Baker & Taylor A look at the life and work of the nineteenth-century architect examines the impact and influence of White's greatest works--including the Washington Square Arch; the Metropolitan, Colony, and Players Clubs; and the Vanderbilt, Whitney, and Pulitzer mansions.
Book News Stanford White (1853-1906) was the architect of opulence in New York City in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, designing the Washington Square Arch; the Players, Metropolitan, and Colony clubs; Madison Square Garden; and the mansions of the Whitneys, Vanderbilts, and Pulitzers. Architectural historian Lowe combines lively, informative text with 150 black-and-white photographs many never before published to evoke White's life, times, influences, and impact. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
Baker & Taylor Chronicles the life and times of the architect and designer, and examines the development and impact of his work