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John Merven Carrere, 1858-1911

Lamia Doumato

John Merven Carrere, 1858-1911

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Published by Vance Bibliographies in Monticello, Ill .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Carrère, John Merven, 1858-1911 -- Bibliography,
    • Architecture -- United States -- 19th century -- Bibliography,
    • Architecture -- United States -- 20th century -- Bibliography

    • Edition Notes

      StatementLamia Doumato.
      GenreBibliography.
      SeriesArchitecture series--bibliography,, A-1340
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ8149.85 .D68 1985, NA737.C27 .D68 1985
      The Physical Object
      Pagination14 p. ;
      Number of Pages14
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2589406M
      ISBN 100890283109
      LC Control Number85140610

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Get this from a library. John Merven Carrere, [Lamia Doumato]. John Carrère may refer to: John Merven Carrère (–), American architect; John Carrère (politician) (died ), Canadian politician; This disambiguation page lists articles about people with the same name.

If an internal link led you here. Inscription: TO THE MEMORY OF/JOHN John Merven Carrere CARRERE/ Please note, the NAME field includes a primary designation as well as alternate namingsoften in common or popular usage.

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Carrère, John Merven (–). Brazilian-born American architect. He studied at the École des Beaux-Arts, Paris, before joining McKim, Mead, & White in NYC in In he opened an office with Thomas Hastings (–). John Merven Carrère.

() famous United States architect John Merven Carrere together with his partner Thomas Hastings founded a prominent architectural firm (New Testament) disciple of Jesus; traditionally said to be the author of the 4th Gospel and three epistles and the book of Revelation (synonym) Saint John, St.

John, Saint John the Apostle. Located in New York City, Carrère and Hastings was one of the most significant Beaux-Arts Architecture firms in the United States. The architectural team ran a successful practice during the s s.

The firm focused on designs for commercial buildings and elaborate homes. They gained notoriety in when the firm won the design competition for the New York Public. Get this from a library. Carrère & Hastings: the masterworks. [Laurie Ossman; Heather P Ewing; Steven Brooke; Carrère & Hastings.] -- "Carrere and Hastings designed commercial buildings, elaborate residences, and prominent public structures in New York, Washington, London, Paris, Rome, and Havana between and Their client.

McKim, Mead & White was an American architectural firm that thrived at the turn of the twentieth century. The firm's founding partners were Charles Follen McKim (–), William Rutherford Mead (–) and Stanford White (–).

They hired many other architects, partners, associates, designers John Merven Carrere draftsmen, who came to prominence during or. John Merven Carrère (b. 9 November ; d.

John Merven Carrere March ) was born in Rio di Janeiro, the son of a prosperous American coffee trader whose ancestry reached back to a French family that had come to America during the French Revolution and had settled in Baltimore.

After attending public secondary school in Lausanne, Switzerland and the. Carrère & Hastings architectural drawings and papers, Creator: Carrère, John Merven, Phys. Desc: items: Location: Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library: View CLIO record >> Online information.

Online Finding Aid. Biographical Note. Carrere & Hastings John Merven Carrere () was educated in Switzerland before entering the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Thomas Hastings (), born in New York, spent a short time at Columbia University before entering the Ecole des Beaux-Arts.

NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY, TOTTENVILLE BRANCH, Amboy Road, Tottenville, Staten John Merven Carrere. Built Jacob Astor in and by the famous book collector and philanthropist James Lenox in ) and the Tilden Trust (established in by the will John Merven Carrere () was educatedFile Size: 6MB.

English: The architectural firm of Carrère and Hastings () — based in New York City, and one of the outstanding firms for Beaux-Arts architecture in the United principals of the firm were John Merven Carrère () and Thomas Hastings (). Hastings used the firm name until his death, when it was renamed Shreve, Lamb and arters location: New York City.

John Merven Carrere () Architect at the renowned firm of Carrere and Hastings, designers of the United States Senate and House office buildings, Staten Island Borough Hall, The New York Public Library building on Fifth Avenue and branch libraries in St.

George, Stapleton, Tottenville and Port Richmond. He was a founder of the Richmond. The John Ferguson Weir Papers contain many letters from persons prominent in the art world from the s to the s and a wealth of information about Weir's own life and beliefs.

There is also material on the origin and development of art education in the United States and at Yale. Carrère & Hastings (John Merven Carrère ; Thomas S. Hastings ) – The firm’s namesakes both worked in the offices of McKim, Mead & White in New York City before forming their own firm in John Merven Carrere () Architect at the renowned firm of Carrere and Hastings, designers of the United States Senate and House office buildings, Staten Island Borough Hall, The New York Public Library building on Fifth Avenue and branch libraries in St.

George, Stapleton, Tottenville and Port Richmond. John Merven Carrère () and Thomas Hastings () met in Paris while studying at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Carrère, whose previous education was in Switzerland, graduated in and Hastings, who briefly attended Columbia University, graduated in Their architectural style was heavily influenced by their studies in : 16K.

John Charles Frémont and Jessie Benton Frémont papers, John Charles Frémont papers. John Crittenden Watson papers, John Davis Batchelder collection of manuscripts, John Dean Caton papers, John Ericsson papers, John G.

Nicolay papers, John Grimes Walker papers,   Carrere & Hastings. John Merven Carrere () was educated in Switzerland before entering the Ecole des. Beaux-Arts in Thomas Hastings (), born in New York, spent a short time at Columbia University before entering the Views: 18K.

