|Statement||[by] Julius Gy. Fabos, Gordon T. Milde, & V. Michael Weinmayr.|
|Contributions||Milde, Gordon T., joint author., Weinmayr, V. Michael, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||SB470.O5 F32|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||68019670|
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Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr.; founder of landscape architecture in America. [Amherst] University of Massachusetts Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Frederick Law Olmsted; Frederick Law Olmsted; Frederick Law Olmsted; Frederick Law Olmsted: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Throughout his career, Frederick Law Olmsted created hundreds of works of landscape architecture. But, his legacy goes far beyond these built masterworks. His work and writings also bequeath a set of design principles that have served as a blueprint for the creation of beautiful and enduring works of landscape architecture ever since. Frederick Law Olmsted What architect so noble as he who, with far-reaching conception of beauty, in designing power, sketches the outlines, writes the colors, becomes the builder and directs the shadows of a picture so great that Nature shall be employed upon it for generations, before the work he arranged for her shall realize his intentions. Unsurpassed in the field of landscape architecture, Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr., defined and named the profession and designed many of America's most beloved 19th-century parks and landscapes, including New York's Central Park, Brooklyn's Prospect Park, the Biltmore Estate, and the U.S. Capitol grounds.
Frederick Law Olmsted Jr. (J – Decem ) was an American landscape architect and city planner known for his wildlife conservation efforts. He had a lifetime commitment to national parks, and worked on projects in Acadia, the Everglades and Yosemite National gained national recognition by filling in for his father on the Park Improvement Commission for the Awards: Pugsley Medal (). Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr.: Founder of Landscape Architecture in America. University of Massachusetts Press. pp. Liberally illustrated, with a fold-out of Stanford University. Albert Fein. Frederick Law Olmsted and the American Environmental Tradition. New . Designing an American Landscape. Frederick Law Olmsted () is recognized as the founder of American landscape architecture and the nation's foremost parkmaker. Olmsted moved his home to suburban Boston in and established the world's first full-scale professional office for the practice of landscape design. “Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr.: Founder of Landscape Architecture in America”. Julius Gy. Fabos, Gordon T. Milde, and V. Michael Weinmayr. The University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst, “The Man Who Made Central Park” M.M. Graff. Greensward Foundation, Inc. NY, Works by .