3 edition of Fowler architectural collection of the Johns Hopkins University found in the catalog.
Fowler architectural collection of the Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins University.
|Statement||catalogue compiled by Lawrence Hall Fowler and Elizabeth Baer.|
|Contributions||Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876-, Baer, Elizabeth, comp., John Work Garrett Library.|
|LC Classifications||Z5945 .J6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 383 p.|
|Number of Pages||383|
|LC Control Number||61003909|
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Meanwhile, the Sheridan Libraries of Johns Hopkins maintains its own extensive art library on the Homewood Campus, and a Special Collections department which includes, among other treasures, the Fowler Collection of treatises on architecture. Art in the Bloomberg Children’s Center doesn’t just hang on the walls. Some is actually built into the walls, like the dioramas by Baltimore artist Jennifer Strunge, who created animal families out of recycled animals are posed reading books, providing landmarks to patients and families traveling through the hospital, and inspiring reading and exploration of the hospital’s.
How the Collection Was Formed A view of the south and east facing cases of the museum. Over the past years, significant collections of objects have been purchased by Johns Hopkins University, or gifted to the archaeological collection for use in study, teaching and research. As well as the page numbers described above, usually in the upper left corner of the plate, the book number is also given in the upper right corner. There was a later edition of this translation in and again in The Fowler Collection of Early Architectural Books from Johns Hopkins University.
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The Fowler Architectural Collection of the Johns Hopkins University: Bibliographical Catalogue. [Laurence Hall Fowler, Elizabeth Baer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Nonfiction: book devoted to the architectural collection of John Hopkins University.
The Fowler architectural collection of the Johns Hopkins University: catalogue compiled by Laurence Hall Fowler and Elizabeth Baer. San Francisco: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts, The Fowler Architectural Collection of the Johns Hopkins University Catalogue.
[Laurence Hall Fowler, Elizabeth Baer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Fowler Architectural Collection of the Johns Hopkins University cturer: Evergreen House. From Johns Hopkins University. This distinguished collection of rare architectural books amassed by Laurence Hall Fowler () comprises a significant library of monographs, pamphlets, plates and drawings tracing the roots of contemporary architecture.
The Fowler Architectural Collection of The Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore: The Evergreen House Foundation, ; reprt. San Francisco: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts, ). Laurence Hall Fowler Study Room. Early Marylandiana and Americana.
Genre/Form: Catalogs Bibliographies Bibliography Catalogs: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Johns Hopkins University. Fowler architectural collection of the Johns Hopkins University. Get this from a library. The Fowler architectural collection of the Johns Hopkins University: catalogue.
[Laurence Hall Fowler; Elizabeth Baer; Johns. Laurence Hall Fowler Study Room. The Laurence Hall Fowler Study Room houses an extensive collection of drawings and other artifacts associated with the 20th-century Baltimore architect and book collector, Laurence Hall Fowler (–), who designed additions to Evergreen House under commissions from the Garrett family.
He gave them to Johns Hopkins University and, with Elizabeth Baer, published an excellent catalog The Fowler Architectural Collection of the Johns Hopkins University in As a supplement to this essay, the Baer and Fowler catalogue, along with a copy of of Isaac Ware’s A Complete Book of Architecture is available on a.
Other information. A catalog describing the collection, edited by Egon Verheyen, and published inis available in Special Collections. Cite as: Laurence Hall Fowler Papers MSSpecial Collections, The John Work Garrett Library, The Johns Hopkins University.
Finding aids note: Unpublished register available in the repository. The Sheridan Libraries of Johns Hopkins University (founded ) encompass three historically discrete rare book and manuscript library collections: Special Collections in the Milton S.
Eisenhower Library, the George Peabody Library, and the John Work Garrett Library. Special Collections in the Eisenhower Library are primarily of a consolidation of rare books formerly. The Fowler Architectural Collection of The John Hopkins University.
Catalogue. by Fowler, Laurence Hall & Elizabeth Baer, compilers. "The architect-scholar Laurence Hall Fowler, born in Baltimore inbegan to collect rare and fine editions of architectural books while an architecture student at Columbia University.
He continued to expand his collection throughout. Syracuse University Libraries. Libraries Research Guides Architecture American Architectural Resources Search this Guide Search. Architecture: American Architectural Resources Though many architectural styles are described fairly thoroughly in the architectural dictionaries, there are five important monographic works which cover the styles Author: Barbara Opar.
Preface: Works of the Master Architects: The Fowler Collection of Early Architectural Books from Johns Hopkins University. The Fowler Architectural Collection of the Johns Hopkins University came into being with the gift of Laurence Hall Fowler () inan active, practicing architect in Baltimore and Maryland from to his retirement in FOWLER, Laurence Hall and Elizabeth BAER.
The Fowler Architectural Collection of the Johns Hopkins University: ore: The Evergreen House Foundation, 4° ( x mm), original cloth (lightly rubbed at extremitites).
All plates (except nos. 8, 13) are signed as designed by Gibbs, and engraved by E. Kirkall, H. Hulsbergh, J. Harris, I. Mynde, G. Vertue or B. Baron. The book was printed by William Bowyer (Bowyer ledgers).
The work is dedicated by the author to John, Duke of. Evergreen Museum & Library is a historical museum of the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, United is located between the campuses of the Notre Dame of Maryland University and Loyolaalong with Homewood Museum, make up the Johns Hopkins University Museums.
This collection consists of the first twelve yearbooks published by the undergraduates of The Johns Hopkins University, Johns Hopkins University Historic Dissertations 8, K.
You may not recognize the name Laurence Hall Fowler, but you certainly know his work. As one of the preeminent architects at work in Baltimore during the first half of the 20 th century, Fowler’s elegant eclecticism helped define many of the city’s most fashionable neighborhoods and important buildings.
Although his work lives on, his name has faded from public consciousness. Laurence Hall Fowler, Elizabeth Baer The Fowler Architectural Collection of the Johns Hopkins University. p. David McNeeley Stauffer, Mantle Fielding, Thomas Hovey Gage American Engravers upon Copper and Steel.
p. Special Collections houses an incredible collection of rare books and historic documents, as well as materials pertaining to the history of Johns Hopkins University.
Highlights include the Arthur and Janet Freeman Collection of Literary and Historical Forgery, the Roland Park Company Papers, and over sixteen thousand images in our University.Early printed books, 1 (), no. 27; E. Harris and N. Savage, British Architectural Books (), 4; Johns Hopkins University, The Fowler Architectural Collection (), no.
2, p; Jefferson 3. The bindings of the book are discussed in I.G. Brown, '"With an uncommon splendour": the bindings of Robert Adam's Ruins at Spalatro', in Apollo.Laurence Hall Fowler, Elizabeth Baer The Fowler Architectural Collection of the Johns Hopkins University.cat.
no. Eileen Harris, Nicholas Savage British Architectural Books and Writers Cambridge University Press, Cambridge,cat.