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A NEAT PLAIN MODERN STILE: PHILIP HOOKER AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES, 1796-1836. Douglas G. Bucher et al. Albany Institute of History & Art, 1992. Published 1993. Organized and published by Emerson Gallery, Hamilton College, Clinton. Distributed by University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst. 334 pp. with 186 ills. 28 x 22 cm. LC 92-80130 ISBN 0870237683 In English.
Examines in detail the works of American architect Hooker (1766-1836), whose Neo-Classical designs for public buildings, commercial structures, churches and residences (most no longer extant) shaped the architectural character of early 19th-century Albany during its rapid development as New York's capital city. A lengthy essay chronicling Hooker's career prefaces a well-illustrated catalogue raisonne of 134 structures and unrealized projects designed by or attributed to the architect that incorporates transcriptions of numerous proposals, construction bills and other documents.
Artist(s):Hooker, Philip
Indexing: Western — United States, Northeast — 1800-1900 — Architecture
Plans: 02,04,22,24
Worldwide Number: 024231
Paperbound $24.95    

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