Conjuring "Delirious Philadelphia" 3901 b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z 3902
what became Abington Township 3903b
Philadelphia at Last 3904 b c d e f
Architect and Engineer in Philadelphia
g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z 3905
(some of) The Architecture of Willis Gaylord Hale 3911
Three-Dimensional Graphic Model of Center-City Philadelphia 3940
The arbors of Arbor Street 3950
what a difference 250 years make 3951
City Hall Centennial 3952
Rita Novel about Barnes 3953
Kaufmann ends his study of Lequeu by emphasizing that
Lequeu's weird fantasies reveal much of his era to anyone who is interested in the development of the artistic ideas rather than in the struggle for practical improvement. Though he looked back to remote times and remote regions, he was none the less the forerunner of significant trends of the twentieth century. In his era, as at present, unrest and incertitude inspired strange preformances; then as now, expressiveness counted more than formality; then as now great and dignified works emerged from the turmoil. It is not my intention to imply and direct affiliationbetween 1800 and 1900; I am concerned only with the continuity of ideas.
Kaufmann's analysis of Lequeu's work, which began in Vienna, ended in the USA in Philadelphia in 1952, with his Three Revolutionary Architects, Boullée, Ledoux, and Lequeu, published by the American Philosophical Society; and it was in Philadelphia that Marcel Duchamp was, so carefully, to supervise the display of his own principal works.
. . .
Tropological space has this widened to infinity between Vienna and Philadelphia. Von Lequeu bis Duchamp: Demountable Approximations, which became Duchamp's last major work, serbed him in the putting together of his most disconcerting work, Etant donnés . . . of 1946-66.
dossier: Ury House 3991 b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z 3992
New Sweden Outpost?
Independence and War
United States Capital 1790-1800
Frank Furness etc.
Ryerss Mansion, Library and Museum
The City Beautiful
The Philadelphia School
Design of Cities
Market Street East
Museum of Architecture
dossier: Philadelphia 3900 b c d e f g h i j k l m n o