Stanford White

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United States architect (1853-1906)


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Her mix of beauty and naivete draws the attention of two powerful men: brilliant architect Stanford White (famed for Madison Square Garden), a family man who courted and bedded many young women; and the indolent and rich man-about-town Harry K.
In 1901, a sixteen-year-old woman named Evelyn Nesbit first met the great New York architect and aesthete Stanford White.
Charles Follen McKim (1847-1909), William Rutherford Mead (1846-1928), and Stanford White (1853-1906) were sons of the New York and New England upper-middle-class intelligentsia.
The great Beaux Arts architects, such as Stanford White and Richard Morris Hunt, were also superb decorators, certainly in league with the best who ever lived.
Penn Station, designed by Stanford White, a central character in Ragtime, had been demolished, but Grand Central Station had been saved, and I remember standing at one end of the concourse marveling at the giant Kodak billboard advertisement at the other.
The current betting is that the Clinton-Mezvinsky nuptials will take place in Rhinebeck, at the Astor Courts, designed by Stanford White to evoke the Grand Trianon at Versailles.
It's fun to get an inside view of Julian Schnabel's Stanford White house in Montauk, New York, Jasper Johns's collection of Cezannes and prehistoric Jomon pottery, Elle Macpherson and LL Cool J hanging out at Cindy Sherman's postopening gala at Mr.
Harbor Hill, designed by Stanford White and built in 1902 at the apogee of the American country house era, stood on 648 acres in Roslyn, Long Island, and was occupied by the Mackays, one of the richest families in the United States at that time.
MELODRAMA based on the real-life murder of successful American architect Stanford White, who was shot dead in a packed Manhattan theatre in 1906.
Mailer stepped in front of the camera for several small roles as well, most notably as Stanford White in 1981's "Ragtime.
Of course, the event for which they are most famous has nothing to do with architecture at all: the murder of Stanford White.
The university then brought in architect Stanford White, who drastically changed the interior of the building, but kept the exterior of the building in the spirit of Jefferson's design.
The 1907 drama, The Unwritten Law, was based on a sensational trial, that of Harry Thaw for the murder of Stanford White.
In Paris, Saint-Gaudens became acquainted with many other artists, among them the American architect Stanford White.
Suzannah Lessard, one of the first editors of The Washington Monthly, from 1971 to 1974, and the author of "The Architect of Desire: Beauty and Danger in the Stanford White Family," was awarded The J.
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