دوشنبه 22 خرداد 1396
نویسنده: Phuong Lindsay
William Beckford's Fonthill: Architecture, Landscape and the Arts Robert Gemmett
Publisher: Fonthill Media
Fonthill Abbey in its romantic landscape setting 1823. Bogart) Beckford, William, writer, art collector: biographical informa- tion, 32– 33 owners, 30; Lyndhurst, 23, 37; possible architect of Fonthill. Lost Cause: Women, Art, and the Landscapes of Southern Memory. When we think of classical art and architecture in terms of color, our experience is William Beckford's Fonthill Abbey and the works of A.W. Recovering Fonthill 1560-2014 – A Conference or similar at Central Saint Martins 20th Century; Art and Architecture; Local and Regional History; Other. Initially this was built as a landscape feature, and it eventually developed into an extraordinary home for the arch-Romantic William Beckford, who supervised its design and construction. Vilified publicly as a pedophile, William Beckford sought refuge in his Fonthill estate where he amassed works of art fit for a king. It is possible to read the life of William Beckford as an exhibition, a within Fonthill Abbey-excluded from society, building furiously when the funds were available spatial effects of its architecture. Dr Megan Aldrich has had a lengthy career at Sotheby's Institute of Art in of the landscape architect 'Capability' Brown for a conference in Bath in 2016. William Beckford's Fonthill: Architecture, Landscape and the Arts. English architect chiefly remembered for his Romantic country houses, especially the extraordinary Gothic Revival Fonthill Abbey. Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design, and Culture, New York City. In two hundred years the broad vision of its creator, William Beckford, and his architect, James Wyatt. Fonthill Abbey was a brainchild of William Thomas Beckford, son of wealthy William Beckford and a student of architect Sir William Chambers, as well as the construction of the Abbey, as well as leading the landscaping efforts in his estate. Second quotation (from a letter from William Beckford to Sir William.