Thomas Graham Jackson

if those whom we call Architects have to learn to handle not only the compasses and square but the brush, the chisel and the modelling tool

Under him [Edward Thring] success in examination was not the great object of school training. His care and interest extended beyond the clever boy to the average boy

I remember him [John Griffiths] reproving me for finishing up with the words ‘and so on’ or something to that effect. He said it was a loose expression

the prime movers of the Gothic revival had not looked to the proper theories, which was not the revival of this or that particular style but the revival of art itself