Photo Peter Rowland on flickr.jpg

Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin (1812 - 1852)


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The Grange, Ramsgate, designed by Pugin as his family home, photo by David Noble on flickr.jpg
The Grange, Ramsgate,
 designed by Pugin as his family home,
 photo by David Noble on flickr
The Grange, Ramsgate, designed by Pugin as his family home (completed 1844), photo by rayyaro on flickr.jpg
The Grange, Ramsgate,
designed by Pugin as his family home
 (completed 1844),
 photo by rayyaro on flickr
The Grange, Ramsgate, designed by Pugin as his family home, photo by David Noble on flickr,2.jpg
The Grange, Ramsgate,
 designed by Pugin as his family home,
 photo by David Noble on flickr
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin, The Grange, Ramsgate, designed by Pugin as his family home, photo by JackyR on Wikipedia.jpg
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin,
 The Grange, Ramsgate,
designed by Pugin
 as his family home,
photo by JackyR on Wikipedia
       

   

The Grange, Ramsgate, designed by Pugin as his family home (completed 1844), photo by rayyaro on flickr,2.jpg
The Grange, Ramsgate,
 designed by Pugin as his family home
 (completed 1844),
photo by rayyaro on flickr
The Grange, Ramsgate, designed by Pugin as his family home, photo by David Noble on flickr,3.jpg
The Grange, Ramsgate,
 designed by Pugin as his family home,
 photo by David Noble on flickr
The Grange, Ramsgate, designed by Pugin as his family home, chapel in his house, photo by David Noble on flickr.jpg
The Grange, Ramsgate,
 designed by Pugin as his family home,
chapel in his house,
 photo by David Noble on flickr
The Grange, Ramsgate, designed by Pugin as his family home, drawing room, photo by David Noble on flickr.jpg
The Grange, Ramsgate,
designed by Pugin as his family home,
 drawing room,
photo by David Noble on flickr


     
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin, Cotton College, photo Roger W Haworth, geograph.org.uk (Wikipedia).jpg
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin,
 Cotton College,
photo Roger W Haworth,
 geograph.org.uk (Wikipedia)
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin, Bilton Grange School, photo by Brian W Sherwin on imagesofengland.org.uk.jpg
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin
Bilton Grange School,
 photo by Brian W Sherwin
on imagesofengland.org.uk
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin, St Mary's Convent, Handsworth, photo by Pjposullivan on Wikipedia.JPG
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin,
 St Mary's Convent, Handsworth,
 photo by Pjposullivan
 on Wikipedia
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin, Scarisbrick Hall, photo by PC78 on Wikipedia.JPG
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin,
Scarisbrick Hall,
 photo by PC78 on Wikipedia


     


     
Kenilworth, StAugustine, Presbytery, photo by Motacilla on Wikipedia.jpg
Kenilworth, StAugustine, Presbytery,
 photo by Motacilla
on Wikipedia
Pugin, Bilton Grange, photo by David Noble on flickr.jpg
Pugin, Bilton Grange,
 photo by David Noble
on flickr
An apology for the revival of Christian architecture in England by Pugin (Wikipedia).jpg
An apology for the revival
 of Christian architecture in England
by Pugin (Wikipedia)
A comparison by Augustus Pugin of the new 1834 Workhouse plan, with his romanticised ideal of 'ye olde workhouse', (Wikipedia).jpg
A comparison by Augustus Pugin
 of the new 1834 Workhouse plan,
 with his romanticised ideal
 of 'ye olde workhouse', (Wikipedia)




St Mary's Convent, Handsworth, photo by Pjposullivan on Wikipedia,2.JPG
St Mary's Convent, Handsworth,
 photo by Pjposullivan
 on Wikipedia

London, Woolwich, The rectory on the right, along with the church, was designed by Pugin, photo by Kleon3 on Wikipedia.JPG
London, Woolwich,
The rectory on the right,
 along with the church,
 was designed by Pugin,
 photo by Kleon3 on Wikipedia
Meanwood Towers, Leeds, photo by Chemical Engineer on Wikipedia.jpg
Meanwood Towers, Leeds,
 photo by Chemical Engineer
on Wikipedia

