Arts and Crafts Architecture
Gallery Two

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Port window in a Shingle Style church. Exterior view of a Shingle Style house. Exterior view of a Shingle Style rowhouse with a strong Georgian influence. Exterior view of a Shingle Style home with a healthy Queen Anne influence.
Samuel Newsom
Bowman House, 1892
San Francisco, CA
Ernest Coxhead
Weber House, 1902
San Francisco, CA
Upper window detail. Exterior view of two fine Shingle Style homes by one of key architects associated with the First Bay Tradition.
Ernest Coxhead
Episcop'l Ch., 1891
Monterey, CA
C. H. Russell
Leonard House
1896. Alameda, CA
Front elevation of another of the gifted architect's Shingle Style churches. Detail of Gothic windows and an Art Nouveau drainpipe on a Shingle Style rowhouse.
Ernest Coxhead
Weber House, 1902
San Francisco, CA
E. Coxhead. Weber &
Porter Houses, 1902 &
04. San Francisco, CA
Rear view of an exceptional row of Shingle Style buildings. Exterior view of a Shingle Style house by one of San Francisco's most celebrated architects.
Ernest Coxhead
St. John's, 1905
Sausalito, CA
E. Coxhead. Weber &
Porter Houses, 1902 &
04. San Francisco, CA
Bernard Maybeck
Goslinsky House, 1909
San Francisco, CA
Bernard Maybeck
Goslinsky House
1909. S. Fran., CA

"No person who is not a great sculptor or painter can be an architect.  If he is not a sculptor or painter, he can only be a builder."

- John Ruskin, from The Conduct of Life, ch. "Wealth", 1860 (rev. 1876).


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