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Alexander Jackson Davis, o A. J. Davis (24 de julio de 1803 - 14 de enero de 1892) fue un arquitecto estadounidense, conocido particularmente por su asociación con el estilo neogótico . Índice 1 Educación 2 Carrera profesional 2.1 Asociación con Ithiel Town 2.2 Residencias rurales (1840-1860) 2.3 Mecenazgo en declive y jubilación (1860-1892)
Alexander Jackson Davis, or A. J. Davis (July 24, 1803 – January 14, 1892), was an American architect, known particularly for his association with the Gothic Revival style. Education [ edit ] Davis was born in New York City and studied at the American Academy of Fine Arts,  the New-York Drawing Association, and from the Antique casts of the National Academy of Design .
10 de ene. de 2023 · Alexander Jackson Davis, (born July 24, 1803, New York, N.Y., U.S.—died Jan. 14, 1892, West Orange, N.J.), American architect, designer, draftsman, and illustrator who was best known for his innovative, picturesque country houses. He helped establish the familiar type of American rural house in the “carpenter Gothic” style of the mid-19th century.
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America’s greatest architect of the mid-nineteenth century, a designer of picturesque buildings in myriad styles, Alexander J. Davis was born in New York City on July 24, 1803. The son of a relatively poor bookseller and publisher of religious tracts who moved around the Northeast in search of a market for his works, Davis grew up in Newark, New ...
Alexander Jackson Davis (1803–1892) was one of the most influential American residential architects of the nineteenth century. His designs for country houses illustrated publications on landscape gardening and rural life that established an architectural vocabulary for American picturesquelandscape design between 1835 and 1850. Davis’s copious draw...
Born on July 24, 1803, in New York City, Alexander Jackson Davis [Figs. 1 & 2] was raised and educated in Utica and Auburn, New York. After apprenticing with a publisher in Alexandria, Virginia, between 1818 and 1823 (at the time still within the District of Columbia), Davis moved to New York City to study design at the American Academy of the Fine...Mary Freeman Goldbeck, Portrait of Alexander Jackson Davis, ca. 1845.Sketch by Mary Freeman Goldbeck about 1858.Alexander Jackson Davis, Castle Garden, N. York, c. 1825–1828.Alexander Jackson Davis, “Viewof the Battery and Castle Garden,” 1826–28.
Alexander Jackson Davis, American architect, designed a number of buildings in North Carolina between the 1830s and the Civil War, thus bringing the state into the mainstream of Romantic architecture in America.
Alexander Jackson Davis (A. J. Davis) (* 24. Juli 1803 New York City ; † 14. Januar 1892 in West Orange ) war einer der erfolgreichsten und einflussreichsten US-amerikanischen Architekten seiner Generation.