4 edition of bibliography of writings by and about Sir Reginald Theodore Blomfield, 1856-1942 found in the catalog.
bibliography of writings by and about Sir Reginald Theodore Blomfield, 1856-1942
|Series||Architecture series--bibliography,, A 1342|
|LC Classifications||Z8105.58 .C32 1985, NA997.B6 .C32 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p. ;|
|LC Control Number||85140411|
He was grandfather of the poet and hymn writer Dorothy Gurney (née Blomfield) (–), the architect Sir Reginald Blomfield (–) and the palaeontologist, geologist and malacologist Francis Arthur Bather (–). Dorothy also had one son from her first marriage, Thomas Fassett Kent, who was born in in Ellough, : Church of England. Page 21 - We are apt to think, that Sir William Temple and king William were, in a manner, the introducers of gardening into England; but, by the description of lord Burleigh's gardens at Theobalds, and of those at Nonsuch, we find that the magnificent, though false taste was known here as early as the reigns of Henry VIII. and his daughter. There is scarce an unnatural and sumptuous.
Blomfield, Sir Reginald Theodore (–). Cousin of C. J. Blomfield, he entered the office of his uncle, Sir Arthur Blomfield, in Two years later he set up his own London practice, began writing and drawing for publication, and was involved in the founding of the Art-Workers' designed 51 and 53 Frognal, Hampstead, the Talbot Building at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford (– Sir Reginald Theodore Blomfield and F. Inigo Thomas, The Formal Garden in England (London: Macmillan and Co.,) vi. Hartt, Thaisa Way, Unbounded Practice: Women in Landscape Architecture in the early Twentieth Century (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, ),
About this Item: Mid 20th Century. Condition: used. Austin Blomfield - Original Mid 20th Century Graphite Drawing. Unsigned. On board. Condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration, fading and surface dirt Austin Blomfield () was a British architect who was the son of renown architect and designer Sir Reginald Blomfield (). blomfield house in russell nz., was purchased by the crown in and relocated to another tion of this historic site was begun in , russell was the first european settlement in new zealand in the early ' settlement of the kororareka waterfront(russell) was a major resort for the whalers and a thriving noisy center of tavern keepers and traders.
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A bronze bust of Blomfield by Sir William Reid Dick is in the National Portrait Gallery. List of works [ edit ] The following list of major works is selected from that given in R.A.
Fellows, Sir Reginald Blomfield: an Edwardian architect,with additions from The Buildings of England and other sources cited in the bibliography.
Sir Reginald Theodore Blomfield (20 December –27 December ) was a British architect, garden designer and author. Reginald Blomfield was born in Nymet Tracey, Devon, son of the local clergyman.
He was educated at Haileybury school and at Exeter College, Oxford. Sir Reginald Theodore Blomfield (20 December – 27 December ) was a British architect, garden designer and ld Blomfield was born in Nymet Tracey, Devon, son of the local clergyman.
He was educated at Haileybury school and at Exeter College, Oxford. His uncle, Sir Arthur Blomfield, was an architect and Blomfield followed him into the profession, training first under his.
Resources about Reginald Theodore Blomfield (4) Architectural drawing and draughtsmen / by Reginald Blomfield Blomfield, Reginald Theodore Sir [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 9 libraries. Rye, East Sussex, was the home of the architect Sir Reginald Blomfield who was responsible for three significant designs that commemorated WW1: The local hospital, the Cross of Sacrifice and The Menin Gate in Ypres.
A bronze sword which hung in the hall of Sir Reginald Blomfield’s home in Rye became the inspiration bibliography of writings by and about Sir Reginald Theodore Blomfield the town’s wartime memorial - the Cross of. Blomfield, Reginald. Born - Died: - English architect, garden designer and author.
The first edition of his book on The Formal Garden in England was published in and the 3rd edition in Sir Reginald Blomfield was the son of a bishop. He was an intelligent bombast, writing that 'horticulture stands to garden design much as. Sir Reginald Theodore Blomfield (), Architect.
Sitter in 14 portraits Architect; commanded an extensive practice which consisted mainly of country houses but also public works and commercial buildings including the Regent Street Quadrant and Swan. The author died inso works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 75 years or less.
Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.
Studies In Architecture, By Reginald Blomfield With Illustrations. by Sir Reginald Theodore Blomfield (Creator). Nabu Press, Paperback. Good. Sir Reginald Theodore Blomfield RA was a British architect and one of the Commission's Principal Architects in France after the First World War.
He was born on 20 December He was educated at Haileybury and Oxford and commenced his practice in Blomfield designed country houses and London club houses, such as the United University. The two undergraduates were Reginald Theodore Blomfield () and Henry Robinson King ().
After leaving Oxford, King decided his future lay in education and, after a brief stint teaching at his old school Clifton College, he came to Sherborne in to teach Classics and remained on the staff for over 40 years.
Extract. Blomfield, Sir Reginald Theodore (–), architect, was born at the vicarage, Bow, Devon, on 20 Decemberthe third son and one of the eleven children of the Revd George John Blomfield (d.
), who became vicar of Dartford inand his wife, a distant cousin. (–).Cousin of C. Blomfield, he entered the office of his uncle, Sir Arthur Blomfield, in Two years later he set up his own London practice, began writing and drawing for publication, and was involved in the founding of the Art-Workers' Guild.
He designed 51 and 53 Frognal, Hampstead, the Talbot Building at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford (–15), the former United. Architect and architectural historian; published the important early survey of British architecture, The History of Renaissance Architecture in England, (). Blomfield's father was Reverend George John Blomfield (d.
), vicar of Dartford, and his mother, Isabella Blomfield. His parents were distant cousins. After attending Haileybury College he entered Exeter. Sir Reginald Theodore Blomfield (–) Caricature of John Ruskin Pen and brown ink, over traces of graphite, on bristol board 10 5/8 x 8 7/8 inches ( x mm) Gift of Antoinette Howell in memory of her husband, Warren Richardson Howell, (–).
Cousin of C. Blomfield, he entered the office of his uncle, Sir Arthur Blomfield, in Two years later he set up his own London practice, began writing and drawing for publication, and was involved in the founding of the Art-Workers' Guild.
Sir Reginald Theodore Blomfield (20 December – 27 December ) was a prolific British architect, garden designer and author of the Victorian and Edwardian period. Early life and career Blomfield was born at Bow vicarage in Devon, where his father, the Rev.
George John Blomfield (d. ) was curate. Baker; Sir; Herbert (); architect and author: DS/UK/7: Blomfield; Sir; Reginald Theodore (); architect: DS/UK/9: Lorimer; Sir; Robert Stodart (); architect: DS/UK/2: Ware; Sir; Fabian Arthur Goulstone (); newspaper editor and the founder of the Imperial War Graves Commission.
Genre/Form: Bibliography History Bibliographie: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cable, Carole. Bibliography of writings by and about Sir Reginald Theodore Blomfield, The formal garden in England Item Preview remove-circle Blomfield, Reginald Theodore, Sir, Publication date Topics Landscape architecture of Michigan Language English.
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Memoirs of an architect / by Sir Reginald Blomfield.A bibliography of writings by and about Sir Reginald Theodore Blomfield,t.p. (Sir Reginald Theodore Blomfield) found: LC data base, 4/16/85 (hdg.: Blomfield, Reginald Theodore, Sir.A bibliography of writings by and about Sir Reginald Theodore Blomfield,The Formal garden in England French architecture and its relation to modern practice Greek art and architecture, their legacy to us.