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American architect, teacher and writer. He studied engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, graduating in 1895, and then went to the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris (1896), where he entered the atelier of Jean-Louis Pascal and received his diploma in 1900. In 1901...

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Paul Crossley

American art historian. He first trained as an architect but, in his early thirties, he turned to the study of art history and in 1911 submitted his doctoral dissertation at Munich University on 15th-century stained glass in southern Germany. Under the influence of his teacher, ...

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Louise Noelle

Mexican architect and writer. He graduated from the Escuela Nacional de Arquitectura, Mexico City, in 1924, then set up his own practice in Mexico City. His early works mainly reflect the academic style in which he was trained, although they include buildings in the nationalist ‘neo-colonial’ style. Among these are the Mexican Pavilion (...

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Richard Guy Wilson

American industrial designer and writer. Between 1903 and 1907 he studied at evening classes at the Art Students League in New York, while working as a sign-painter. He then worked as an advertising illustrator, in particular for Calkins & Holden, a pioneering agency that specialized in the use of art for illustrations and in advising clients on the appearance of their products. Between ...