(style) - historical division of English Gothic architecture covering the period from . 1290 to . 1350. It was characterised by a desire to break up the lines of a structure, typified by the use of the ogee arch or window, and could be quite rich and even frivolous.
(Gothic) - second English Medieva l phase from late c13 to 1450. With multiple lancets pointed windows, ogee or s-curve tracery, complex vaulting, large clerestories and inscribed decoration. Refer: Early English and Perpendicular.
The name used to denote the architecture style between 1275 and 1350 (+/- 25 years) (More...)