The Art and Architecture of Freemasonry

The Art and Architecture of Freemasonry
by Curl, James Stevens
Reviewed by Julianus

Categories: Ceremonial Magick Other

This is the first book of its kind and you could not ask for a better introduction to the subject. Well researched and lavishly illustrated this survey covers the development of Masonic iconography in detail and demonstrates its influence on religious and secular archtecture. Discussions of Solomon's Temple, mortuary architecture and Mozart's Masonic music (“The Magic Flute” being only the most famous example) are included. This is a high-quality art book, easily worth the price to anyone interested in the subject and I hope Professor Curl publishes more on this topic.

Publisher Overlook Press
Date 8/1993
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Price $18.00+