1970
Alan Cook, ‘Wren’s Design for Winchester Palace, Hampshire’, in The Country Seat: Studies in the History of the British Country House Presented to Sir John Summerson, ed. Howard Colvin and John Harris (London: Allen Lane, 1970)
Crayford 2001
Robert Crayford, ‘The Setting-Out of St Paul’s Cathedral’, Architectural History, 44 (2001)   [JSTOR]
Croft-Murray and Hulton 1960
E. Croft-Murray and P. Hulton, Catalogue of British Drawings, 1: XVI and XVII Centuries, 2 vols. (London: British Museum, 1960)
Dean 1950
C.G.T. Dean, The Royal Hospital Chelsea (London: Hutchison & Co., 1950)
Destailleur 1871
M.H. Destailleur, Recueil d’estampes relatives à l’ornamentation des appartements aux XVI, XVII, et XVIII siècles (Paris: Rapilly, Libraire et Marchand d’Estampes, 1871)   [e-rara]
Dimmick 1958
Thomas F. Dimmick, The Early History of Northolt and the Parish Church of St. Mary (n.p., 1958)
Dircks 1923
Rudolf Dircks, ed., Sir Christopher Wren A.D. 1632–1723: Bicentenary Memorial Volume (London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1923)
Douglas Stewart 1997
J. Douglas Stewart, ‘A Militant, Stoic Monument: the Wren–Cibber–Gibbons Charles I Mausoleum Project: Its Authors, Sources, Meaning, and Influence’, in The Restoration Mind, ed. W. Gerald Marshall (Newark and London: University of Delaware Press, 1997)
Downes 1959
Kerry Downes, Hawksmoor (London: A. Zwemmer Ltd, 1959)
Downes 1960
Kerry Downes, ‘Fuller’s Last Judgement’, The Burlington Magazine, 102 (1960), 450–52   [JSTOR]
Downes 1966
Kerry Downes, English Baroque Architecture (London: A. Zwemmer Ltd, 1966)
Downes 1969
Kerry Downes, Hawksmoor (London: Thames and Hudson, 1969)
Downes 1970
Kerry Downes, ‘Three Drawings for Ingestre Hall, Staffordshire’, in The Country Seat: Studies in the History of the British Country House Presented to Sir John Summerson, ed. Howard Colvin and John Harris (London: Allen Lane, 1970), 55–57
Downes 1971a
Kerry Downes, ‘Wren and Whitehall in 1664’, The Burlington Magazine, 113 (1971), 89–92   [JSTOR]
Downes 1971b
Kerry Downes, Christopher Wren (London: Allen Lane, 1971)
Downes 1977
Kerry Downes, Vanbrugh (London: A. Zwemmer Ltd, 1977)
Downes 1982a
Kerry Downes, The Architecture of Wren (Reading: Redhedge, 1988; 2nd edn)
Downes 1982b
Sir Christopher Wren: An Exhibition Selected by Kerry Downes at the Whitechapel Art Gallery (London: Whitechapel Art Gallery, 1982)
Downes 1987
Kerry Downes, ‘Hawksmoor’s House at Easton Neston’, Architectural History, 30 (1987), 50–76   [JSTOR]
Downes 1988
Kerry Downes, Sir Christopher Wren: The Design of St. Paul’s Cathedral (London: Trefoil Publications, 1988)
Downes 1991
Sir Christopher Wren and the Making of St Paul’s (London: Royal Academy of Arts, 1991
Downes 1994
Kerry Downes, ‘Sir Christopher Wren, Edward Woodroffe, J.H. Mansart, and Architectural History’, Architectural History, 37 (1994), 37–67   [JSTOR]
Downes 2004
Kerry Downes, ‘Wren and the New Cathedral’, in St Paul’s: The Cathedral Church of London 604–2004, ed. Derek Keene et al. (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2004), 191–206
Du Prey 2000
Pierre de la Ruffinière Du Prey, Hawksmoor’s London Churches: Architecture and Theology (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2000)
Dunmore 1992
Richard Dunmore, This Noble Foundation: A History of the Sir John Moore School at Appleby Magna in Leicestershire (Ashby de la Zouch: The Sir John Moore Foundation, 1992)
Elliott 1997
John R. Eliott, ‘Drama’, in The History of the University of Oxford, IV, Seventeenth-Century Oxford, ed. Nicholas Tyacke (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997), 641–58
Esterly 1998
David Esterly, Grinling Gibbons and the Art of Carving (New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1988)
Evelyn 1955
The Diary of John Evelyn, ed. E.S. de Beer, 5 vols. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1955)
Farr 1992
