publications of William Pain, 1730?-1790?, architect and carpenter by Carole Cable

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StatementCarole Cable.
SeriesArchitecture series--bibliography,, A 1338
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LC ClassificationsZ8653.5 .C32 1985, NA997.P28 .C32 1985
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL2589424M
ISBN 100890283087
LC Control Number85140634

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Additional books from the extended shelves: Pain, William, ??. English architect, joiner, and carpenter William Pain (c–90) wrote many pattern books that helped spread the Adam style of architecture far and wide. Product details Item Weight: ounces/5(9). WILLIAM PAIN () Pain, a British carpenter, first published his books in London; in the s he brought out editions printed in America.

Pain's guides offered greatly expanded construction data, including a price list for materials and labor, interior detailing, and floor plans. Pain, William (c–c).English architect, joiner, and carpenter.

He wrote many pattern-books which disseminated the Architect and carpenter book style, including The Builder's Companion and Workman's General Assistant (), The Builder's Pocket Treasure: or, Palladio Delineated and Explained (), The Practical Builder (), The Car-penter's and Joiner's Repository (), The Builder's Golden Rule.

Pain, William, ?. The practical house carpenter, or, Youth's instructor: containing a great variety of useful designs in carpentry and architecture; the five orders laid down by an entire new scale. London: William Pain, [33], 22 pages, leaves of plates (some folded):.

The practical house carpenter, or, Youth's instructor : the whole illustrated, and made perfectly easy by one hundred and forty-eight copper-plates, with explanations to each by Pain, William, ?. A William Paine died in the Isle of Thanet on 27 July (Gent.

Mag. p. ), but the architectural writer must have died after ‘W. Pain,’ of 1 Diana Place, Fitzroy Square, who exhibited at the Royal Academy designs in the Gothic style in andwas possibly a son. Author of The builder's pocket-treasure, The practical house carpenter, or, Youth's instructor, The practical builder, The builder's companion, and workman's general assistant, Pain's British Palladio, The practical house carpenter, The builder's golden rule, The carpenter's pocket directory.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Pain, William, ?. Publication date Topics Architecture -- Early works toBuilding -- Early works toDecoration and ornament, Architectural. Title: The Practical House Carpenter; Or, Youth's Instructor: Containing a Great Variety of Useful Designs in Carpentry and Architecture; To Which is Added, A List Of Prices for Materials and Labour, Labour Only, And Day Prices Author: William Pain (British, ca.

–ca. ) Publisher: J. Taylor (London) J. Taylor (London). Title:: The Practical House Carpenter; or the Youth's Instructor: Author:: Pain, William, ?.

Note: London: William Pain, Link: page images at Wisconsin. This guidebook for English carpenters was one of the earliest "do-it-yourself" manuals ever published.

Designed for those who could not afford an architect's services, the book functioned as a source of construction techniques and design details. Employing elementary arithmetic and geometry, the annotated and meticulously rendered engravings depict cross-sections of chimney-pieces.

A William Paine died in the Isle of Thanet on 27 July (Gent. Mag. p. ), but the architectural writer must have died after ‘W. Pain,’ of 1 Diana Place, Fitzroy Square, who exhibited at the Royal Academy designs in the Gothic style in andwas possibly a son.

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The practical house carpenter, or, Youth's instructor : the whole illustrated, and made perfectly easy by one hundred and forty-eight copper-plates. The carpenter's new guide: being a complete book of lines for carpentry and joinery. Treating Fully on Practical Geometry, Soffits, Brick and Plaister Groins, Niches of every Description, Sky-Lights, Lines for Roofs and Domes, with a great Variety of Designs for Roofs, Trussed Girders, Floors, Domes, Bridges, &c.;-Stair-Cases and Hand-Rails of various Constructions; Angle Bars for Shop Fronts.

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