Ramsgate, St Edwards, photo by Whn64 on Wikipedia.jpg
Ramsgate, St Edwards,
photo by Whn64
on Wikipedia



     
Pugin, Bilton Grange, photo by David Noble on flickr,2.jpg
Pugin, Bilton Grange,
photo by David Noble on flickr
Pugin, Bilton Grange, photo by David Noble on flickr,3.jpg
Pugin, Bilton Grange,
photo by David Noble on flickr
Pugin, on cashewnut.me.uk.jpg
Pugin,
 on cashewnut.me.uk


     
Oxenford, Grange Gate Lodg, photo by Ainslie on Wikipedia.jpg
Oxenford, Grange Gate Lodge,
 photo by Ainslie
 on Wikipedia
School at St Giles, Cheadle (1841-6) by Augustus Pugin, photo by Steve Cadman on flickr.jpg
School at St Giles, Cheadle
 (1841-6) by Augustus Pugin,
 photo by Steve Cadman on flickr
Gateway of Bishop Eton, photo by Rodhullandemu on Wikipedia.jpg
Gateway of Bishop Eton,
 photo by Rodhullandemu
 on Wikipedia
Oxford Magdalen College Gate, photo by Motacilla on Wikipedia.jpg
Oxford Magdalen College Gate,
photo by Motacilla
 on Wikipedia


     


     


     


     
Drawing by Augustus Pugin, of his Bishop's House in Birmingham (Wikipedia).jpg
Drawing by Augustus Pugin,
 of his Bishop's House
in Birmingham (Wikipedia)
Killarney Cathedral, photo by David Edgar on Wikipedia.jpg
Killarney Cathedral,
photo by David Edgar
on Wikipedia
Killarney Cathedral, photo by Hamster28 on Wikipedia.jpg
Killarney Cathedral,
photo by Hamster28
 on Wikipedia
Nottingham Cathedral, geograph.org.uk, David Newton (Wikipeedia).jpg
Nottingham Cathedral,
 geograph.org.uk,
 David Newton (Wikipeedia)


     
Mount St Bernard Abbey, photo by Fr Lawrence Lew, O.P on flickr.jpg
Mount St Bernard Abbey,
 photo by Fr Lawrence Lew, O.P
 on flickr
Mount St Bernards Abbey, photo by Gtatler on Wikipedia.JPG
Mount St Bernards Abbey,
 photo by Gtatler
on Wikipedia
Our Lady and St_Wilfred Church, Warwick Bridge, geograph.org.uk, phioto by Alexander P Kapp.jpg
Our Lady and St Wilfred Church,
 Warwick Bridge,
geograph.org.uk,
 phioto by Alexander P Kapp
 


     
Ramsgate, St Augustine's_RC church, photo by Whn64 on Wikipedia.jpg
Ramsgate, St Augustine's RC church,
 photo by Whn64
on Wikipedia
Saint Josephs Cathedral Swansea, photo by Wiccasha on Wikipedia.jpg
Saint Josephs Cathedral Swansea,
 photo by Wiccasha
 on Wikipedia
St Chads Cathedral, Birmingham, photo b Tony Hisgett on flickr (Wikipedia).jpg
St Chads Cathedral, Birmingham,
photo b Tony Hisgett on flickr
 (Wikipedia)
 


     
St Augustine’s, photo by Fr Lawrence Lew, O.P on flickr.jpg
St Augustine’s,
photo by Fr Lawrence Lew, O.P
on flickr
St George's Cathedral, Southwark, London, photo by Danny Robinson on geograph.org.uk (Wikipedia).jpg
St George's Cathedral,
Southwark, London,
 photo by Danny Robinson
 on geograph.org.uk (Wikipedia)
St John The Evangelist Church, photo by Mike (KingOfRedArts) Worswick on Wikipedia.jpg
St John The Evangelist Church
 photo by Mike (KingOfRedArts)
 Worswick on Wikipedia
St Leonard, Blithfield, photo by Row17 on Wikipedia.jpg
St Leonard, Blithfield,
 photo by Row17
 on Wikipedia

