Ontario High School History of England . 176 HISTORY OF ENGLAND The Perpendicular Gothic.—Fashion, however, changes inarchitecture, as in all else. By the time of Richard II, the Perpendicular stylehad supplanted theDecorated, and thisstyle lasted to the timeof Henry VII. The styleis peculiar to Englandand is in sharp contrastwith the earlier Gothic.A beautiful complexity oflines in the tracery ofthe window-openings isno longer sought. Inlarge windows, plannedto admit floods of light,.
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