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Andrew Jackson Downing

Overview page. Subjects: Architecture.

(1815–52).

Leading American writer and rural architect of the first half of C19. His A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening Adapted to North America (1841)...

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Bernard Maybeck

Overview page. Subjects: Architecture — Art.

(1862–1957).

American eclectic architect, he made a distinctive contribution to domestic design. Educated in Paris, he was influenced by Viollet-le-Duc's theories, and in 1886...

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Charles Locke Eastlake

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(1836–1906).

English architect, better known for his work as a journalist and writer. His Hints on Household Taste in Furniture, Upholstery, and Other Details (1868) popularized...

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Edward T. Potter

Overview page. Subjects: Architecture — Art.

(1831–1904).

American architect. He was influenced by Viollet-le-Duc's arguments for using iron in architecture, and by English so-called High Victorian Gothic. Indeed, his First...

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Henry Austin

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(b Hamden, CT, 12 April 1804; d New Haven, 12 Nov 1891),

architect. Austin was based in New Haven, from where his work and influence spread over much of Connecticut ...

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Mason

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Family of architects. George C(hamplin) Mason Sr. (b Newport, RI, 17 July 1820; d Philadelphia, PA, 31 Jan 1894) set up practice in Newport in 1858 and was the city's ...

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Newsom Brothers

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Samuel (1854–1908) and Joseph Cather (1858–1930) Newsom were prolific designers and builders of late-C19 domestic architecture in the USA. Their most celebrated house is the William Carson...

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Richard Morris Hunt

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(1827–95).

American architect, the first to be trained at the École des Beaux-Arts, Paris (from 1846). He worked in the office of Lefuel, and assisted during construction at the...

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William Ralph Emerson

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(1833–1917).

American architect. His late-C19 domestic architecture, especially in the Shingle and Stick styles, was significant, although he produced elegant designs in versions...

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