Michael W. Farr, The Great Fire of Warwick, 1694: The Records of the Commissioners Appointed under an Act of Parliament for Rebuilding the Town of Warwick (Warwick: Dugdale Society, 1992)
Foster 1891–92
Joseph Foster, Alumni Oxonienses: The Members of the University of Oxford, 1500–1714, 4 vols. (London: James Parker, 1891–92)   [British History Online]
Geraghty 1999
Anthony Geraghty, ‘Introducing Thomas Laine: Draughtsman to Sir Christopher Wren’, Architectural History, 42 (1999), 240–45   [JSTOR]
Geraghty 2000
Anthony Geraghty, ‘Nicholas Hawksmoor and the Wren City Church Steeples’, The Georgian Group Journal, 10 (2000), 1–14
Geraghty 2001
Anthony Geraghty, ‘Edward Woodroofe: Sir Christopher Wren’s First Draughtsman’, The Burlington Magazine, 143 (August 2001), 474–79   [JSTOR]
Geraghty 2002
Anthony Geraghty, ‘Wren’s Preliminary Design for the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford’, Architectural History, 45 (2002), 275–88   [JSTOR]
Girouard 1962
Mark Girouard, ‘The Smythson Collection of the Royal Institute of British Architects’, Architectural History, 5 (1962)   [JSTOR]
Grant 1990
Lindy Grant, ed., Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology in London (Leeds: W.S. Maney, 1990)
Green 1951
David Green, Blenheim Palace (London: Country Life, 1951)
Green 1956
David Green, Gardener to Queen Anne: Henry Wise (1653–1738) and the Formal Garden (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1956)
Green 1964
David Green, Grinling Gibbons: His Work as Carver and Statuary (London: Country Life, 1964)
Guilding 2001
Ruth Guilding, Marble Mania: Sculpture Galleries in England, 1640–1640 (London: Sir John Soane’s Museum, 2001)
Gunnis 1953
Rupert Gunnis, Dictionary of British Sculptors, 1660–1851 (London: Odhams Press Ltd, 1953)
Harris 1961
John Harris, ‘Cast Iron Columns 1706’, Architectural Review, 130 (1961), 60–61
Harris 1963
John Harris, ‘Thoresby Concluded’, Architectural History, 6 (1963), 103–05   [JSTOR]
Harris 1968
John Harris, Buckingham Palace (London: Thomas Nelson, 1968)
Harris 1970
John Harris, ‘Kneller Hall, Middlesex’, in The Country Seat: Studies in the History of the British Country House Presented to Sir John Summerson, ed. Howard Colvin and John Harris (London: Allen Lane, 1970), 81–84
Harris 1971
John Harris, A Catalogue of British Drawings for Architecture, Decoration, Sculpture and Landscape Gardening, 1550–1900 in American Collections (Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Gregg Press, 1971)
Harris 1972
John Harris, A Catalogue of the Drawings Collection of the Royal Institute of British Architects: Inigo Jones and John Webb (Farnborough: Gregg International Publishers Ltd, 1972)
Harris 1985
John Harris, The Architect and the British Country House, 1620–1920 (Washington: American Institute of Architects Foundation, 1985)
Harris 1990
Eileen Harris (assisted by Nicholas Savage), British Architectural Books and Writers, 1556–1785 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990)
Harris and Higgott 1989
John Harris and Gordon Higgott, Inigo Jones: Complete Architectural Drawings (New York and London: The Drawings Centre, 1989)
Harris and Tait 1979
John Harris and A.A. Tait, Catalogue of the Drawings of Inigo Jones, John Webb and Isaac de Caus at Worcester College Oxford (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979)
Hart 2002
Vaughan Hart, Nicholas Hawksmoor: Rebuilding Ancient Wonders (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2002)
Hart and Hicks 1996
Vaughan Hart and Peter Hicks, eds, Sebastiano Serlio on Architecture, 1 (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1996)
Hart and Hicks 2006
Vaughan Hart and Peter Hicks, eds, Palladio’s Rome: A Translation of Andrea Palladio’s Two Guidebooks to Rome (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2006)
Haynes 1975
D.E.L. Haynes, The Arundel Marbles (Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum, 1975)
Heward and Taylor 1996
