THE CAMBRIDGE CULTURAL HISTORY OF BRITAIN. VOLUME 3. SIXTEENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN. (FIRST PUBLISHED AS THE CAMBRIDGE CULTURAL GUIDE TO THE ARTS IN BRITAIN: RENAISSANCE AND REFORMATION.)


325 pp, 10" H. Bound in full dark blue cloth with title and shield in gold on spine. B&w illustrations and colour plates. Contents: General Introduction; Renaissance and Reformation; Architecture; Literature and Drama; The Town of Shrewsbury; Music; Renaissance Gardens and Parks; Painting and Imagery; A Tudor House: Hardwick Hall; The Crafts and Decorative Arts; Further Reading and Artists' Biographies; Index. Book is Fine.

Title: THE CAMBRIDGE CULTURAL HISTORY OF BRITAIN. VOLUME 3. SIXTEENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN. (FIRST PUBLISHED AS THE CAMBRIDGE CULTURAL GUIDE TO THE ARTS IN BRITAIN: RENAISSANCE AND REFORMATION.)

Author Name: Ford, Boris, ed. Dominic Baker-Smith, Malcolm Airs, Derek Traversi, Eric Mercer, John Milsom, John Steane, Maurice Howard, Nigel Llewellyn, Philippa Glanville, Michael Leslie.

Categories: British History, Literary Reference, Music & Dance, Art - General, Architecture/Interior Design,

Publisher: Cambridge, Cambrige University Press for The Folio Society: 1995

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Fine

Jacket Condition: No Jacket - (as issued)

Seller ID: 29879

Keywords: 16th Century Britain, Renaissance, Reformation, Rhetoric, Humanism, Education, Courts, Courtiers, Patronage, Arts, Thomas Cromwell, Protestant Humanism, Queen Elizabeth I, Wales, Language, Scotland, Archtecture; Royal Houses, Country Houses, Palaces, Farmhouses, Public Buildings, Literature, Drama, Spenser, Sonnets, Players, Actors, Playwrights, William Shakespeare, Shrewsbury, Music, Tudor England, Madrigals, Entertainment, Lute Ayres, Dancing, Gardens, Parks, Painting, Imagery, Churches, Hardwick Hall, Crafts, Decorative Arts, Arms, Armour, Greenwich Armoury, Goldsmiths, Goldsmithing, Dress, Clothing, Allegory, Windows, Portraits, Bible, Cambridge University, Chapels, Class, Sculpture, Tapestries, Textiles, Edward VI, France, Gold, Henry VIII, Italy, London, Thomas More, Nonsuch Palace, Society, Tombs, Wealth, Westminster Abbey.,