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HA3072

    HA3072

    UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK

    Summer Examinations: 2000/2001

    SPECIAL STUDIES IN HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE: ENGLISH ARCHITECTURE c. 1440-1547

    Time allowed: 3 hours.

    Candidates must attempt ALL questions.

    Each question carries the same weight and candidates are advised to spread their time evenly between the questions.

    Refer to each image by the number and letter on the back.

    Read carefully the instructions on the answer book and make sure that the particulars required are entered on each answer book.

    Photographs and colour photocopies MUST NOT be defaced or removed from the examinations room.

    1. Identify and date as closely as possible, and compare A, B and C.

    2. Identify and date as closely as possible, and compare A, B and C.

    3. Identify and date as closely as possible, and compare A, B and C.

    4. Identify and date as closely as possible, and compare A, B and C.

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      HA3072

      UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK

      Summer Examinations: 2000/2001

      SPECIAL STUDIES IN HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE: ENGLISH ARCHITECTURE c. 1440-1547

      1.A Raglan Castle (S.Wales). Great tower and main gatehouse (c. 1432-45 &/or c.1455-9). Patron(s), William ap Thomas &/or William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke).

      B Oxburgh Hall (Norfolk). E & N fronts (1480s, licence to crenellate, 1482; 18/19C modifications). Patron, Sir Edward Bedingfield.

      C Great Chalfield Manor (Wiltshire). Entrance front (c.1470-80). Patron, Thomas Tropnell.

      2.A Acton Court (Gloucs.). Guest apartment, painted frieze (1530s). Patron, Sir Nicholas Poytz, for a visit of Henry VIII.

      B Sutton Place (Surrey). Courtyard, terracotta detail, with brick (c.1521-30). Patron, Sir Richard Weston (monograms on terracotta).

      C Hengrave Hall (Suffolk). Gatehouse oriel, detail, free-stone (inscription, 1538). Patron, Sir Thomas Kytson, London merchant; carver, William Ponyard.

      3.A Smythson Collection (RIBA). Drawing for a Gothic 'tower' (early 16C). Anon, ?Smythson's father (in with the drawings of Robert Smythson).

      B Winchester Cathedral, retrochoir. Bishop Fox's chantry chapel (d.1528). Patron, Fox & his executors; designer, attrib. Thomas Berty?

      C Gloucester Cathedral. Exterior & crossing tower. (Tower, 1451-7). Anon

        4.A Thornbury Castle (Gloucs.). Ground-floor plan (mainly 1509-21). Patron, Edward, 3rd Duke of Buckingham.

        B Whitehall Palace. Main (first) floor plan at 1547. Main patron, Henry VIII; before 1529, Wolsey (York Place).

        C Lacock Abbey (Wiltshire). Ground-floor plan, monastic remains (Augustinian canonesses, mainly 13C) and house conversion of c. 1540-53. Patron, Sir William Sharington; craftsmen incl. John Chapman.

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