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Monographs or surveys on architectural movements and architects from the post WW I era (1918) to the present.

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Makinson, Randell L., Greene & Greene: Architecture as a Fine Art, Salt Lake City, Peregrine Smith Inc., 1978, second printing, sq 4to (9.25" x 9.25"), HB in dj, black textured cloth boards w/ blind embossed titles & decorative endpapers., VG / VG. Corners bumped, some edgewear. DJ a bit yellowed at edges, light edgewear.

281 pp, profuse b/w illustration. Introduction by Reyner Banham, photos by Marvin Rand. Selected bibliography, index. First printing 1977.


I. The Forming Years (1868-1893)
II. The Early Work--A Decade in SSearch 189301903
III. A Style Emerging 1903-1907
IV. The Ultimate Bungalows 1907-1909
V. Convictions in Conflict with Change 1910-1922
VI. Separate Work, Retirement & Recognition

Greene and Greene are best known and respected for what Mr. Makinson calls their "ultimate bungalows," built during the first decade of this century. Exquisitely crafted and designed, the best work of the brothers remains the finest architectural expression of the Arts and Crafts movement in America. The Greenes' refusal to compromise their standards, combined with their personal involvement in every facet of the design and building process, resulted in a beautiful architecture of natural materials spanning the range from the simple inexpensive bungalow to the vast estate of the more affluent. Their 'democratic style' made quality architecutre available to all; their pioneering efforts coupled with their wondrous creations earned them international acclaim.    [Book ID # 1703]


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