Fine in Fine jacket. Quarto. Illustrated with nearly 300 contemporary color & vintage b/w illustrations. Cloth with dustjacket. Fine/Fine, a crisp, unmarked copy; jacket bright with no wear. This book chronicles the estate-building activity in the countryside of Somerset and Morris counties between the wars. Noted architects whose work can be seen are George B. Post and his sons, Carrère & Hastings; Grosvenor Atterbury; Delano & Aldrich; Cross & Cross; John Russell Pope; Guy Lowell; and Mott B. Schmidt, among others. The work of some of the finest landscape architects of the period-including the Olmsted firm, Ellen Biddle Shipman, James Leal Greenleaf, Ruth Bramley Dean, and Brinley & Holbrook-is well represented. It also includes a complete index and bibliography covering both vols 1 & 2.
Fine in Fine jacket. Quarto. xv, 248 pp; illustrated with nearly 250 vintage b/w and contemporary color illustrations. Cloth with dustjacket. Fine/Fine, a crisp, unmarked copy; jacket bright with no wear. This book chronicles sixty country estates that were built in the countryside of Somerset and Morris counties from the 1870s up to World War I. It describes the wealthy families who built or owned the houses and the architects and landscape architects who designed them. Somerset Hills includes the greatest concentration of the domestic commissions of George Browne Post and his sons, as well as houses by Carrere & Hastings, Delano & Aldrich, Cross & Cross, Guy Lowell, Mott B. Schmidt, and many others.
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