     
St James the Less Church, Rawtenstall, geograph.org.uk, Alexander P Kapp.jpg
St James the Less Church,
 Rawtenstall, geograph.org.uk,
 Alexander P Kapp
St Mary's Cathedral, Killarney, photo by Dmol on Wikipedia.jpg
St Mary's Cathedral, Killarney,
 photo by Dmol
on Wikipedia
St Mary's Catheral,  Newcastle upon Tyne, photo by Chabe01 on Wikipedia.jpg
St Mary's Catheral,
 Newcastle upon Tyne,
photo by Chabe01 on Wikipedia
St Mary's Catheral,  Newcastle upon Tyne, photo by James@hopgrove on Wikipedia.jpg
St Mary's Catheral,
 Newcastle upon Tyne,
 photo by James@hopgrove
 on Wikipedia

     
Pugin, St Giles' Church Cheadle, photo by David Noble on flickr.jpg
Pugin, St Giles' Church Cheadle,
 photo by David Noble on flickr
Pugin, St Giles' Church Cheadle, photo by alan feebery on flickr.jpg
Pugin, St Giles' Church Cheadle,
 photo by alan feebery on flickr
Pugin, St Marys Cathedral, Newcastle, photo by Michael D Beckwith on flickr.jpg
Pugin,
 St Marys Cathedral, Newcastle,
 photo by Michael D Beckwith
on flickr
Sacred Heart Chapel, Blackpool, photo by Michael D Beckwith on flickr.jpg
Sacred Heart Chapel, Blackpool,
 photo by Michael D Beckwith
 on flickr


     


St Mary's Convent, Handsworth, photo by Pjposullivan on Wikipedia.JPG
St Mary's Convent, Handsworth,
photo by Pjposullivan
on Wikipedia
St Mary's Derby, designed by the renowned Augustus Pugin and built 1838-9, photo by Dun.can on flickr.jpg
St Mary's Derby,
designed by the renowned
 Augustus Pugin and built 1838-9,
 photo by Dun.can on flickr


     
St Oswald's Church, Old Swan, Liverpool, Presbytery, photo by Rodhullandemu on Wikipedia.jpg
St Oswald's Church,
Old Swan, Liverpool, Presbytery,
 photo by Rodhullandemu
 on Wikipedia


     
St_Lawrence, Tubney, geograph.org.uk, photo by Michael FORD.jpg
St_Lawrence, Tubney,
geograph.org.uk,
 photo by Michael FORD
St_Oswald's school, Old_Swan, photo by Rodhullandemu on Wikipedia.jpg
StOswald's school, OldSwan,
 photo by Rodhullandemu
on Wikipedia
St_Peter's church,_Woolwich, geograph.org.uk, photo by Stephen Craven.jpg
St_Peter's church,
Woolwich, geograph.org.uk,
photo by Stephen Craven


     
Wallpaper 2.jpg
Wallpaper


     
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin and Minton Tiles, photo 3 on thetextileblog.blogspot com.jpg
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin
 and Minton Tiles, photo
 on thetextileblog.blogspot.com
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin and Minton Tiles, photo 5 on thetextileblog.blogspot com.jpg
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin
Minton Tiles,
 photo on thetextileblog.blogspot.com
Augustus Welby Pugin, image on fineartamerica.com.jpg
Augustus Welby Pugin,
 image on fineartamerica.com
A. W. N. Pugin's coat of arms and monogram in the chapel where he's buried in St Augustine's, Ramsgate. photo by Fr Lawrence O.P. on flickr.jpg
A. W. N. Pugin's coat of arms
and monogram in the chapel
 where he's buried
 in St Augustine's, Ramsgate.
 photo by Fr Lawrence O.P. on flickr


