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Irving J. Gill, Architect Paperback – October 1, by Bruce Kamerling (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings5/5(2). New Book Published In honor of Irving J. Gill’s th birthday, the Irving J. Gill Foundation is delighted to announce our first publication: ‘One California Architect, Irving J. Gill’ by Esther McCoy. Now available on and Amazon’s worldwide sites. Architect Irving J. Gill ( ) is widely considered the first and preeminent architect of the Modernist era. In her groundbreaking work Five California Architects, Esther McCoy asserts that, along with Bernard Maybeck, Charles and Henry Greene, and R. M. Schindler, Gill is one of Californiaˇs most important architects. As an appealing combination of an exhibition catalog and a collection of contemporary and period essays about Irving J. Gill and his architecture, a new book on Gill, edited by Alana Coons, offers the reader a photography-filled overview of the man, his work, and his place in history. As the dedicatory page states, Dedicated to the Straight Line, the Arch, the Cube and the Circle, .
Born near Syracuse, New York, Irving Gill () was descended from Quakers and grew up in a family with ties to the building trades; his father was a carpenter and a farmer. Gill trained in architecture through an apprenticeship with architect Ellis K. Hall in Syracuse and, based on Hall’s recommendation, moved to Chicago in to work for architect Joseph L. Silsbee. View the profiles of people named Irving J Gill. Join Facebook to connect with Irving J Gill and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to. Irving J. Gill Foundation. likes. Preserving the legacy of Irving J. Gill, Architect ().Followers: This book looks at the life and architectural achievements of Gill, with brilliant photography by Marvin Rand and McCoyˇs insightful text from Five California Architects. Additionally, Gill's .
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