Brand: Vintage illustrations
Evolution of Gothic architecture card
A blank card showing a comparison of English church architecture as it evolved from the Norman style of the 11th century to the specifically English version of Gothic, known as Perpendicular. Adapted from the illustration in A History of Architecture on the Comparative Method for the Student, Craftsman and Amateur, Banister Fletcher (5th Edition, 1905). Printed with vegetable-based inks on a carbon neutral press using responsibly sourced, acid free Italian paper.
- 17 cm x 12 cm
- Blank inside for your own message
- Recycled kraft envelope
- Compostable sleeve
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