     
Ceramic tile design by A W N Pugin, produced by Minton in 1850. (2).jpg
Ceramic tile design
 by A W N Pugin,
 produced by Minton in 1850
Ceramic tile design by A W N Pugin, produced by Minton in 1850. (3).jpg
Ceramic tile design
 by A W N Pugin
produced by Minton in 1850.
Ceramic tile design by A W N Pugin, produced by Minton in 1850. (4).jpg
Ceramic tile design
 by A W N Pugin,
 produced by Minton in 1850
Ceramic tile design by A W N Pugin, produced by Minton in 1850. (5).jpg
Ceramic tile design
 by A W N Pugin,
produced by Minton in 1850


     
Ceramic tile design by A W N Pugin, produced by Minton in 1850..jpg
Ceramic tile design
 by A W N Pugin,
 produced by Minton in 1850
Ceramic Tile of Pugin, photo 2 on thetextileblog.jpg
Ceramic Tile of Pugin,
 photo on thetextileblog
Ceramic Tile of Pugin, photo 3 on thetextileblog.jpg
Ceramic Tile of Pugin,
 photo on thetextileblog
Ceramic Tile of Pugin, photo 4 on thetextileblog.jpg
Ceramic Tile of Pugin,
photo on thetextileblog


     
Ceramic Tile of Pugin, photo 5 on thetextileblog.jpg
Ceramic Tile of Pugin,
 photo on thetextileblog
Ceramic Tile of Pugin, photo on thetextileblog.jpg
Ceramic Tile of Pugin,
 photo on thetextileblog
Ceramic tile set by A W N Pugin, produced by Minton in the 1840s. (2).jpg
Ceramic tile set
by A W N Pugin,
 produced by Minton
in the 1840s
Ceramic tile set by A W N Pugin, produced by Minton in the 1840s. (3).jpg
Ceramic tile set
 by A W N Pugin,
produced by Minton
in the 1840s


     
Ceramic tile set by A W N Pugin, produced by Minton in the 1840s. (4).jpg
Ceramic tile set
 by A W N Pugin,
 produced by Minton in the 1840s
Ceramic tile set by A W N Pugin, produced by Minton in the 1840s..jpg
Ceramic tile set
by A W N Pugin,
 produced by Minton in the 1840s
Ceramic Tiles Of Pugin, photo on thetextileblog.jpg
Ceramic Tiles Of Pugin,
 photo on thetextileblog
Chalice veil textile design by A W N Pugin, produced in 1850..jpg
Chalice veil textile design
 by A W N Pugin, produced in 185


     
Design by Pugin.jpg
Design by Pugin


Design for a roller blind for the Palace of Westminster,  did for printed textiles, Photo Victori.jpg
Design for a roller blind
 for the Palace of Westminster,
 did for printed textiles,
 Photo Victorianweb
Eucharistic tiles in Cheadle, photo by Fr Lawrence Lew, O.P on flickr.jpg
Eucharistic tiles in Cheadle,
 photo by Fr Lawrence Lew, O.P
on flickr
'Gothic lily' wallpaper design by A W N Pugin, produced in the 1850s..jpg
'Gothic lily' wallpaper design
 by A W N Pugin,
produced in the 1850


     
Metropolitan Museum of Art, (Wikipedia),2.jpg
Metropolitan Museum of Art,
 (Wikipedia)
Photo on osbornandmercer com.jpg
Photo on osbornandmercer.com
Metropolitan Museum of Art, (Wikipedia).jpg
Metropolitan Museum of Art,
(Wikipedia)
Metropolitan Museum of Art (Wikipedia).jpg
Metropolitan Museum of Art
 (Wikipedia)

     
Brooklyn Museum, photo by Daderot (Wikipedia).JPG
Brooklyn Museum,
 photo by Daderot
 (Wikipedia)
   


       
Candelabrum, Metropolitan Museum of Art (Wikipedia).jpg
Candelabrum,
 Metropolitan Museum of Art
(Wikipedia)



     
Pugin, Table c.1845, photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION.jpg
Pugin, Table c.1845,
 photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION


