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The architecture of Sir Ernest George

Hilary J. Grainger

The architecture of Sir Ernest George

by Hilary J. Grainger

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Published by Spire Books Ltd in Reading, U.K .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catalogues raisonnés,
  • Criticism and interpretation

  • Edition Notes

    StatementHilary J. Grainger ; with new photography by Martin Charles
    ContributionsCharles, Martin, 1940-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNA997.G46 G73 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination495 p. :
    Number of Pages495
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25049545M
    ISBN 101904965318
    ISBN 109781904965312
    LC Control Number2011456320
    OCLC/WorldCa688585688

    The Architecture of Sir Ernest George: : Hilary J. Grainger: Libros en idiomas extranjerosAuthor: Hilary J. Grainger. Abstract. Sir Ernest George () was one of England's greatest architects of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. He specialised in domestic work and was responsible for beautiful and imaginative houses in both town and country, and with his three successive partners he carried out over works both in Britain and abroad.

    In their search for an architect, they first looked at the work of a Canadian before they settled upon Sir Ernest George in the London partnership of Ernest George and Yeates. While in London in , the Theomins obtained working drawings from Sir Ernest George for a Jacobean-style mansion. Books; The Architecture of Sir Ernest George; The Architecture of Sir Ernest George by Grainger, Hilary J. by Grainger, Hilary J. Recommend this! Marketplace Prices. 1 New from $; 2 Used from $; Used $ New $

    ^ H. Grainger, The Architecture of Sir Ernest George and his partners [Ph.D. thesis, University of Leeds] () ^ A. Stuart Gray, Edwardian Architects, A Biographical Dictionary (), ISBN , p. ^ R. Whalley, 'Harold Peto's Spanish diary ', in Hortus; 55 ( Autumn). Sir Ernest George RA (13 June – 8 December ) was a British architect, landscape and architectural watercolourist, and etcher.. Life and work. Born in London, Ernest George began his architectural training in , under Samuel Hewitt, coupled with studies at the Royal Academy Schools – After a short period in the office of Allen Boulnois, he went on a sketching tour of.


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This richly illustrated book is the first study of the man and his work and will establish him as one of the major names in his profession. His life and career is fully documented, the buildings are described and a full catalogue of works is provided/5(2).

The Architecture of Sir Ernest George: Book Review. by Hilary Grainger. This study of the life and work of Sir Ernest George ( ) is long overdue especially for those with an interest in his most famous articled clerk, Sir Edwin Lutyens ().

In the late nineteenth century domestic architecture in England was dominated by the office of Richard Norman Shaw, closely followed by that.

The Architecture of Sir Ernest George by Hilary J. Grainger () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. An architect by profession, a sketcher by taste, a traveller for instruction and recreation.

P.G. Hamerton, The Portfolio, S ir Ernest George, architect, etcher and watercolourist, died quietly on 8 Decembera at his home in Palace Court, Bayswater, west London. Sir Ernest George () was one of England's greatest architects of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

He specialised in domestic work and was responsible for beautiful and imaginative houses in both town and country, and with his three success. Sir Ernest George () was one of England’s greatest architects of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

He specialised in domestic work and was responsible for beautiful and imaginative houses in both town and country, and with his three successive partners, he carried out over works both in Britain and abroad.

The Architecture of Sir Ernest George Hilary J. Grainger (Spire Books, £65, *£60) Some of us owe Sir Ernest George an apology. We have seen him through the eyes of Sir Edwin Lutyens, who, on his way to greatness, briefly passed through George’s office, and went on to despise an architect who gathered his ideas on the sketching tours that he made of the Continent every summer.

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The Architecture of Sir Ernest George: : Grainger, Hilary J., Grainger, Hilary: Books. Professor Hilary J. Grainger published a landmark book on the architecture of Sir Ernest George inthe first major study to be devoted to him.

Please select an image to see a larger version. Sir Ernest George () was one of England's greatest architects of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He specialised in domestic work and was responsible. This richly illustrated book is the first study of the man and his work, and will establish him as one of the major names in his profession.

His life and career is fully documented, the buildings described, and a full catalogue of works provided. Sir Ernest George () was one of England's greatest architects of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

He specialised in domestic work and was responsible for beautiful and imaginative houses in both town and country, and with his three successive partners, he carried out over   The Architecture of Sir Ernest George.

By Hilary J. Grainger. Spire Books, pp, £ ISBN Published 19 May Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Architecture of Sir Ernest George at The Architecture of Sir Ernest George: Grainger, Hilary J, Grainger, Hilary: : LibrosReviews: 2. Buildings by Ernest George Rousdon House (for Sir Henry Peek of Peek Freans; became Allhallows School in ) Rousdon, Devon () Collingham Gardens, Earls Court, London (–84) 4 & 6 Thornlaw Road, West Norwood, London () Ossington Hotel, Newark () Shockerwick House, Bathford.

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Sir Ernest George () was one of England's greatest architects of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He specialised in domestic work and was responsible for beautiful and imaginative houses in both town and country, and with his three successive partners, he carried out over works both in Britain and abroad.

Brittain-Catlin, Timothy () 'The Architecture of Sir Ernest George' (book review). Review of: 'The Architecture of Sir Ernest George' by Grainger, Hilary J. World of Interiors, (Sept). p. ISSN X. (The full text of this publication is not currently available from this repository.The partnership of Harold Ainsworth Peto () and Sir Ernest George () lasted from According to Robin Whalley, "The firm became one of the most successful in London during the s"; in fact, Hilary Grainger says, they enjoyed "spectacular success.".'The Architecture of Sir Ernest George' (book review) By Timothy Brittain-Catlin.

Abstract. A review of 'The Architecture of Sir Ernest George', by Hilary J. Grainge Topics: NA. Publisher: Cond Nast Publications Inc. Year: OAI identifier: oai: Author: Timothy Brittain-Catlin.