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Samuel Sloan; Architect of Philadelphia, 1815-1884: Cooledge, Harold N., Jr.

Samuel Sloan; Architect of Philadelphia, 1815-1884

Cooledge, Harold N., Jr.

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ISBN 10: 0812280032 / ISBN 13: 9780812280036
Editorial: University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, PA, 1986
Condición: Fine Encuadernación de tapa dura
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B&W Photographs; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 262 pages; Bright, tight and fresh in near immaculate dust jacket. No marks. Short closed tear top edge of the front jacket panel. Illustrated with B&W photographs. A sharp copy. F/NF. N° de ref. de la librería 20004

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Título: Samuel Sloan; Architect of Philadelphia, ...

Editorial: University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, PA

Año de publicación: 1986

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Fine

Condición de la sobrecubierta: Near Fine

Edición: First Edition

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Samuel Sloan: Architect of Philadelphia, 1815-1884 is a comprehensive study of one of America's most influential architects. Sloan created the designs that have become prototypes for many public buildings. His plan for the Hospital of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Philadelphia served as the model for American general hospitals, and, with Dr. Thomas S. Kirkbride, he created the model for mental hospitals in the United States. Sloan was also an innovative designer of public schools, creating the "Philadelphia Plan" of schoolhouse design, which came to be internationally known and widely used.

Sloan helped to shape the architecture of his time not only through the buildings he designed but also through his writings. He published several major pattern books, covering every aspect of the architectural profession from carpentry to furnishings. One of these, The Model Architect, went through five editions and was among the most widely distributed works of its kind in the history of nineteenth-century architectural publishing. As a result, Sloan's influence on the architectural environment of nineteenth-century America is so pervasive that a full accounting of the works which can be traced back to his books is almost impossible. From 1868 until 1871 Sloan also produced The Architectural Review, the first periodical in the United States devoted exclusively to architecture and its related arts and crafts and the unofficial organ of the reconstituted American Institute of Architects.

In Samuel Sloan, Harold N. Cooledge, Jr. examines the social, economic, and environmental factors that influenced Sloan's personal and professional character and includes a consideration of the theorists and tastemakers whose ideas influenced Sloan's attitude toward architectural theory and practice. Cooledge then presents a chronological biography in which the majority of Sloan's important commissions are considered in detail, and as much information about his private life as could be documented is given. The book concludes with a detailed catalogue of Sloan's work.

Samuel Sloan: Architect of Philadelphia 1815-1884 will be of value to architects and to scholars interested in art history, social history, and American studies.

About the Author:

Harold N. Cooledge, Jr. was Alumni Professor of Art and Architectural History at Clemson University. He was the author of Lusitania: A Brief Introduction to the Material History of Portugal and numerous articles on Samuel Sloan.

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