- Author:Calvert Vaux
- Publisher:Dover Publications; Reprint Edition edition (1970)
- Pages:348 pages
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The English-born architect Calvert Vaux (1824-1895) moved to America in 1850 and within 20 years won a reputation as one of. .Villas & Cottages: The Great Architectural Style-Book of the Hudson River School Paperback. Paperback: 352 pages.
The English-born architect Calvert Vaux (1824-1895) moved to America in 1850 and within 20 years won a reputation as one of America's greatest landscape architects. He was co-designer (with Frederick Law Olmstead and others) of a number of New York City's principal parks (Central Park. Publisher: Fredonia Books (NL) (May 30, 2003).
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Also in 1857, Vaux published Villas and Cottages, which was an influential pattern book that determined the standards for . In 1854, Vaux married Mary Swan McEntee, the sister of Jervis McEntee, a Hudson River School painter.
Also in 1857, Vaux published Villas and Cottages, which was an influential pattern book that determined the standards for Victorian Gothic architecture. These particular writings revealed his acknowledgment and tribute to Ruskin and Ralph Waldo Emerson, as well as to his former partner Downing. These people, among others, influenced him intellectually and in his design path. They had two sons (Calvert and Downing) and two daughters (Helen and Julia).
American domestic architecture also often has elements akin to the forest edge. Встречается в книгах (7) с 1857 по 1982. Библиографические данные.
By 1857, the year he published his book Villas and Cottages, Vaux had moved to New York City
By 1857, the year he published his book Villas and Cottages, Vaux had moved to New York City. There he asked Frederick Law Olmsted to join him in preparing a design for Central Park. After beginning his career as an architect in London, Calvert Vaux (1824-1895) came to the Hudson River valley in 1850 at the invitation of Andrew Jackson Downing, the reform-minded writer on houses and gardens. As Downing's partner, and after Downing's death in 1852, Vaux designed country and suburban dwellings that were remarkable for their well-conceived plans and their sensitive rapport with nature.
Villa and cottage architecture : the style-book of the Hudson River school. Treating the house as a subject for artistic production, this collection of essays and multimedia works explore the range of meanings inspired by suburban shelter. Biographical notes on the 1. More).
The Hudson River School was a mid-19th century American art movement embodied by a group of landscape painters whose aesthetic vision was influenced by Romanticism. The paintings typically depict the Hudson River Valley and the surrounding area, including the Catskill, Adirondack, and White Mountains. Works by the second generation of artists associated with the school expanded to include other locales in New England, the Maritimes, the American West, and South America.
Calvert Vaux was a British-American architect and landscape designer. He is best known as the co-designer, along with his protégé and junior partner Frederick Law Olmsted, of what would become New York's Central Park. February 20, 1824 (age 70). London, England, United Kingdom of Great Britain.
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