New York: Pencil Points Press, 1923. Decorated Boards with Cloth Spine. Quarto, pp. 207, indexed, illustrated with b/w photographs of illustrations by d'Espouy, a French architect and painter who specialized in ornamental painting, which he taught at the National School of Fine Arts. Good; heavy wear to the cover corners, moderate edgewear and soiling; interior very good. Item #19902
This title constitutes the second volume of the Library of Architectural Documents, but is complete in itself. The other volumes examine different subjects. This is also a very large book, which is excellent when examining the really minute details of a particular entablature. If you're studying Roman architecture, and you feel like you're just about to get a hang of the aesthetic sensibility, this book is indispensable.