Mr. Samuel McIntire, carver
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Mr. Samuel McIntire, carver the architect of Salem. by Fiske Kimball

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Published by P. Smith in Gloucester, Mass .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • McIntire, Samuel, 1757-1811.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesArchitect of Salem.
Statement[Salem, Mass.] Essex Institute of Salem, 1940.
ContributionsEssex Institute.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNA737.M25 K5 1966
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 157 p.
Number of Pages157
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5526609M
LC Control Number67000297

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Samuel McIntire: Carving an American Style accompanies a major exhibition of McIntire's work, curated by Lahikainen, which will open at the Peabody Essex Museum in October This book is not an exhibition catalogue; rather, it is an in-depth examination of the works by this master carver that will be required reading for anyone interested. As Fisk Kimball, the Director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and author of Mr. Samuel McIntire, Carver: The Architect of Salem (, among several other architectural histories), points out in his introduction: “the assembling of these views has been no light task nor one likely to be duplicated; some seven years of loving labor has been. Sidney Fiske Kimball ( – ) was an American architect, architectural historian and museum director. A pioneer in the field of architectural preservation in the United States, he played a leading part in the restoration of Monticello and Stratford Hall Plantation in Virginia.. Over his nearlyyear tenure as director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, he moved the museum into its Alma mater: Harvard University, University of Michigan.   Samuel McIntire, Carving an American Style On view Octo to Febru In celebration of the th birthday of Salem's renowned architect, the Peabody Essex Museum is holding the first major exhibition of Samuel McIntire's distinguished career as a carver of neoclassical ornaments for buildings, ships and furniture.