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HP 200 History of American Architecture Slide Images


Class 18: Classicism Reconsidered: Late 19th and Early 20th Century Classicism: The Ecole Des Beaux Arts and Classical or Renaissance-Inspired Monumentality

  1. U.S. Capitol - Wings and Dome, Washington, D.C. Thomas U. Walter, Montgomery Meigs, and Constantino Brumidi, 1851-1880 *
  2. Studio Building, New York City. Richard M. Hunt, 1857
  3. Lenox Library, New York City. Richard M. Hunt, 1870-77 *
  4. Villard Houses, New York City. McKim, Mead and White, 1883-85
  5. Produce Exchange, New York City. George B. Post, 1881-84 *
  6. Public Library, Boston, MA. McKim, Mead and White, 1887-95 *
  7. Administration Building, World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago. Daniel Burnham and Richard M. Hunt, 1893
  8. East Wing, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City. Richard M. Hunt and Richard H. Hunt, 1895 *
  9. Pennsylvania Station, New York City. McKim, Mead and White, 1906-1910 *
  10. Grand Central Station, New York City. Reed & Stem and Warren & Wetmore, 1907-1913; William Wilgus, Engineer.
  11. Public Library, New York City. Carrere and Hastings, 1897-1911 *
  12. Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C. Henry Bacon, 1911-22 *


Class 19: Period Revivals: English, Dutch, and Spanish Colonial; English Tudor; French and Italian Renaissance; Spanish Eclectic; and Mission

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