William Burges — Designer, Scholar and Collector: Accurate Representations of Arms and Armour in the Architecture of Cardiff Castle

@article{Hood2009WilliamB,
  title={William Burges — Designer, Scholar and Collector: Accurate Representations of Arms and Armour in the Architecture of Cardiff Castle},
  author={Jamie S. Hood},
  journal={Arms \& Armour},
  year={2009},
  volume={6},
  pages={144 - 174}
}
Abstract From Spring 2007 to late 2008, the architectural conservation company Paine and Stewart Ltd was given the prestigious task of restoring the interior decorative schemes at Cardiff Castle that were designed by the architect and designer William Burges. During the project, the work constituted the largest historic interior preservation programme in the UK. The systematic approach encompassed almost every room designed or embellished by Burges, and provided the opportunity to conduct a… Expand
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