Browse LC finding aids by collection title. Finding aids are XML documents created using the Encoded Archival Description (EAD). Library of Congress collections described by finding aids. Listed by collection titles and by names of creators and collectors.

Carlisle was a politician from Kentucky who served as Secretary of Treasury under Grover Cleveland. From the description of Carlisle, John Griffin, August 26 letter.

"In designing the Cunard Building, Morris was assisted by his former employer, Thomas Hastings () of the firm of Carrère & Hastings.

Both Hastings and John Merven Carrère () were educated at the École des Beaux-Arts and worked in the office of McKim, Mead & White, before establishing a partnership in in New York City. McKim, Mead & White was a prominent American architectural firm that thrived at the turn of the twentieth century.

The firm's founding partners were Charles Follen McKim (–), William Rutherford Mead (–) and Stanford White (–). They hired many other architects, partners, associates, designers and draftsmen, who came to prominence during or.

John Merven Carrere () and Thomas Hastings () were the leading American exponents of the design philosophy of the French Ecole des Beaux-Arts, while both men had attended the Ecole in the late s and early s, each architect belonged to a different atelier and they did not meet until after their graduation when both were.

Carrère, John Merven (–). American architect John Merven Carrère had a long-standing partnership with Thomas Hastings. The two designed and built the New York City Public Library in New Carrey, Jim (born ). Canadian comedian Jim Carrey was known for his high-energy level and frenetic improvisation.

John Merven Carrère Jr. (–) became partners in Both had attended the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, though in different ateliers, and on their return both worked in the office of McKim, Mead & White. Mark Allen Hewitt says they were “among the best-connected architects of their generation” (21).

John Merven Carrère (–) – of Carrère and Hastings, worked with McKim, Mead & White from throughthen joined with Thomas Hastings to start a new firm. J.E.R. Carpenter – worked at the firm for several years before designing much of upper Fifth and Park Avenues, including Fifth Avenue, Fifth Avenue, Park.

Printed testimonials to the competence of John Thomas Smith, gathered by him in pursuit of the post of drawing-master at Christ's Hospital. Signed by Smith., May 10 Signed by Smith., May 10 Item — Carrere, John Merven () Specialist in Beaux-Arts architecture; see Standard Oil Building, NY.

Cobb, Henry Ives () Famous for personal approach to Romanesque and Gothic architecture. Condit, Carl (–) American historian of urban and architectural history. Coolidge, Charles A.

() US architect. At the École des Beaux-Arts, Paris, in the early s he met the Brazilian-born John Merven Carrère (), with whom he later formed a highly successful New York Hastings, Warren () English colonial administrator.

{n: Hastings, Thomas Hastings} United States architect who formed and important architectural firm with John Merven Carrere () {n: Hawkins, Hawkyns, Sir John Hawkins, Sir John Hawkyns} English privateer involved in the slave trade; later helped build the fleet that in defeated the Spanish Armada ().

Glass lantern slides owned by the College of Architecture depict a variety of images of art, European architecture, and University of Nebraska-Lincoln history. Caracalla, Emperor of Rome, ; Carr, John, ; Carrere, John Merven, ; Carrere, John Merven, ;Hastings, Thomas, ; Carroll.

Carrère, John Merven, Carrère & Hastings architectural drawings and papers, [Avery] New York (State) New York Bridges New York (State) New York Architecture, Domestic New York (State) New York Furniture New York (State) New York Landscape architecture New York (State) New York.

Fountain dedicated to Charles Merrill, designed by Carrere and Hastings, the fountain was white marble and organized into a series of overlapping semicircular basins, with shell and sea animals. Fountain originally was erected at Campus Martius in the moved to Palmer Park in Recorded in glass negative ledger: "D/Fountains-Merrill.".

Full text of "G.E.N.A. Medal Auction: Sale Number 20" See other formats. McKim, Mead & White was a prominent American architectural firm that thrived at the turn of the twentieth century. The firm's founding partners were Charles Follen McKim (–), William Rutherford Mead (–) and Stanford White (–).

They hired many other architects, partners, associates, designers and draftsmen, who came to prominence during or. From the description of Astor Library records, (New York Public Library).

WorldCat record id: The Astor Library was founded as a privately funded reference library, open without charge to the public. It was established by the will of John Jacob Astor in Abstract Glass lantern slides owned by the College of Architecture depict a variety of images of art, European architecture, and University of Nebraska-Lincoln history.

Architect/. Built inDesign by Carrère and Hastings (John Merven Carrère () and Thomas Hastings ()) Plashbourne Estate is a historic estate located in the Lawrence Park West section of Yonkers, Westchester County, New York.

It was built for artist Violet Oakley in the Tudor Revival style. Jim Thorpe (Pa.)--Historyth century--Pictoral works Jim Thorpe (Pa.)--Social Life and customs--Pictorial works Indians of No.{n: Carrere, John Merven Carrere} United States architect who with his partner Thomas Hastings designed many important public buildings () {n: Cebu, Cebu City} an important seaport on the island of Cebu in the Philippines.Description: Datedthis photograph shows a cemetery near West Milton, Ohio, in Miami photograph's caption reads "Hoover Grave near W.

Milton. Garland Road, 2 1/2 m N. W. of W Milton. Montgomery County." This could be West Branch Cemetery, located on Garland Road just west of West Milton, where many Hoovers are buried.