4 edition of writings of architectural historian, Henry Russell Hitchcock found in the catalog.
writings of architectural historian, Henry Russell Hitchcock
|Series||Architecture series :, A-330|
|LC Classifications||Z8409.2 .D68, NA2599.8.H57 .D68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||12|
|LC Control Number||80142352|
The writings of architectural historian, Henry Russell Hitchcock by Lamia Doumato (Book) Storia di un'idea di architettura moderna: Henry-Russell Hitchcock e l'International style by Paolo Scrivano (Book). Mr. Hitchcock, who wrote and co-wrote more than 20 books and innumerable articles, inspired generations of architectural scholars during decades .
“During more than five decades as an architectural historian, he wrote books that became standard references. ''They are the armature within which many other scholars work,'' said Helen Searing, the architectural historian who, in , organized a festschrift of architectural writing, presented as a tribute by other historians to Mr. Hitchcock. Essays by Henry-Russell Hitchcock and Catherine Bauer. Illustrated catalogue of the exhibition. From Wikipedia: "Henry-Russell Hitchcock () was the leading American architectural historian of his generation. A long-time professor at Smith College and New York University, he is best known for writings that helped to define Modern.
Architecture by Henry-Russell Hitchcock, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(10). Title: Henry-Russell Hitchcock papers Identifier: np Date: Extent: Linear feet Creator: Hitchcock, Henry-Russell, Language: English Summary: The papers of architectural historian, author, critic, teacher, and museum director, Henry-Russell Hitchcock, date from and measure linear feet.
Application of multisatellite data to thematic mapping, by Claude Bardinet [and others]
Comparative inorganic chemistry
sociology of housing
works of David Mallet.
Aspects of education in Germany
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Essays on sexuality, influence, and performance
Die Walküre (The Walkyr)
Hitchcock was only 27 at the time, and "Modern Architecture" was his first book; yet it would substantially reshape the way subsequent generations would view modern architecture and its history. Furthermore, "Modern Architecture" is the book that would establish Henry-Russell Hitchcock as a pre-eminent American historian of modern architecture.5/5(1).
Henry Russell Hitchcock book Get this from a library. The writings of architectural historian, Henry Russell Hitchcock. [Lamia Doumato]. In In Search of Modern Architecture: A Tribute to Henry-Russell Hitchcock was published, edited by Helen Searing.
He was a pioneer of research into C19 architecture, and impressive, both as a man and a scholar. First Writings "The Decline of Architecture/' which marked Hitchcock's debut as an author, appeared inthe year he received the master of arts degree from Harvard.
How-ever, it was probably written slightly later than an essay based on his master's thesis, "Banded Arches before the Year ," which was published in in Art Stud. American Architectural Books: A List of Books, Portfolios, and Pamphlets on Architecture and Related Subjects Published in America Before Series By Henry-Russell Hitchcock.
Pelican History of Art; Similar Authors To Henry-Russell Hitchcock. Travis Stork Robin McGraw Pamela Rosewell Moore Books by Henry-Russell Hitchcock In the. As always, Hitchcock is a captivating and insightful writer of architecture.
Very good reading for an American centric perspective on how European modernism was re-packaged and made presentable to American sensibilities (the pragmatist vs. the political).Cited by: The more than 20 books Hitchcock wrote or co-wrote also included studies of the architecture of other periods, such as his last, published in"German Renaissance Architecture" and "Early.
Critic and historian of modern architecture, Henry-Russell Hi Painting Toward Architecture book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
Critic and historian of modern architecture, Henry-Russell Hitchcock discusses in this new book the relationship of modern abstract art to architecture/5(2).
Native American architecture / Peter Nabokov, Robert Easton. New York: Oxford University Press, Rise of an American architecture.
Henry-Russell Hitchcock [et al.]. New York, Published in association with the Metropolitan Museum of Art by Praeger . The rise of the skyscraper. Carl W. Condit. [Chicago] University of Chicago Press . That network includes French modernist master, Charles-édouard Jeanneret-Gris (Le Corbusier); American Art Historian, Henry-Russell Hitchcock; English architectural educator, Colin Rowe and.
Hitchcock's writings include The International Style: Architecture since (with Philip Cortelyou Johnson, ), The Architecture of H. Richardson and His Times (), In the Nature of Materials (), and Architecture: Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries ().
Hitchcock, Henry-Russell (–87) architectural historian; born in Boston, Mass. American Architectural Books - New Expanded Edition: A List of Books, Portfolios, and Pamphlets on Architecture and Related Subjects Published in America Before by Hitchcock, Henry-Russell and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at And Henry Russell Hitchcock is the dean of American architectural historians, and the organizer of a exhibition on Buffalo's built environment.
Their essays are followed by seven sections that delineate the city's neighborhoods, each provided with a map, neighborhood history, and a full complement of photographs with descriptive building.
About this Book Catalog Record Details. Architecture: nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Hitchcock, Henry Russell, View full catalog record. art, science, and history of architecture. There is at present no authoritative bibliography for the architectural publications of England; Henry-Russell Hitchcock's American Architectural Books (39)1 is, according to the au-thor, in need of revision and expansion.2 Various attempts have been made.
When a work of architectural history appears with the name of Henry-Russell Hitchcock on its cover, there is much excitement in the scholarly community but. Henry-Russell Hitchcock () was an architectural historian, critic, museum director, and influential teacher in Boston, Mass.
He taught at Wesleyan University and Smith College, wrote over two dozen books on architecture and modernism, and was. The papers of architectural historian, author, critic, teacher, and museum director, Henry-Russell Hitchcock, date from and measure linear feet.
Almost all of the collection is comprised of Hitchcock's correspondence files relating to academic research, teaching, curatorial interests, and professional associations. Book Review of Henry-Russell Hitchcock's Modern Architecture.
Art Bulletin, vol nº1 (March): American Architectural History: a Contemporary ReaderAuthor: Macarena de la Vega de León. Hitchcock, Henry-Russell, –87, American architectural historian, b. Boston. Educated at Harvard, Hitchcock taught at Smith College and New York Univ.
His writings, which helped to define modern architecture stylistically during the course of its development, are among the foremost in. Modern Architecture book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Originally published inthis book demonstrates the architecture /5(9).The papers of architectural historian, author, critic, teacher, and museum director, Henry-Russell Hitchcock date from and measure linear feet.
Almost all of the collection is comprised of Hitchcock's correspondence files relating to academic research, teaching, curatorial interests, and professional associations.Traces the development of western European architecture from Romantic Classicism to the International epoch following World War II.
Architecture, Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Henry Russell Hitchcock: Author: Henry Russell Hitchcock: Edition: 4, illustrated: Publisher: Penguin Books,