Queen-Anne arch

Isaac Kremer/ September 9, 2018/ / 0 comments

Arch formed of a central semicircular arch flanked by two ‘flat’ arches constructed of brick rubbers set over tall thin side-lights on either side of a wider semi-circular-headed window, a variation on the Palladian or Venetian window known as a serliana… It is commoner in the Georgian period than in the Queen Anne.

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