John Heward and Robert Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire (Swindon: Royal Commission on Historical Monuments of England, 1996)
Higgott 2004a
Gordon Higgott, ‘The Fabric to 1670’, in St Paul’s: The Cathedral Church of London 604–2004, ed. Derek Keene et al. (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2004), 171–90
Higgott 2004b
Gordon Higgott, ‘The Revised Design for St Paul’s Cathedral, 1685–90: Wren, Hawksmoor and Les Invalides’, The Burlington Magazine, 146 (2004), 534–47   [JSTOR]
Higgott 2007
Manuscript text of the on-line database of the English Baroque architectural drawings at Sir John Soane's Museum. [Final version]
Higham 1962
C.S.S. Higham, Wimbledon Manor House under the Cecils (London: Longmans, 1962)
Highfield 1959
J.R.L. Highfield, ‘Alexander Fisher, Sir Christopher Wren and Merton College Chapel’, Oxoniensia, 24 (1959), 70–82   [Oxoniensia]
Hine 1951
Reginald Leslie Hine, Relics of an Un-common Attorney (London: J.M. Dent & Sons, 1951)
Hiscock 1946
W.G. Hiscock, A Christ Church Miscellany (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1946)
Home 1931
Gordon Home, Old London Bridge (London: J. Lane, 1931)
Honour 1953
Hugh Honour, ‘An Epic of Ruin-Building’, Country Life (10 December 1953), 1968–69   [ProQuest]
Hooke 1935
The Diary of Robert Hooke, 1672–1680, ed. Henry W. Robinson and Walter Adams (London: Taylor and Francis Ltd, 1935)
Hunter 1995
Michael Hunter, Science and the Shape of Orthodoxy: Intellectual Change in Late Seventeenth-Century Britain (Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 1995)
Husselby and Henderson 2002
‘Location, Location, Location! Cecil House in the Strand’, Architectural History, 45 (2002), 159–93   [JSTOR]
Impey 2003
Edward Impey, Kensington Palace: The Official Illustrated History (London and New York: Merrell Publishers Ltd, 2003)
Ingress Bell 1880–81
E. Ingress Bell, ‘The Modern Barrack: Its Plan and Construction’, Transactions of the Royal Institute of British Architects (1880–81)
Jacques 1995
David Jacques, ‘The History of the Privy Garden’, Apollo, 142 (1995), 23–42
Jardine 2002
Lisa Jardine, On a Grander Scale: The Outstanding Career of Sir Christopher Wren (London: Harper Collins, 2002)
Jardine 2003
Lisa Jardine, The Curious Life of Robert Hooke (London: Harper Collins, 2003)
Jeffery 1988
Paul Jeffery, ‘The Church That Never Was: Wren’s St Mary and Other Projects for Lincoln’s Inn Fields’, Architectural History, 31 (1988), 136–47   [JSTOR]
Jeffery 1996
Paul Jeffery, The City Churches of Sir Christopher Wren (London and Rio Grande: The Hambledon Press, 1996)
Jones 1999
Clyve Jones, ‘Jacobites under the Bed: Bishop Francis Atterbury, the Earl of Sunderland and the Westminster School Dormitory Case of 1721’, British Library Journal, 25/1 (1999), 35–54
Kingsford 1922
C.L. Kingsford, ‘Bath Inn or Arundel House’, Archaeologia, 72 (1922), 243–77
Langhans 1964
Edward A. Langhans, ‘Wren’s Restoration Playhouse’, Theatre Notebook, 18 (1964), 91–100
Langhans 1966
Edward A. Langhans, ‘Pictorial Material on the Bridges Street and Drury Lane Theatres’, Theatre Survey, 7 (1966), 80–100 [Cambridge Core]
Leacroft 1951
Richard Leacroft, ‘Wren’s Drury Lane’, The Architectural Review, 110 (1951), 43–46
Leacroft 1988
Richard Leacroft, The Development of the English Playhouse, 2nd edn (London and New York: Methuen, 1988)
Lees-Milne 1970
James Lees-Milne, English Country Houses: Baroque, 1685–1715 (London: Country Life, 1970)
Lethaby 1908
W.R. Lethaby, ‘Wren’s Drawings of Old St Paul’s at All Souls College, Oxford’, London Topographical Record, 5 (1908), 136–37
Lethaby 1930
W.R, Lethaby, ‘Old St Paul’s’, The Builder, 138 (January–June 1930), 671–73, 862–64, 1091–03; 139 (July–December 1930), 24–26, 193–95, 234–36, 393–95, 613–65, 791–93, 1005–07, 1088–90
Lever 1973
Jill Lever, ed., Catalogue of the Drawings Collection of the Royal Institute of British Architects: G–K (Farnborough: Gregg International Publishers Ltd, 1973)
Lever 1984
