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Papers regarding Getty Villa design and construction, 1966-1987,

Author: Norman NeuerburgNorris BramlettBurton B FredericksenStephen GarrettEd GenterAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Original artwork : Photograph : Slide : English
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The museum, also known as the Getty Villa, was modeled after a reconstruction of the Villa of the Papyri [Villa dei Papiri] at Herculaneum. Neuerburg consulted throughout design and construction on the representation of ancient building features. Papers include correspondence, developmental designs, working drawings, and construction photographs and slides. Also included are photographic copies of Karl Weber's
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Genre/Form: Architectural drawings
Black-and-white photographs
Blueline prints
Brownline prints
Color photographs
Color slides
Design drawings
Working drawings
Designs and plans
Material Type: Original artwork, Photograph, Slide, Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Norman Neuerburg; Norris Bramlett; Burton B Fredericksen; Stephen Garrett; Ed Genter; J Paul Getty; Robert Langdon; Karl Jakob Weber; Gillian Wilson; Dinwiddie Construction Company.; Langdon and Wilson Architects.
OCLC Number: 145999273
Description: ca. 11 lin. ft. (19 boxes, 22 flat file folders, 3 rolls)

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The museum, also known as the Getty Villa, was modeled after a reconstruction of the Villa of the Papyri [Villa dei Papiri] at Herculaneum. Neuerburg consulted throughout design and construction on the representation of ancient building features. Papers include correspondence, developmental designs, working drawings, and construction photographs and slides. Also included are photographic copies of Karl Weber's 1753/1758 plan of the Villa of the Papyri.

Correspondence includes letters between Neuerburg and Getty directors and curators, architects and designers, and between Stephen Garrett, director of the Museum, and J. Paul Getty. Construction reports include job site meeting minutes, memoranda, and Stephen Garrett's reports to J. Paul Getty (1969-1973). Material regarding Neuerburg's lectures and writings about the J. Paul Getty Museum design comprise correspondence, notes, and manuscripts. Neuerburg collected press clippings that document the critical and popular reception of the Museum's opening.

Architectural drawings and designs and photographs, slides, and negatives are either of design sources or document the various planning, design, and construction phases of the Getty Villa. The drawings and designs include sketches, design studies, photomechanical reproductions (bluelines and brownlines), working and design drawings.

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