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Fri Mar 21 17:05:10 2014 UTClccn-n500104380.27Louis Sullivan and the Chicago school /0.510.94Emotional architecture as compared with classical14805742Louis_Sullivann 5001043845947Louis H. SullivanLouis-Henry SullivanSullivan, HenrySullivan, Louis.Sullivan, Louis, 1856-1924Sullivan, Louis H.Sullivan, Louis H. (Louis Henri), 1856-1924Sullivan, Louis HenriSullivan, Louis Henri, 1856-1924Sullivan, Louis-HenrySullivan, Louis Henry, 1856-1924サリヴァン, ルイス・Hlccn-n79032932Wright, Frank Lloyd1867-1959collccn-n85109796Twombly, Robert C.edtlccn-n86031005Morrison, Hugh1905-1978lccn-n85335519Adler, Dankmar1844-1900lccn-n50044927Richardson, H. H.(Henry Hobson)1838-1886lccn-n80039057Bush-Brown, Albertlccn-n94010597Walker, Donald D.lccn-n86052127Weingarden, Lauren S.1948-ctblccn-n80068473Menocal, Narciso G.lccn-n79122035Van Zanten, David1943-auiSullivan, Louis H.1856-1924BiographyHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsExhibition catalogsArchivesDesigns and plansSourcesPictorial worksSullivan, Louis H.,ArchitectureUnited StatesArchitectsMiddle WestDecoration and ornament, ArchitecturalIllinois--ChicagoRichardson, H. H.--(Henry Hobson),Wright, Frank Lloyd,Adler, Dankmar,Prairie school (Architecture)Banks and bankingArchitecture--PhilosophyCivilizationAvery LibraryArchitecture and societySkyscrapersDepartment storesCarson Pirie ScottPhilosophy of natureFunctionalism (Architecture)Nature (Aesthetics)DemocracyChicago school of architecture (Movement)Philosophical anthropologyFarmers' & Merchants' Union Bank (Columbus, Wis.)Neutra, Richard Joseph,Schindler, R. M.--(Rudolph M.),Decoration and ornament, Architectural--Themes, motivesIllinois--Chicago RegionArchitecture, ModernArchitectural photographyDecoration and ornamentFuermann, Henry,Taylor, J. W.,Cleveland, Ralph D.,Southern Illinois University at EdwardsvilleIllinois--EdwardsvilleDecoration and ornament, Architectural--Private collectionsArt, AmericanInspirationCreation (Literary, artistic, etc.)IllinoisAmerican literatureArchitecture, AmericanArchitecture--Details18561924185718731874187518761880188218831884188518861887188818891890189118921893189418951896189818991900190219041905190619071908190919101911191319141916191719181919192019211922192319241925192619271934193519391940194319441945194719481949195019521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013289957731270720.973NA737.S9ocn721796276ocn312105778ocn310648068ocn312985428ocn310852688ocn698520752ocn613104954ocn314272557ocn175167465ocn443977108ocn455880545ocn439056917ocn438643947ocn781155605ocn456774054ocn040835556ocn040835525ocn040835410ocn040835595ocn040835482ocn185661787ocn185147225ocn185654195ocn611840581ocn044568653ocn459731535ocn45677978286724ocn000517405book19470.59Sullivan, Louis HKindergarten chats (revised 1918) and other writings65910ocn013642723book19860.47Sullivan, Louis HLouis Sullivan : the function of ornamentExhibition catalogs+-+63495884855811ocn036178699book19960.50Manieri-Elia, MarioLouis Henry SullivanCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyCatalogsLouis Henry Sullivan, author of the maxim "form follows function," is one of the best known and most important American architects of the nineteenth century. A mentor to Frank Lloyd Wright, he was a pioneer of the Chicago School and the tall office building. Famous for the elegance and exquisite ornamentation of his works, Sullivan expressed his strong and often iconoclastic views in both his architecture and in a large body of written work. Louis Henry Sullivan traces his life and oeuvre. It addresses his most famous buildings - including the Auditorium Building in Chicago, the Wainwright Building in Saint Louis, the Guaranty Building in Buffalo, and the National Farmers Bank in Owatonna, Minnesota - and reveals many of his lesser-known projects to be underappreciated masterpieces. For the first time, Sullivan's work, which has often been misappropriated, is explored in its historical and theoretical context. Copiously illustrated in color and black-and-white with drawings, plans, and historical as well as recent photographs, this monograph includes a complete chronology of Sullivan's projects and built works, a list of Sullivan's writings, and a full bibliography. Louis Henry Sullivan is the only comprehensive illustrated monograph available on the work of this renowned architect+-+37453431063245555ocn000924239book19630.53Sullivan, Louis HThe testament of stone; themes of idealism and indignation from the writings of Louis Sullivan54222ocn001089737book19240.73Sullivan, Louis HA system of architectural ornament : according with a philosophy of man's powersHistoryDesigns and plans47112ocn000376399book19500.70Sullivan, Louis HDemocracy: a man-search34215ocn006194783book19470.50Sullivan, Louis HKindergarten chats and other writings+-+67638713952756ocn005533550book19790.73McCoy, EstherVienna to Los Angeles : two journeysHistory2747ocn026873812book19920.70Frei, HansLouis Henry SullivanHistoryBiography2333ocn015736271book19340.63Sullivan, Louis HKindergarten chats on architecture, education