The Birth of a Style: Henry Hobson Richardson and the Competition Drawings for Trinity Church, Boston

Adams, Ann Jensen
September 1980
Art Bulletin;Sep80, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p409
Academic Journal
Presents the drawings of Henry Hobson Richardson for the design of the Trinity Church in Boston, Massachusetts. Evidences of the success of the architecture of Richardson; Features of his plan for the church; Details of the competition for the design of the Trinity Church.


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