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Lecture 1 - Lecture 1 1 paper 2 3 pages 2nd 3-4 pgs Final...

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Lecture 1 1 paper 2 - 3 pages, 2nd 3-4 pgs 1. Final 10 pages 2. Images posted on blackboard. 3. 1 sculpture, 1 architecture piece, 1 from museum  4. April 24 march 11  QUIZ 1. Alfred Zucker, silver building, main building 1894, industrial structure. 2. Classic d columns. Triangular roofline,   3. Original building NYU.  Datkin& Downing1835, Old gothic style, left in Bobkin lane. Steeple by  bobst only left fragment, removed uptown and down again. o First neo-gothic collegiate in america. Four main floors, corner 5th floor steeple. o Pre -1960 no legal restrictions to preservation. o Penn station impetus for change when torn down. o First professor o 13 -14 century english building, gothic style. 4. Art History professor, first, also painter: Samuel B. Morse o Horrid painting with "lake Washington square park" o Used to be swamp ground around village o Red brick house, was highlight of NY society o 3rd building, Queen Anne style renovation. Edward Hopper lived on forth floor, 1800s, around 
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  • Spring '08
  • Silver
  • Edward Hopper, Whitney Museum of American Art, Greenwich Village, Washington Square Park, Stanford White, Wedding Washington Square

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