Decorative Arts: Architects
People who design things: Buildings, Landscapes, etc.
Architecture (Latin architectura, after the Greek – arkhitekton – meaning "chief" and "builder, carpenter, mason") is both the process and the product of planning, designing, and constructing buildings and other physical structures. Architectural works, in the material form of buildings, are often perceived as cultural symbols and as works of art. Historical civilizations are often identified with their surviving architectural achievements.
All these folks are related to me, the degree of relation of each indicated in red.
- 1. HERBERT, Henry [1693-1751]
- 8C9 English peer and architect, 9th Earl of Pembroke
- 2. HEWLETT, James Monroe [1868-1941]
- 8C4 American mural painter and architect
- 3. HOOKER, Philip [1766-1836]
- 8C8 American architect
- 4. HUNT, Richard Morris [1827-1895]
- 13C6 American architect
- 5. OLMSTED, Frederick Law [1822-1903]
- 5C6 American landscape architect
- 6. ROOT, John Wellborn [1850-1891]
- 6C6 American architect
- 7. van RENSSELAER, Mrs. Schuyler [1851-1934]
- 18C5 American writer & art critic
- 8. WRIGHT, Frank Lloyd [1867-1959]
- 11C1 American architect
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