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One Thousand New York Buildings

1 rating: 5.0
A book by Bill Harris

Clearly modeled on Eugene Atget's meticulous documentation of Parisian architecture high and low, former New York Times photographer Jorg Brockmann's One Thousand New York Buildings captures, if not always from ideal angles, everything from the Little … see full wiki

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Author: Bill Harris
Genre: Arts & Photography
Publisher: Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers
1 review about One Thousand New York Buildings

1000 New York Buildings by Harris et al.

  • Jul 30, 2004
Rating:
+5
This book is a good historical compendium of New York architecture at its best. It depicts clear photos of the Narrowest House, The Church of the Holy Apostles, the Art Studying League and the famous Swedish Cottage. The work would be invaluable to a wide constituency of historians, architects,
political theorists, travel agencies and tour guides. It is a
worthy purchase for the price charged.

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