Mastering Tradition: The Residential Architecture of John Russell Pope
Classical tradition and a mastery of proportion, massing, and scale characterise the architecture of John Russell Pope, who is best known for his large public commissions such as the Thomas Jefferson Memorial, and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. This volume displays 36 of his residential projects.
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WHITEHOLME Dr and Mrs Henry Barton Jacobs Residence
Jericho Farm Middleton S Burrill Residence
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Adam style American arched architect Avenue bedroom Bonniecrest brick Bruce Price building Caumsett ceiling center block century chimneys classical clients Collier Colonial revival columns commissioned cornice Croly decorative demolished dining room door Eggers entablature entrance court ENTRANCE DETAIL entrance facade entrance hall extant extended exterior fireplace flanking FLOOR PLAN forecourt Francis Patrick Garvan French Frick frieze front gable Gallery GARDEN FACADE Garvan Georgian Henry White Herbert Croly Hill interiors John Russell Pope landscape Laughlin lawn Leeds living room loggia Long Island main block main entrance mantel marble Marshall Field III mausoleum McKim Mead & White moldings monumental Myers neoclassical Newport openings ornament paneling pediment pilasters Pope's porch projects rear Renaissance residential roof Samuel Yellin second floor service wing shallow side space stair hall stone Street tion Tudor revival Tudor style Tuxedo Tuxedo Club Vanderbilt VIEW wall surfaces Washington York