By Robert Kent Sutton
Takes an incisive examine America's westward circulate, targeting the unfold of significant Revival structure around the US with its cultivation in Oregon in the course of the 1850s. Sutton attracts from a large choice of documentary and visible resources: diaries and early architectural trend books to present fabric, cultural literature and a wealth of remarkable photographs.
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Using pattern books and other buildings for guidance, and making use of the handiest or least expensive materials available, designers and builders crafted a remarkable collection of edifices. The style culminated with the Greek Revival houses in Oregon. Page 10 One of the classic works in American architectural history, Talbot Hamlin's Greek Revival Architecture in America (1944), was the first major volume on the style. Hamlin theorized that Greek Revival architecture was an expression of American genius and a reflection of national spirit.
They designed some of the more noteworthy American buildings in the early 1800s, establishing many of the trends for Greek Revival architecture in the country. Mills was born in Charleston, South Carolina, in 1781. He began his architectural career working for Irish architect James Hoban on the White House in Washington. In 1801 or 1802 he met Thomas Jefferson, who invited him to Charlottesville to study architecture and assist in the design and construction of Monticello. After Mills left Virginia, he traveled to several eastern cities on a "grand tour" of American building systems and then moved to Philadelphia at the suggestion of Jefferson to work in Latrobe's office.
2: Greek Revival house, Branford Point Historic District, Branford, Connecticut. Unknown builder, ca. 1832. Courtesy Connecticut Historical Commission. 3: Greek Revival house, Branford Point Historic District, Branford, Connecticut. Unknown builder, ca. 1833. Courtesy Connecticut Historical Commission. 4: Greek Revival house, Branford Point Historic District, Branford, Connecticut. Unknown builder, ca. 1832. Courtesy Connecticut Historical Commission. 5: Greek Revival house, Branford Center Historic District, Branford, Connecticut.
Americans interpret the Parthenon: the progression of Greek revival architecture from the East Coast to Oregon, 1800-1860 by Robert Kent Sutton