Gulielmus Ricardus Lethaby

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Wikidata-logo.svg Gulielmus Ricardus Lethaby
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Nativitas: 18 Ianuarii 1857; Barnastapula
Obitus: 17 Iulii 1931; Paddington, Bayswater
Patria: Britanniarum Regnum
Nomen nativum: William Richard Lethaby

Officium

Munus: architectus, architectural historian
Patronus: Central School of Art and Design

Gulielmus Ricardus, vulgo William Richard Lethaby (Barnastapulae natus die 18 Ianuarii 1857; Bayswater in suburbio Londiniensi die 17 Iulii 1931 mortuus) fuit scriptor de principiis artis et architecturae. Ipse architectus aedificia pauca sed notabilia designavit. Inter principes fuit motús Arts and Crafts[en].

Domus Avon Tyrrell[en] anno 1910 lucis ope picta

Filius sculptoris et inauratoris lignarii Ricardi Pyle Lethaby, tiro ab anno aetatis quindecimo iuxta architectos laboravit, primum Alexandrum Lauder in oppido nativo, deinde Ricardum Waite Derbia, atque decem annos ab 1879 Normannum Shaw. Ab 1889 ipse architectus operam dedit, aedificiis principalibus:

Ab anno 1896 Scholam centralem artium technarumque Londiniensem direxit. Anno 1901 professor designationis factus est apud Regale Collegium Artium. Ab 1906 mensor meruit Abbatiae Westmonasteriensis, de cuius historia librum eodem anno divulgavit titulo Westminster Abbey and the King's craftsmen: a study of mediaeval building. Operibus Augusti Pugin Ioannisque Ruskin et Gulielmi Morris incitata, scripta eius ad motum Arts and Crafts[en] fovendum et ad architecturam artemque interpretandas concepta sunt.

Scripta[recensere | fontem recensere]

Aedes olim Eagle Insurance Company Birminghamiae
  • 1892 : Architecture, mysticism and myth. Londinii: Percival Textus apud Internet Archive
  • 1893 : Leadwork, old and ornamental, and for the most part English. Londinii: Macmillan Textus apud Internet Archive
  • 1893 : "Carpenters' furniture" in William Morris, ed., Arts and crafts essays by members of the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society (Londinii: Rivington)
  • 1894 (cum Henrico Swainson) : The Church of St. Sophia, Constantinople; a study of Byzantine building. Novi Eboraci: Textus apud Internet Archive
  • 1897 : "Of Beautiful Cities" in Art and life and the building and decoration of cities: a series of lectures by members of the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society (Londinii: Rivington)
  • 1901 : Morris as work-master: a lecture delivered ... at the Birmingham Municipal School of Art. Londinii: John Hogg Textus apud Internet Archive
  • 1902 : London before the Conquest. Londinii: Macmillan Textus apud Internet Archive
  • 1904 (cum W. H. St. John Hope) : "The imagery and sculptures on the west front of Wells Cathedral Church" in Archaeologia vol. 59.
  • 1906 : Westminster Abbey and the King's craftsmen: a study of mediaeval building. Londinii: Duckworth Textus apud Internet Archive
  • 1908 : Greek buildings represented by fragments in the British Museum. Londinii: Batsford Textus apud Internet Archive
  • 1912 : Architecture; an introduction to the history and theory of the art of building. Londinii: SWilliams and Norgate Textus apud Internet Archive
  • 1912 : Medieval art, from the peace of the Church to the eve of the Renaissance, 312-1350. Londinii: Duckworth Textus apud Internet Archive
  • 1917 : Art and labour: a reprint of two articles. Londinii: Design & Industries Association Textus apud Internet Archive
  • 1921 "The town itself: a garden city is a town" in C. B. Purdom, ed., Town theory and practice (Londinii: Benn, 1921)
  • 1922 : Form in civilization; collected papers on art & labour. Londinii: Oxford University Press Textus apud Internet Archive
  • 1923 : Londinium : architecture and the crafts. Londinii: Duckworth Textus apud Internet Archive
  • 1923 : Home and country arts. Londinii: Home and Country Textus apud Internet Archive
  • 1932 : Art, handicraft and education. Leicestriae: Dryad Handicrafts Textus apud Internet Archive

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "Avon Tyrrell, Christchurch in Hampshire, The Seat of Lord Manners" in Country Life (11 Iunii 2010) De hac commentatione; "Avon Tyrrell House" apud British Listed Buildings
  2. Jacqueline Banerjee, "Melsetter House" et "Chapel of St Colm and St Margaret, Melsetter" apud Victorian Web
  3. #Hart (2003); Jacqueline Banerjee, "The (former) Eagle Insurance Buildings, Birmingham" apud Victorian Web
  4. Gertrude Jekyll, Lawrence Weaver, Gardens for Small Country Houses (3a ed. Londinii: Country Life, 1914) pp. 13-16; Jacqueline Banerjee, "High Coxlease, Lyndhurst, Hampshire" apud Victorian Web; "Coxlease School, The Priory" apud Hampshire Gardens Trust
  5. Jacqueline Banerjee, "All Saints' Church, Brockhampton"

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Sylvia Backemeyer, Theresa Gronberg, edd., W.R. Lethaby, 1857-1931: Architecture, Design and Education. Londinii: Lund Humphries, 1984
  • Trevor Garnham, "William Lethaby and the Two Ways of Building" in Architectural Association Files no. 10 (1985) pp. 27-43
  • Mary Greensted, ed., An Anthology of the Arts and Crafts Movement: writings by Ashbee, Lethaby, Gimson and their contemporaries. Londinii: Lund Humphries, 2005
  • Vaughan Hart, "William Richard Lethaby and the 'Holy Spirit': A Reappraisal of the Eagle Insurance Company Building, Birmingham" in Architectural History vol. 46 (2003) pp. 145-158
  • John Kay, "W. R. Lethaby at the Central School" in William Morris Journal vol. 6 no. 3 (985) pp. 26-30
  • Fiona MacCarthy, "Lethaby, William Richard (1857–1931)" in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography edd. H. C. G. Matthew, Brian Harrison (Oxonii: Oxford University Press, 2004) Situs venalis
  • Godfrey Rubens, William Richard Lethaby: His Life and Work. 1857-1931. Londinii: Architectural Press, 1986
  • Ray Watkinson, "Godfrey Rubens's Lethaby" (recensio operis Rubens 1986) in William Morris Journal vol. 7 no. 1 (1986) pp. 25-35

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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