- Author:George William Sheldon
- Publisher:Da Capo Press; Facsimile Reprint edition (1978)
- Pages:407 pages
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The Post-Renaissance World. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians Vol. 39 No. 1, Ma. 1980 (pp. 80-81) DOI: 1. 307/989508. This is a PDF-only article. The first page of the PDF of this article appears above.
The first, best, and most exquisite documentation of this surge of architectural creativity was the 1886–87 publication of George William Sheldon's Artistic Country-Seats: Types of Recent American Villa and Cottage Architecture with Instances of Country-Club Houses.
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George William Sheldon, Artists Country-Seats: Types of Recent American Villa and Cottage Architecture with Instances of Country Club-Houses, volume II (New York: D. Appleton and C. 1887). php?title Kragsyde&oldid 782884701". Categories: Houses in Essex County, Massachusetts. Former buildings and structures in Massachusetts. Former houses in the United States.
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ARTISTIC COUNTRY-SEATS. Volume II. Two volumes. SHELDON, George William. ARTISTIC COUNTRY-SEATS. New York: D. Appleton, 1887. iv), 100 pages, 2 photographic plates; 101-187 pages, 23 photographic plates. Sheldon's mammoth work, published from 1886 through 1887, is a glorious tribu to the emerging aesthetic movement in American architecture. It is illustrat with fifty excellent photogravures. The obvious cost of production limited t number of copies printed and adds to its present rarity. OCLC cites only six copies, two of which are for Volume II only.
The first volume contained 50 exterior photographs and 47 first-floor plans of 44 different houses and three casinos; the second volume contained 50 photographs and plans of 49 different houses and one casino.