Jill Lever, ed., Catalogue of the Drawings Collection of the Royal Institute of British Architects: T–Z (Farnborough: Gregg International Publishers Ltd, 1984)
Liversidge 1992
M.J.H. Liversidge, ‘Prelude to the Baroque: Isaac Fuller at Oxford’, Oxoniensia, 57 (1992), 311–29   [Oxoniensia]
Loeber 1981
Rolf Loeber, A Biographical Dictionary of Architects in Ireland (London: John Murray, 1981)
Louw 1981
H.J. Louw, ‘Anglo-Netherlandish Architectural Interchange, c. 1600–c. 1660’, Architectural History, 24 (1981), 1–23   [JSTOR]
Lynton 1955
Norbert Lynton, ‘A Wren Drawing for St. Paul’s’, The Burlington Magazine, 97 (1955), 40–44, 120   [JSTOR]
McKitterick 1995
David McKitterick, ed., The Making of the Wren Library (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995)
Meadows 1994
Peter Meadows, ‘Sir Christopher Wren and Pembroke College Chapel’, Georgian Group Journal, 4 (1994)
Moore 1998
J.E. Moore, ‘Sir Christopher Wren’s Roman Accent’, The Art Bulletin, 80 (1998), 498–533   [JSTOR]
Mullin and Koenig 1967
Donald Mullin and Bruce Koenig, ‘Christopher Wren’s Theatre Royal’, Theatre Notebook, 21 (1967), 180–87
Newman 1997
John Newman, ‘The Architectural Setting’, in The History of the University of Oxford, vol. 4: Seventeenth-Century Oxford, ed. Nicholas Tyacke (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997), 135–77   [Oxford Scholarship Online]
Newman 2004
John Newman, ‘Fittings and Liturgy in Post-Fire St Paul’s’, in St Paul’s: The Cathedral Church of London 604–2004, ed. Derek Keene et al. (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2004), 220–32
Nicoll 1948
Allardyce Nicoll, The Development of the Theatre: A Study of the Theatrical Art from the Beginnings to the Present Day, 3rd edn (London: George G. Harrap & Co., 1948)
Oates 1986
J.C.T. Oates, Cambridge University Library: A History, from the Beginnings to the Copyright Act of Queen Anne (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1986)
Orrell 1985
John Orrell, The Theatres of Inigo Jones and John Webb (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985)
Orrell 1988
John Orrell, The Human Stage: English Theatre Design, 1567–1640 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988)
Oswald 1948
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Palme 1957
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Pearce 2001
David Pearce, The Great Houses of London (New York: The Vendome Press, 2001)
Platt 2004–05
Tony Platt, ‘Stone Models’, The Westminster Abbey Chorister, 39 (2004–05), 42–47
Port 1986
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L. Potter, ‘The Royal Martyr in the Restoration’, in The Royal Image: Representations of Charles I, ed. T.N. Corns (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999)
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Reddaway 1951
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Roberts 1997
Jane Roberts, Royal Landscape: Gardens and Parks of Windsor (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1997)
Roberts 2002
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Simmons 1977
J.S.G. Simmons, The Wren Drawings at All Souls: Notes for the Members of the National Art Collections Fund (All Souls College, Oxford, 1977)
Sladen 2004
Teresa Sladen, ‘Embellishment and Decoration’, in St Paul’s: The Cathedral Church of London 604–2004, ed. Derek Keene et al. (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2004), 233–56
Smith 1992
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Smith 1999
Peter Smith, ‘West Dean House, Wiltshire’, The Georgian Group Journal, 9 (1999), 86–106
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Lydia M. Soo, Wren’s ‘Tracts’ on Architecture and Other Writings (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998)
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Stevenson 1882–89
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Stoesser-Johnston 2000