     
Pugin, Table c.1845, photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION, pp.26-7.jpg
Pugin, Table c.1845,
photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION,
 pp.26-7
Pugin, Table c.1845, photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION, pp.28-9.jpg
Pugin, Table c.1845,
photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION,
pp.28-9
Pugin, Table c.1845, photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION, pp.30-1.jpg
Pugin, Table c.1845,
 photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION,
pp.30-1
Pugin, Table c.1845, photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION, pp.32-3.jpg
Pugin, Table c.1845,
photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION,
 pp.32-3


     
Pugin, Table c.1845, photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION, pp.36-7.jpg
Pugin, Table c.1845,
photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION,
 pp.36-7
Pugin, Table c.1845, photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION, pp.38-9.jpg
Pugin, Table c.1845,
 photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION,
 pp.38-9
Pugin, Table c.1845, photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION, pp.50-1.jpg
Pugin, Table c.1845
 photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION,
 pp.50-1
Pugin, Table c.1845, photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION, pp.52-3.jpg
Pugin, Table c.1845,
 photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION,
 pp.52-3


     
Pugin, Table c.1845, photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION, pp.54-5.jpg
Pugin, Table c.1845,
 photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION,
pp.54-5
Pugin, Table c.1845, photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION, pp.56-7.jpg
Pugin, Table c.1845,
photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION,
 pp.56-7
Pugin, Table c.1845, photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION, pp.334-5.jpg
Pugin, Table c.1845,
 photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION,
pp.334-5
Pugin, Table c.1845, photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION, pp40-41.jpg
Pugin, Table c.1845,
 photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION,
 pp40-41


     
Pugin, Table c.1845, photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION, pp42-3.jpg
Pugin, Table c.1845,
 photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION,
pp42-3
Pugin, Table c.1845, photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION, pp44-5.jpg
Pugin, Table c.1845,
 photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION,
 pp44-5
Pugin, Table c.1845, photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION, pp46-7.jpg
Pugin, Table c.1845,
 photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION,
 pp46-7
Pugin, Table c.1845, photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION, pp48-9.jpg
Pugin, Table c.1845,
photo THE JOHN SCOTT COLLECTION,
 pp48-9

Link > The John Scott Collection Architect-Designers from Pugin to Voysey. pdf

 

 

A.W.N. Pugin:
"A pointed church is the masterpiece of masonry. It is essentially a stone building; its pillars, its arches, its vaults, its intricate intersections, its ramified tracery, are all peculiar to stone, and could not be consistently executed in any other material. Moreover, the ancient masons obtained great altitude and great extent with a surprising economy of wall and substance; the wonderful strength and solidity of their buildings are the result not of the quantity or size of the stones employed, but of the art of their disposition. To exhibit the great excellence of these constructions, it will be here necessary to draw a comparison between them and those of the far-famed classic shores of Greece.

Grecian architecture is essentially wooden in its construction; it originated in wooden buildings, and never did its professors possess either sufficient imagination or skill to conceive any departure from the original type. Vitruvius shews that their buildings were formerly composed of trunks of trees, with lintels or brestsummers laid across the top, and rafters again resting on them. This is at once the most ancient and barbarous mode of building that can be imagined; it is heavy, and, as I before said, essentially wooden; but is it not extraordinary that when the Greeks commenced building in stone, the properties of this material did not suggest to them some different and improved mode of construction? Such, however, was not the case; they set up stone pillars as they had set up trunks of wood; they laid stone lintels as they had laid wood ones, flat across; they even made the construction appear still more similar to wood, by carving triglyphs, which are merely a representation of the beam ends. The finest temple of the Greeks is constructed on the same principle as a large wooden cabin. As illustrations of history they are extremely valuable; but as for their being held up as the standard of architectural excellence, and the types from which our present buildings are to be formed, it is a monstrous absurdity, which has originated in the blind admiration of modern times for every thing Pagan, to the prejudice and overthrow of Christian art and propriety."

[Source: The True Principles of Pointed or Christian Architecture by A.W.N. Pugin. 1841]

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