and democracy1512ocn659413238book20110.53Cannon, Patrick FLouis Sullivan : creating a new American architectureCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+16220491251392ocn049307246book20010.84Taylor, CrombieThe early Louis Sullivan, building photographsPictorial worksContains photographs of buildings designed by Louis Sullivan in his early professional years taken by late nineteenth century photographers J.W. Taylor, R. Cleveland, H. Fuermann and others1303ocn011757274book19810.86Louis H. Sullivan architectural ornament collection, Southern Illinois University at EdwardsvilleHistoryCatalogsExhibition catalogs9935ocn001555776book19220.50Sullivan, Louis HThe autobiography of an ideaBiography+-+K637571395537ocn023940867book18860.93Sullivan, Louis HInspiration an essay455ocn231097711book19900.63Sullivan, Louis HLouis H. Sullivan : a system of architectural ornamentCriticism, interpretation, etc443ocn034491159book19950.88Manieri-Elia, MarioLouis Henry Sullivan, 1856-1924History306ocn021116606book18940.94Sullivan, Louis HEmotional architecture as compared with classical237ocn503894964book19490.47Wright, Frank LloydGenius and the mobocracy191ocn718494667book20110.81Sullivan, Louis HAutobiographie d'une idée175622ocn001871241book19350.53Morrison, HughLouis Sullivan : prophet of modern architectureHistoryBiography+-+4875828485163014ocn000511447book19240.50Sullivan, Louis HThe autobiography of an ideaBiography+-+K63757139513396ocn000274421book19600.35Bush-Brown, AlbertLouis Sullivan12983ocn012132648book19860.29Twombly, Robert CLouis Sullivan : his life and workBiographyDescribes the life and accomplishments of the founding father of American architecture+-+915573177532411197ocn000161509book19490.47Wright, Frank LloydGenius and the mobocracy8774ocn021445033book19910.39O'Gorman, James FThree American architects : Richardson, Sullivan, and Wright, 1865-1915HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+27257117758248ocn000511438book19560.50Szarkowski, JohnThe idea of Louis SullivanHistoryBiographyPictorial worksSourcesCollection of photographs showing examples of the surviving work of the great American architect, Louis Sullivan+-+82117767357675ocn000249494book19600.39Connely, WillardLouis Sullivan as he lived; the shaping of American architecture, a biography7162ocn001048885book19620.53Paul, ShermanLouis Sullivan : an architect in American thought6582ocn000279049book19720.53Eaton, Leonard KAmerican architecture comes of age; European reaction to H. H. Richardson and Louis SullivanHistory5881ocn043311732book20000.47Twombly, Robert CLouis Sullivan : the poetry of architectureCatalogs"The first book to include all of Louis Sullivan's known existing drawings, as well as some of his previously unpublished writings, Louis Sullivan: The Poetry of Architecture gives a new perspective on the great American architect."--BOOK JACKET+-+88739584855803ocn015318058book19870.53Weingarden, Lauren SLouis H. Sullivan : the banksHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc5692ocn010184110book19850.59Andrew, David SLouis Sullivan and the polemics of modern architecture : the present against the past5573ocn003844335book19790.59Sullivan, Louis HThe drawings of Louis Henry Sullivan : a catalogue of the Frank Lloyd Wright Collection at the Avery Architectural LibraryCatalogs5543ocn000783264book19650.66Duncan, Hugh DalzielCulture and democracy; the struggle for form in society and architecture in Chicago and the Middle West during the life and times of Louis H. Sullivan5476ocn017265747book19870.63Siry, JosephCarson Pirie Scott : Louis Sullivan and the Chicago department storeHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+81861217755352ocn006918867book19810.59Menocal, Narciso GArchitecture as nature : the transcendentalist idea of Louis Sullivan5061ocn016832761book19880.56Sullivan, Louis HLouis Sullivan : the public papersArchives4616ocn024706057book19910.27Frazier, NancyLouis Sullivan and the Chicago schoolSullivan was the architect who was responsible for opening the way to the creation of a wholley new, authentic american architectural idiom+-+10350622064511ocn043115061book20000.56Van Zanten, DavidSullivan's city : the meaning of ornament for Louis SullivanHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"Sullivan's City explores the idea that ornament was increasingly central to Sullivan's whole architectural enterprise. When, early in his career, in the 1890s, he emerged as a leading skyscraper architect of Chicago, ornament gave scale and quality to his work. After 1900, as his career declined, it served to identify his buildings and the humane conception they encapsulated in an increasingly hostile cityscape. Finally, the brilliant pencil execution of ornament in his old age became a surrogate for the great architectural projects realized earlier." "David Van Zanten's essay on how Sullivan's ornament shaped the city is illuminated by archival views and new color photographs by architectural photographer Cervin Robinson."--BOOK JACKET+-+2385828485+-+6349588485+-+6349588485Fri Mar 21 15:46:31 EDT 2014batch41608