Click Image to EnlargeThe actual prints are at a much higher resolution than you see hereSee Website for an exampleThis range of buildings at Balliol is the work of Waterhouse, a very popular architect for college buildings in the 1860s, probably best known for the Natural History Museum in South Kensington. A Lancashire Quaker he was a bit too successful to be admired by posterity, but I love the precision of his use of stone coursing and banding – his draughtsmen must have drawn out every one. Its a design theme that is even more pronounced when he uses brickwork. My favourite of his is Pembroke in Cambridge.
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