Item ABC/101 - Monograph of the work of Charles A Platt, with an introduction by Royal Cortissoz.

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Monograph of the work of Charles A Platt, with an introduction by Royal Cortissoz.


  • 1913 (Creation)

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(16 Oct 1861-12 Sep 1933)

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Prominent American artist, landscape gardener, landscape designer, and architect of the "American Renaissance" movement.

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A written description of architectural works by Charles A Platt, American architect and designer, with pictures, plans, sections, elevations and details, some to scale. Buildings included are: Maxwell Court, Rockville, Connecticut; High Court, Cornish, Vermont; Harlackenden House, Cornish, Vermont; Sylvannia, Barrytown on the Hudson; Faulkner Farm Gardens, Brookline, Massachusetts; Gwinn, Cleveland, Ohio; Villasera, Warren, Rhode Island; Garden at Pomfret, Connecticut; Eastover, New London, Connecticut; Villa at Lake Forest, Illinois; L.J Pooler, Esq, Tuxedo, New York; Manor House, Glen Cove, New York; Woodston, Mt. Kisco, New York; R.D Merrill, Seatle, Washington; Timberline, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania; Garden of Weld, Brookline, Massachusetts; 125 East Sixty-Fifth St., New York; House in Connecticut; Frederic C. Culver, Hadlyme, Connecticut; C.L Ring, Saginaw, Michigan; 7 East Sixty-Fifth St., New York; Apartment House, 131-135 East Sixty-Sixth St., New York; Girdle Ridge, Westchester, New York; Cherry Hill, Canton, Massachusetts; The George Maxwell Memorial Library, Rockville, Connecticut; Dingleton House, Cornish, Vermont; 47 and 49 East Sixty-Fifth St., New York; Alterations to 844 Fifth Avenue, New York; Robert H. Schutz, Hartford, Connecticut; Clifford D. Cheney, So. Manchester, Connecticut; J. Davenport Cheney, So. Manchester, Connecticut; W.H Rand, Jr., Rye, New York; Henry Howard, Brookline, Massachusetts; Charles A. Pratt, Cornish, New Hampshire; The Leader- News Building, Cleveland, Ohio; Lowell Memorial Fountain, Bryant Park, New York.

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  • English

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Good Condition

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