Oldest and largest photography museum in the United States, located in Rochester, NY. Since it opened its doors to the public in November 1949, George Eastman House has played a pivotal role in shaping and expanding the field of American photography. George Eastman, founder of Eastman Kodak Company, never knew his home would become a museum; he bequeathed the mansion where he lived from ...
Jessica S. McDonald
American, 19th century, male.
Active in Philadelphia.
Born 18 February 1846, in Philadelphia; died 1929.
Painter, art restorer. Still-lifes.
George Thomson Hobbs was a pupil of Bouguereau and Tony Robert-Fleury in Paris.
New York, 19 March 1969: Still-life, USD 2,500
New York, 18 Nov 1976...
Ronald J. Onorato
American architect, preservationist, and author. Isham was one of the earliest American architects to specialize in the restoration of colonial American structures. He worked on a large number of 17th- and 18th-century structures in New England, wrote several major works on American architecture, conducted archaeological site work, and also designed new, mostly residential buildings....
American, 18th – 19th century, male.
Active during the first half of the 19th century.
Born 1775, in Staffordshire, England.
Painter, art restorer. Landscapes.
Samuel Scarlett was a pupil of Nathan T. Fielding in London around 1795. He worked in Bath (Avon), England until 1817, then emigrated to the USA and went to work in Philadelphia. He exhibited at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and was a curator there ...
Peter L. Laurence
Although the theory and practice of renovating cities is ancient, and although the term is still used to refer to similar practices today, “urban renewal” typically refers to the large-scale, federally funded redevelopment projects that took place in US cities in the 1950s and 1960s. Such projects wrought dramatic physical transformations and caused controversial social upheaval. Urban renewal in this sense came into being with the US Housing Act of ...