Two houses in Stokes Croft, Bristol, designed for the Rev. F.W.Gotch D.D: Side elevation and elevation towards Stokes Croft. Edward William Godwin, 1833-86. c. 1868. Pen & ink and watercolour on tracing paper laid on paper,14⅝ x 20¼ inches (37 x 51.5 cm). Inscribed on backboard upper right “Godwin and Crisp Archts., Bristol.” Source: Architects for a New Age. [Click on images to enlarge them.]

As the commission was for a pair of shops with accommodation above, it may be assumed this was either an investment or charitable commission for Rev. Gotch.

Left: Elevation showing windows of staircase and sculleries. c.1868. Right: Four elevations of chimney stacks. c.1868–69

Left: Details of lead finial. c.1868. Middle: Freestone finials on dormers. c.1868–69. Right: Gables and chimney stack against Mr. Parry’s house..

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Bibliography

Architects for a New Age. Exhibition catalogue. London: Fine Art Society in association with Haslam & Whiteway, 2008.


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