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Essays discuss museums, mansions, and monuments designed by Hunt, influences on his work, and his place in modern architecture
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This book of essays on the work of ar chitect Richard Morris Hunt accompa nies an exhibit jointly sponsored by the American Institute of Architects and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Nine essays by important scholars cover dif ferent aspects of the architect's work, including the Lenox Library and the gateway designs for Central Park. Da vid Chase's article on Hunt's domestic commissions, including the palatial Biltmore House, is especially interest ing. Drawings for the book and exhibit were selected from the vast Hunt col lection at the AIA. A complementary volume to Paul R. Baker's Richard Morris Hunt ( LJ 7/80), this well-illus trated book is highly recommended for most architecture collections. Ed ward H. Teague, Univ. of Florida Libs., Gainesville
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