Gaudi: His Life, His Theories, His Work, VG HC, no DJ, English translated, 1975

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Gaudi: His Life, His Theories, His Work
Author:
Martinell, Cesar; Collins, George R.; Rohrer, Judith, Translator
Publisher:
MIT Press
Release Date:
1975
Seller Category:
ARCHITECTURE
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Used: Very Good
Sku: 00997
Notes: Very Good 9" x 11" hardcover in wine colored cloth over boards, white lettering to spine, no dustjacket, superficial scuff to back cover,1/2" closed tear to bottom of gutter at front pastedown, sharp tips, tight binding, clean, and otherwise unmarked throughout. 486 pp. replete with black-and-white and full-color photography of Antonio Gaudi and his architectural and design masterworks. Includes a Preface to the English-language edition by Gaudi expert, historian and educator George R. Collins, an Author's Preface by personal friend and mentee, Cesar Martinell, Sources, ten separate Appendices including Gaudi's school transcript, four Indices including a chronology of works, and 51 chapters in three parts: His Life, His Theories, and His Work. From the Collins Preface: "This is the most compete, detailed study that has yet been made of the architect Antonio Gaudi. Its special value resides in the familiarity with which the author, as a young man, knew Gaudi during the last decades of his life, and in the perspective which Cesar Martinell-who was both a practicing architect and an experienced historian-gave to the remarks which he and others heard from Gaudi's lips. The book also contains a wealth of new data and illustrations which the author had unearthed in recent years and made available here for the first time." As much a biography as a monograph, this book acts as supplementary material to all the previous major works on Gaudi's career, and as a contextual guide to his work and ideas. Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.