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Robert Weir Schultz, architect, and his work for the Marquesses of Bute.
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The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies ; About Michael Baxandall; serving the world – the new lloyd’s building; Robert Weir Schultz, Architect, and His Work for the Marquesses of Bute. The Mind of the Oxford Movement; Best of Architects’ Working Details; Talks on an Indian Village. Category A listed. Architect Robert Rowand Anderson. A late C19th rebuild, in a gothic revival/arts and crafts style, of an earlier house on this site. Historic Scotland's Statutory List describes the house thus: "MOUNT STUART HOUSE (Ref) This building is in the Argyll And Bute Council and the Kingarth Parish. It is a category A building and was listed on 20/07/ Group Items: N/A.
On the closure of his practice in , Robert Weir Schultz “sent all his office working drawings for salvage during the Second World War but kept some of his sketches, measured drawings, perspectives, etc.” 7 Architect and author David Ottewill indicates that those preserved by his last assistant, Alwyn Brunow Waters (), were the. Their son, the 2nd Marquess of Bute, chose to live at Mount Stuart, on Bute, so the house at Cumnock saw less and less use. The house from the grounds The house was extended in for the 3rd Marquess of Bute by architect Robert Weir Schultz, whose more modern extensions blend in so well with the 18th-century core of the house that you can't.
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Get this from a library. Robert Weir Schultz, architect, and his work for the Marquesses of Bute: an essay. [Gavin Stamp; Robert Weir Schultz]. 36 A comprehensive and fully documented study of Schultz’s architectural work for the 3rd and 4th Marquesses of Bute is Gavin Stamp, ‘Robert Weir Schultz, Architect, and his work for the Marquesses of Bute’, (unpublished).
See also Crook, J. Mordaunt, ‘ Patron Extraordinary: John, 3rd Marquess of Bute ’, Victorian South Wales — Architecture, Industry and Society, Victorian Cited by: 2.
Get this from a library. Robert Weir Schultz, architect, and his work for the Marquesses of Bute: an essay. [Gavin Stamp]. An essay on the Arts and Crafts architect, Robert Weir Schultz and the work he did for his Patrons, the Marquesses of Bute.
This out of print book is in excellent condition. Categories: Architecture, Books, Rare & Out and his work for the Marquesses of Bute. book Print. After a period in the office of Ernest George and Peto, he set up his own practice in London () and worked on several buildings for the 3rd (–) and 4th (–) Marquesses of Bute, including the reconstruction of Wester Kames Tower, Isle of Bute (–).
Weir studied Byzantine architecture with Lethaby and Sidney. ROBERT WEIR SCHULTZ. Architect. And his Work for the Marquesses of Bute. An Essay. by SCHULTZ] STAMP, Gavin. and a great selection of related books, art Format: Paperback.
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Robert Weir Schultz () a Scottish architect, particularly known for his Arts and Crafts work. He did a great deal of work for the Marquis of Bute, including work at Dumfries House and Mount Stuart (see separate listings).
(List description updated ). References Bibliography. 84 rows Robert Weir Schultz (): An Arts and Crafts Architect: Architectural History v22. Bute Archives: Account book (Robert Weir Schultz work) National Archives of Scotland (formerly SRO) Gifts and deposits: GD /53, /57 - 58, GD / and GD / St Andrews University Library: James Gillespie and Scott Archive: Bundle no The lease was sold to the 3rd Marquess of Bute in and the Bute family lived here until Robert Weir Schultz made further alterations to the house and designed a new garden 'fit for meditation' for the 3rd Marquess in A watercolour by J Joass showing an aerial perspective of the garden was exhibited at the Royal Academy in Mount Stuart House on the east coast of the Isle of Bute, Scotland, is a Gothic Revival country house and the ancestral home of the Marquesses of was designed by Sir Robert Rowand Anderson for The 3rd Marquess of Bute in the late s, replacing an earlier house by Alexander McGill, which burnt down in The house is a Category A listed building.
Extensive conservation-work on the church and enclosures was carried out in for the 3rd Marquis of Bute by the London architect R W Schultz (f), who also excavated two groups of structures.
One of these, situated to the SW and locally identified as the manse. Robert Weir Schultz to speak so scathingly about the architecture of his time, most of which he dismissed as mere 'architectonics'. His own buildings may lack the indi-viduality of contemporaries such as Voysey, Mackintosh and Prior, or the serenity and urbanity of Newton and Macartney.
Nevertheless it was the very suppression of a. Gavin Stamp is a Lecturer in Architectural History at the Glasgow School of Art, Chairman of the Alexander Thomson Society, architectural critic, and author of Temples of Power and Robert Weir Schultz and his Work for the Marquesses of Bute.
Weir, Robert Weir Schultz (Robert Weir Schultz until ) (–). Scots-born Arts-and-Crafts architect. Articled to Rowand Anderson, he later joined the office of Norman Shaw, where he met Lethaby, with whom he formed a lasting a period in the office of Ernest George and Peto, he set up his own practice in London () and worked on several buildings for the 3rd ( Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store.
He employed Robert Weir Schultz, a Scottish Arts and Crafts architect, to undertake the sophisticated transformation which included a new Tapestry Gallery and an enormous chapel that was left incomplete. The 4th Marquess, also working with Weir Schultz, continued to alter the house, creating for example, a stylish billiard room.
found: Stamp, G. Robert Weir Schultz, architect, and his work for the Marquesses of Bute, p. 48 (John Crichton-Stuart, Fourth Marquess of Bute, b.
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