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Henry Hobson Richardson, Boston architect
|Series||Architecture series : Bibliography ;, A-40|
|LC Classifications||Z8744.13 .D68, NA737.R5 .D68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||79109861|
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During his twenty-one-year career, Richardson drew inspiration from many wellsprings of medievalism, thus placing his work within the Arts and Crafts tradition. His ar Constructed over a century ago, the buildings of Henry Hobson Richardson (), America's leading architect at the end of the nineteenth century, brought international 4/5(4). Henry Hobson Richardson was born in into an affluent family of Louisiana plantation owners. Like the many of the sons of well-to-do Southerners, Richardson went North to complete his education. In , he enrolled in Harvard College. After graduating, Richardson determined upon a career in architecture.
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Constructed over a century ago, the buildings of Henry Hobson Richardson (), America's leading architect at the end of the nineteenth century, brought international acclaim to American by: 4. Henry Hobson Richardson: A Genius for Architecture Margaret H.
Floyd. out of 5 stars 5. Hardcover. 19 offers from $ The Architecture of H. Richardson and His Times (MIT Press)/5(4). The architect H. Richardson viewed not as an isolated genius but as an exemplary figure of his times. introduction by William H. Pierson, Jr. In this book leading scholars reconsider the significance of the late nineteenth-century American architect Henry Hobson Richardson, perhaps best known for his design of Boston's Trinity Church.
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Download Henry Hobson Richardson And His Works books, First important study of leading 19th-century architect, the pioneer of Romanesque Revival. Plans, photographs, drawings, and detailed discussions of all of Richardson's major buildings, including Trinity Church in Boston, Harvard Law School, and many others.
Henry Hobson Richardson. Henry Hobson Richardson (b. ) is considered one of the most important American architects the 19th century. His achievements were celebrated during his lifetime and publications addressing his life and work have appeared almost continuously since his death.
Henry Hobson Richardson and His Works (Dover Architecture series) by Mariana Griswold Van Rensselaer. Henry Hobson Richardson was one of the top American architects of the 19th century, and his interpretation of the Romanesque style (some call it Richardson.
Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: Simon and Schuster Get Books A gracefully written, detailed portrait of the most prominent American architect of the nineteenth century--the first biography of its subject--features color and black-and-white photographs of his buildings, from Boston's Trinity Church to Chicago's Glessner House.
Although he was known in his own time as a leader of the so-called Romanesque Revival, the American architect Henry Hobson Richardson () is today regarded as one of the pioneers of modern architecture — a man who, in the words of Lewis Mumford, “created out of a confusion which was actually worse than a mere void the beginnings of a new architecture.”/5(2).
Few architects have a style named after their work. But Henry Hobson Richardson, whose Richardson Romanesque buildings—inspired by 11th and 12th century structures in Southern France, Italy, and Spain—are a cornerstone of American architecture, was like few architects.
Henry Hobson Richardson, the author of the style known today as Richardson Romanesque, was, as were his ambitions, persona, and physique, larger than life. Richardson's designs are unmistakable: From Sever Hall at Harvard to Trinity Church, Boston, his structures bear the inimitable imprint of his s.
Here is the first important study of the leading 19th-century architect, a pioneer of Romanesque Revival.
The work is filled with plans, photographs, drawings, and detailed discussions of all of Richardson's major buildings, including Trinity Church in Boston, Harvard Law School, and others. Written by the first female architectural critic, it is the foundation of all later research on Richardson.
Henry Hobson Richardson, the author of the style known today as Richardson Romanesque, was, as were his ambitions, persona, and physique, larger than life.
Richardson's designs are unmistakable: From Sever Hall at Harvard to Trinity Church, Boston, his. Architect; Boston, Massachusetts. Provenance. Material on reels & lent for microfilming by Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson, and Abbott, Richardson's business successors, and Material on reel donated by Miss Julia R.
Shepley, Richardson's granddaughter, Location of Originals. Architecture After Richardson Architecture After Richardson by Margaret Henderson Floyd. Download it Henry Hobson Richardson books also available in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format for read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Richardson's brief career (born inhe practiced from until his death in ) coincided with a time when the newly urbanized United States. Richardson was inspired by the European churches he saw that were built in the early medieval period called Romanesque, and also by Byzantine architecture. One of the Buildings that Changed America Trinity Church was the first major work of Henry Hobson Richardson, and the building established the “Richardsonian Romanesque” arch.
Best known in the Boston area, Warren first worked under the renowned architect Henry Hobson Richardson before establishing his own practice. Friends and colleagues during this period included Charles Eliot Norton, the noted art historian, and Harvard's Charles. Henry Hobson Richardson, a young New York architect with useful connections from his Harvard years, won the right to design Trinity Church in a select competition with seasoned professionals.
His unique response to the conditions of an awkward site produced both the first prize and the design that would make his career. As it is, the career of Henry Hobson Richardson is one of the great unfinished poems of American cultural history, and Richardson himself is one of America’s lost leaders: a man who almost singlehandedly brought architecture from its position as hardly more than a subdepartment of contracting to the very front rank of the professions.Henry Hobson Richardson: | | | |Henry Hobson Richardson| | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and.
H.H. Richardson, in full Henry Hobson Richardson, (born SeptemPriestley Plantation, Louisiana, U.S.—died ApBrookline, Massachusetts), American architect, the initiator of the Romanesque revival in the United States and a pioneer figure in the development of an indigenous, modern American style of architecture.