Arts and Crafts Architecture
Gallery One

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Exterior view of the house that pioneered the Shingle Style in America. From the Library of Congress's Historical American Buildings Survey. Photo by Cervin Robinson, 1970. Exterior view of an early Shingle Style house. Exterior view of one of the best surviving examples of the Shingle Style in America. Main entrance of a Shingle Style church.
Potter & Robertson
C. H. Baldwin House
1877-78. Newport, RI
McKim, Mead, & White
Isaac Bell House
1881-83. Newport, RI
Exterior view of a Shingle Style house, most likely designed by a 19C prominent architect. Exterior view of one of the best surviving examples of the Shingle Style in America.
H. H. Richardson
Sherman House
1874. Newport, RI
Ernest Coxhead
Episcop'l Ch., 1891
Monterey, CA
Exterior detail of one of the gabled bays of a Shingle Style house. Exterior view of a Shingle Style church, showing the transcept and tower.
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Shingle Style House
ca. 1885. Newport, RI
McKim, Mead, & White
Isaac Bell House
1881-83. Newport, RI
Oblique view of a Shingle Style house at the top of Russian Hill. Corner view of a delightful Shingle Style house by a prominent San Francisco architect.
Willis J. Polk
Polk House, 1892
San Francisco, CA
Willis Jefferson Polk
W. J. Polk House, 1892
San Francisco, CA
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Willis Jefferson Polk
W. J. Polk House, 1892
San Francisco, CA
Ernest Coxhead
Episcop'l Ch., 1891
Monterey, CA

"A beautiful lady is an accident of nature.  A beautiful old lady is a work of art."

- Louis Nizer, quote found on the Internet, original source unknown.


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