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Thwayt Church, South Door, 18131813 (published 1818)
John Sell Cotman, British (English), (1782–1842)
- architecture - Art or science of designing and building structures, especially habitable structures, in accordance with principles determined by aesthetic and practical or material considerations. Refers also to the structures created. [November 1994 related term added. October 1990 alternate term added.]
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John Sell Cotman, British (English), (1782–1842) . Thwayt Church, South Door, 1813, 1813 (published 1818). Etching. : mm (in.). DAC accession number 1944.D1.170. Gift of George W. Davison (BA Wesleyan 1892), 1944. Open Access Image from the Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (photo: T. Rodriguez) .
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