This ticket to the Phillip's showing of Fonthill in 1823 marks the entrance to Beckfordiana's resources on Beckfordian aspects of art and architecture. Fonthill remains, though in ruins, the dominant feature of Beckford's architectural work; Lansdown Tower in Bath, recently restored, may well be his crowning achievement. The blend of architectural styles which it displays give ample proof of Beckford's abilities as a composer of buildings, if not as an architect.

Resources on Fonthill, the buildings and the gardens, may be found here. Resources on Lansdown Tower and the architectural works undertaken by Beckford in Bath, may be found here.