American Classicist The Architecture of Philip Trammell Shutze
Dowling, Elizabeth Meredith

New York, NY: Rizzoli - Atlanta Historical Society, 1989. F xiv + 239 pages; useful index; color, black and white illustrations; inscribed by the author on the title page; Preface by Henry Hope Reed, introduction by Vincent Scully, photography by Timothy Hursley; Philip Trammell Shutze (1890 - 1982) American architect "...produced over 750 architectural works. ..this first book to examine his buildings concentrates on the more important ones, which as a body represent an architectural achievement of a very high order of refinement, grace and beauty...he remained a firmly committed classicist, practicing out of an office in Atlanta where he produced an extraordinary body of monumental commercial and institutional buildings and country villas..."; laid-in are an The Atlanta Constitution People section regarding the book which includes a listing of several Shutze-inspired Atlanta locations and a copy of the Atlanta Historical Society newsletter of July/August 1989, whose back cover notices the Shutze book; approx. 9 1/4" x 12 1/4" size; illustrated dustjacket over cloth covers; slight wear to the jacket; in very good condition. Very Good Hardcover (Item ID: 24222)


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