Greene & Greene
Architects in the Residential StyleBook - 1974
As builders "employing the process art," the Greenes reached for perfection, and their work symbolizes the culmination of the 19th century idealism that had spawned the residential style. The distinguished photographer, William R. Current, has sensitively studied the remnants of what once were the finest homes in America. He has selected the elements that characterize the Greenes' work and has remained true to their original intent, while interpreting through his medium the essence of the Greenes' architectural statements. In his superb photographs, he has been able to isolate and interpret the Greenes' art; his images become works of art in their own right.
Publisher: Fort Worth [Tex.] Amon Carter Museum of Western Art 
Branch Call Number: REF CA 728 GREENE
Characteristics: 128 pages illustrations 24 x 28 cm