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by Fiske Kimball
Author: Fiske Kimball
Publisher: Da Capo Press (October 21, 1968)
Category: Art and workmanship
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Sidney Fiske Kimball (1888 – 1955) was an American architect, architectural historian and museum director.
Sidney Fiske Kimball (1888 – 1955) was an American architect, architectural historian and museum director. A pioneer in the field of architectural preservation in the United States, he played a leading part in the restoration of Monticello and Stratford Hall Plantation in Virginia. Over his nearly-30-year tenure as director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, he moved the museum into its current building and greatly expanded its collections. Kimball was born in Newton, Massachusetts on December 8, 1888.
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When Thomas Jefferson was born, there were few high-style buildings in. .
When Thomas Jefferson was born, there were few high-style buildings in America, but in a lifetime full of political accomplishments. As the architect of Monticello and the University of Virginia, among other masterful buildings, Thomas Jefferson is widely considered by contemporary academics to be the most skillful practitioner of early American architecture. Thomas Jefferson is revered first and foremost as the "Apostle of Liberty," who authored our most sacred document, the Declaration of Independence. Any visit to Monticello or the University of Virginia campus confirms Jefferson's skill and aesthetic vision as an architect.
Thomas Jefferson, Architect. ISBN 9780306709654 (978-0-306-70965-4) Softcover, Da Capo Press, 1968. Find signed collectible books: 'Thomas Jefferson, Architect'. Founded in 1997, BookFinder.
Jefferson the architect. by. Kimball, Fiske, 1888-1955. New York, Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation. No table-of-contents pages found. Book in fragile condition. duke libraries; americana.
Fiske Kimball (1888-1955) was an art historian and architect who served for thirty years as director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art (1925-1955) and for thirty-one years as chairman of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial.
Fiske Kimball (1888-1955) was an art historian and architect who served for thirty years as director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art (1925-1955) and for thirty-one years as chairman of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation's Restoration Committee (1924-1955) and as a member of the Foundation's Board (1939-1955). During his time as an instructor, he met and married Marie Goebel in 1913.
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Fiske Kimball-he would drop the Sidney prior to the publication of his first book-could hardly have known then how the project would change his life. By fall Kimball was in love.
If not for Dr. Fiske Kimball, we might never have known that Thomas Jefferson was an architect
If not for Dr. Fiske Kimball, we might never have known that Thomas Jefferson was an architect. Though he was hailed as a brilliant statesman, Jefferson was all but unknown as an artist and an architect for nearly a century. But Kimball, an industrious scholar with a keen eye, made a series of critical discoveries that changed not just the image of Jefferson, but also rewrote the story of American architecture, introducing its first real practitioner.
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