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Richard Upjohn, Richard Michell Upjohn and the Gothic Revival in America (Architecture series--bibliography) e-book

Author:

Lamia Doumato

Language:

English

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Reference

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Publisher:

Vance Bibliographies (October 1, 1984)

Pages:

9

ISBN:

0890281289

Richard Upjohn, Richard Michell Upjohn and the Gothic Revival in America (Architecture series--bibliography) e-book

by Lamia Doumato


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Richard Upjohn (22 January 1802 – 16 August 1878) was a British-born American architect who emigrated to the United States and became most famous for his Gothic Revival churches. He was partially responsible for launching the movement to such popularity in the United States. Upjohn also did extensive work in and helped to popularize the Italianate style. He was a founder and the first president of the American Institute of Architects.

Doumato, Lamia (1984). Richard Upjohn, Richard Michell Upjohn, and the Gothic revival in America. Monticello, Illinois: Vance Bibliographies. pp. 1–9. ISBN 978-0-89028-128-4. Society, Geneva Historical (2003).

Richard Michell Upjohn, and the Gothic Revival in America. Publisher:Vance Bibliographies.

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by Lamia Doumato · data of the paperback book Richard Upjohn, Richard Michell. ISBN: 978-0-89028-128-4. ISBN-10: 0-89028-128-9. Vance Bibliographies · 1984.

Richard Upjohn, Richard Michell Upjohn, and the Gothic Revival in America. Monticello, Ill: Vance Bibliographies, 1984. Upjohn, Everard M. Richard Upjohn, Architect and Churchman. New York: Columbia University Press, 1939. NRHP plaque: :File:AllSaintsPlaque. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. Columbia University Libraries: The Upjohn collection of architectural drawings by Richard, Richard Michell, and Hobart Upjohn :Architectural drawings, papers, and records, (circa 1827-1910).

Richard Upjohn (1802-78): American Gothic Revival Architect .

Richard Upjohn (1802-78): American Gothic Revival Architect, Designed Trinity Church, New York: Founder of AI. American Architecture Series Richard Upjohn Biography of American Architect, Gothic Revival Style. MAIN A-Z INDEX - A-Z of ARCHITECTURE. Trinity Church, New York (1839-46) Designed by Richard Upjohn. one of the greatest architects of the Gothic Revival movement. Richard Upjohn (1802-78). An important figure, therefore, in the development of 19th century architecture in America, his work is distinguished by its sturdy integrity, its ingenuity and the way in which he adapted personal preferences in form to the style he was using.

His son, Richard Mitchell Upjohn was also a well-known architect and served as a partner is his architectural firm in New York. ISBN 0890281289] Upjohn, Everard M. Richard Upjohn was born in Shaftesbury, England, where he was apprenticed to a builder and cabinet-maker. He eventually became a master-mechanic. He and his family emigrated to the United States in 1829.


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