By Wil Stegenga
An exciting collection of 30 complicated three-dimensional designs, this quantity will entice colorists of every age. styles variety from heavily interwoven squares, stars, and rectangles with sharp, angular kinds, to flowing interlacements of circles, ovals, hearts, and different rounded shapes. The hypnotic pictures, a few of which characteristic optical illusions, are totally interesting.
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7 The figures to whom he alludes included many of the best-known creative talents of the day: the artists William Keith and Bruce Porter; the architects Coxhead, Maybeck, and Polk; and Keeler himself. Though unnamed in the article, the "quiet and retiring minister" can only be Joseph Worcester. Â < previous page < previous page page_13 page_130 next page > next page > Page 130 CharlesÂ GreeneÂ watercolorÂ sketchÂ documenting TichenorÂ houseÂ designÂ asÂ heÂ hadÂ envisionedÂ it 40 41 PhotographÂ showingÂ completedÂ houseÂ after additionÂ ofÂ second-floorÂ sleepingÂ porch little book shelves you have mad will hold about 1/5 of my books.
22 Ibid, p. 220. 23 Jenney, "Dwelling," p. 58. 24 Frederick L. Roehrig, "Los Angeles Power and Light Plants," Architect and Engineer 99 (November 1929), pp. 7577. Roehrig-designedÂ DepartmentÂ ofÂ WaterÂ and PowerÂ substation,Â PacificÂ PalisadesÂ (1935) Â < previous page < previous page 30 page_122 page_123 next page > next page > 31 Page 123 12 Charles and Henry Greene Randell L. Makinson Cloud showers tinkle on a path of flags And spatter the still pool with shots of light; A tuna boat across sea-windows drags; On sun-gold seas the sea-gull wings flash white.
1 But by all odds the most successful of these amateurs were the brothers Arthur S. and Alfred Heineman, who got into architecture through their mutual interest in real estate and land development. They had come from Chicago to Pasadena with their parents, two brothers, and two sisters in 1894, just as a land boom that had collapsed in 1887 was about to spring to life again. Arthur (18781972), like his brothers Herbert and Alfred, began his architectural career as a speculator interested in building houses in order to sell them to other Americans who were caught up in the lure of the California climate.
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