|Title||Architectural Illustrations Of Windsor Castle, By Michael Gandy And Benjamin Baud, Architects. With A Concise Historical And Architectural Account Of that Monarchical Edifice, By John Britton, F.S.A. Author Of The "Architectural And Cathedral Antiquities," "Dictionary Of Architecture Of The Middle Ages" Etc.|
|Imprint||London:: R.A. Sprigg, Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury; M. Gandy And B. Baud., MDCCCXLII.|
|Physical Description||, 12 p., frontis. (port.),  pl.:  illus.; 537 mm. (Folio.)|
|Content Format Note||[Frontis., t.p., dedic.] - Preface - List Of Drawings, Arranged In The Order As Described - [Text]; [colophon] - [Plates].|
|Summary Note||Windsor Castle was developed between the 11th and the 15th century. Some further modifications were made in the 17th century, and extensive works were carried out in the late eighteenth and early 19th centuries by James Wyatt and Jeffry Wyatville (1824-40). Michael Gandy was for many years an assistant to Sir Jeffry.|
The frontispiece shows a portrait of Benjamin Baud. Sixteen lithographed plates show views of Windsor Castle; the rest show plans, elevations and architectural details of the castle.
|Responsibility Note||The frontispiece is signed as drawn by J.W. Childe and engraved by H.B. Hall. The sixteen lithographed plates (pl. 1, 5, 8, 11, 12, 14, 18, 19, 21, 28, 29, 31, 33, 34, 38, 40) are signed as drawn by Michael Gandy or Benjamin Baud and lithographed by G. Hawkins jnr., G. Moore or J.C. Bourne. The engraved plates are signed as drawn by Michael Gandy or Benjamin Baud and engraved by Benj. Winkles.|
Each plate carries the publishers' imprint - either of John Williams Library of Science & Art (from which the words 'John Williams' have in some cases been deleted) or R.A. Sprigg Library of Science & Art. Many of the lithographed plates carry also the imprint of the lithographic printers, Day & Haghe.
The title-page vignette is signed as drawn by Benjamin Baud and engraved by S. Williams. The in-text print on p.11 is unsigned.
The work is dedicated by Michael Gandy and Benjamin Baud to Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
|Subject||Architecture - Castles - Great Britain - Berkshire - Windsor - Windsor Castle - History - 19th century|
Views - Plans - Elevations - Sections - Great Britain - 19th century
Pictorial works - Lithographs - Great Britain - 19th century
|Name as Subject|| Wyatville, Jeffry, R.A., 1766 - 1840|
|References||M. Girouard, Windsor (1995); D. Linstrum, Jeffry Wyatville (1972).|
|Binding Note||20th-century quarter blue morocco, 19th-century blue cloth-covered boards, upper cover gilt-decorated with view of Windsor Castle within circlet and royal arms, lettered 'Gandy And Baud's Windsor Castle'; spine lettered 'Gandy And Baud's Windsor Castle'.|
|Provenance||The title-page is inscribed in ink, 'Presented to the Library of the Royal Academy by the Author - October 1842. CLE' [i.e. Charles Lock Eastlake, Librarian 1842-4]. 'Messrs. Baud and Gandy' are named as the donors of the book in RA Council Minutes (IX, 284).|
|Contributors|| Gandy, Michael, 1773 - 1862, draughtsman, publisher, donor|
Baud, Benjamin, 1807 - 1875, draughtsman, publisher, donor
Britton, John, 1771 - 1857
Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, 1819 - 1901, dedicatee
Albert, Prince, Consort of Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, 1819 - 1861, dedicatee
Childe, James Waring, 1780 - 1862, draughtsman
Hall, Henry Bryan, 1808 - 1884, engraver
Hawkins, George, the younger, 1809 - 1852, lithographer
Winkles, Benjamin, fl. ca. 1828 - 1842?, engraver
Bourne, John Cooke, 1814 - 1896, lithographer
Williams, John, fl. ca. 1831 - 1842?, publisher
Sprigg, R.A., fl. ca. 1842 - 1846?, publisher
Day and Haghe (London). lithographic printer
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