Tudor architecture


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Tudor architecture

The final development of Perpendicular style architecture during the reigns of Henry VII and Henry VIII, preceding Elizabethan architecture. Characterized by Tudor arches, diaperwork, strapwork, labels and label stops over windows with mullions, ornate brick chimneys.
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Preservation" was far from the prevailing aesthetic in the development of Tudor architecture and the decorative arts during the Elizabethan era.
It remains a showcase of Tudor architecture, with half-timbered houses lining its streets.
Into view loom the names of minor local celebrities - those very minor celebrities, who have unusual hobbies, or know a little more than the average person, about orchids, pickling, Tudor architecture, the forgotten poems of Fanny Frumpton, the Holy Land, potion-brewing, witches, trains and trams of a bygone age, herbalism, Inca courting rituals, folklore, embroidery cooking and flower arranging, Roman coins, or the hidden gems of their town/ village/ hamlet/ parish.
According to our top-deck Passpartout, the familiar black and white beams of the town's Tudor architecture were actually created by the Victorians.
Stratford-upon-Avon with its Shakespearian associations and legacy of Tudor architecture remains the most visited and celebrated of West Midland towns.
Here, deputy chairman of Sotheby's, James Miller, explores the delights of Lincolnshire's Burghley House, one of the country's finest examples of Tudor architecture.
ITS picturesque black and white Tudor architecture is steeped in history and attracts tourists from across the world.
THE Tudor architecture of Coughton Court at Alcester provides a fitting setting for Shakespeare's romantic comedy A Midsummer Night's Dream tomorrow.