Henry Hobson Richardson


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Noun1.Henry Hobson Richardson - United States architect (1838-1886)Henry Hobson Richardson - United States architect (1838-1886)
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In fact, it's the only American city besides Chicago that boasts buildings from the trinity of great American architects: Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Sullivan, and Henry Hobson Richardson.
The Ames Monument is a pivotal and highly significant work in the career of Henry Hobson Richardson.
McKim and White served their apprenticeships with Henry Hobson Richardson, the leading American architect of his time, who was decisively formed by his own Parisian training and who built superbly in the Romanesque style.
In his youth, Gilbert was under the spell of Boston's Henry Hobson Richardson, who had evolved a personal variation on French and Spanish Romanesque prototypes and in so doing created what struck many people in the 1880s as somehow peculiarly American.
Led by artist Frederic Edwin Church, landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted and architect Henry Hobson Richardson, Free Niagara saved the falls from being almost exclusively used for industrial and commercial purposes.
To the right as one enters, three wonderful Grueby vases set atop a Stickley desk are bordered by a Henry Hobson Richardson chair and Frank Lloyd Wright tall back chair.