Alison Stoesser-Johnston, ‘Robert Hooke and Holland: Dutch Influence on his Architecture’, Bulletin KNOB (Koninklijke Nederlandse Oudheidkundige Bond), 99 (2000), 121–137   [Bulletin KNOB]
Summerson 1952
John Summerson, ‘Drawings for the London City Churches’, The RIBA Journal (February 1952), 126–29
Summerson 1953
John Summerson, Sir Christopher Wren (London: Brief Lives, Collins, 1953)
Summerson 1953/93
John Summerson, Architecture in Britain, 1530–1830, 9th edn (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1993)
Summerson 1961/90
John Summerson, ‘The Penultimate Design for St Paul’s Cathedral’, in The Unromantic Castle and Other Essays (London: Thames and Hudson, 1990), 69–78. Originally published in The Burlington Magazine, 103 (1961), 83–89   [JSTOR]
Summerson 1964
John Summerson, The Sheldonian in its Time (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1964)
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John Summerson, ‘Drawings for the London City Churches in the Bute Collection: A Catalogue’, Architectural History, 13 (1970), 30–42   [JSTOR]
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John Summerson, The Unromantic Castle and Other Essays (London: Thames and Hudson, 1990)
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John Summerson, ‘J.H. Mansart, Sir Christopher Wren and the Dome of St Paul’s’, The Burlington Magazine, 132 (1990), 32–36   [JSTOR]
Tanner 1951
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David Thomas and Arnold Hare, Restoration and Georgian England, 1660–1788 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998)
Thurley 1998a
Simon Thurley, The Lost Palace of Whitehall (London: Royal Institute of British Architects, 1998)
Thurley 1998b
Simon Thurley, The Whitehall Palace Plan of 1670 (London: London Topographical Society, 1998)
Thurley 1999
Simon Thurley, Whitehall Palace: An Architectural History of the Royal Apartments, 1240–1690 (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1999)
Thurley 2000
Simon Thurley, ‘A Country Seat Fit for a King: Charles II, Greenwich and Winchester’, in The Stuart Courts, ed. Eveline Cruikshanks (Stroud: Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000)
Thurley 2002
Simon Thurley, ‘The Stuart Kings, Oliver Cromwell and the Chapel Royal 1618–1685’, Architectural History, 45 (2002), 238–74   [JSTOR]
Thurley 2003
Simon Thurley, Hampton Court: A Social and Architectural History (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2003)
Thurley 2004
Simon Thurley, The Lost Buildings of Britain (London: Viking, 2004)
Watkin 1972
D.J. Watkin, Sale Catalogues of Libraries of Eminent Persons, vol. 4: Architects (London: Mansell Information/Publishing Ltd, 1972)
Watson, Brigham, and Dyson 2001
Bruce Watson, Trevor Brigham, and Tony Dyson, London Bridge: 2000 Years of a River Crossing (London: Museum of London, 2001)
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Geoffrey Webb, Wren (London: Duckworth, 1937)
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Margaret Whinney, ‘John Webb’s Drawings for Whitehall Palace’, The Walpole Society, 31 (1946), 45–107   [JSTOR]
Whinney 1948
Margaret Whinney, Grinling Gibbons in Cambridge (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1948)
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Margaret Whinney, Wren (London: Thames and Hudson, 1971)
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Margaret Whinney and Oliver Millar, English Art, 1625–1714 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1957)
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White 1997
Roger White, Nicholas Hawksmoor and the Replanning of Oxford (Hunstanton: Witley Press Ltd, 1997)
Willis and Clark 1886
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Wilton-Ely 1999
John Wilton-Ely, ‘Model for Easton Neston’, in The Triumph of the Baroque, ed. Henry A. Millon (London: Thames and Hudson, 1999), 500–01
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