Author:Henry Shaw

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Henry Shaw

English architectural draughtsman, engraver, illuminator, and antiquary


  • Illuminated Ornaments, selected from Manuscripts and early printed books with text by Sir Frederic Madden (1833)
  • Examples of Ornamental Metal Work (1836)
  • Specimens of Ancient Furniture with descriptions by Samuel Rush Meyrick (1836)
  • Ancient Plate and Furniture from the Colleges of Oxford and the Ashmolean Museum also with text by Samuel Rush Meyrick (1837)
  • Specimens of the Details of Elizabethan Architecture with descriptions by Thomas Moule (1839)
  • The Encyclopædia of Ornament (1842)
  • Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages (1843)
  • The Fishmongers' Pageant, on Lord Mayor's Day, 1616: Chrysanaleia, the Golden Fishing, devised by Anthony Munday with introduction by John Gough Nichols (1844)
  • Alphabets, Numerals, and Devices of the Middle Ages (1845)
  • Decorative Arts, ecclesiastical and civil, of the Middle Ages (1851)
  • The Hand Book of Mediæval Alphabets and Devices (1853)
  • The Arms of the Colleges of Oxford (1855)
  • Specimens of Tile Pavements (1858)
  • Handbook of the Art of Illumination as practised during the Middle Ages (1866)

Works about Shaw[edit]

Works by this author published before January 1, 1927 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.