Hogan, "Diocletian's Palace", The Megalithic Portal, A. Burnham ed, 6 Oct 2007, "Archival material relating to Robert Adam", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Robert_Adam&oldid=984754080, People educated at the Royal High School, Edinburgh, Independent members of the House of Commons of Great Britain, Members of the Parliament of Great Britain for Scottish constituencies, Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Fellows of the Society of Antiquaries of London, Fellows of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from the 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica with Wikisource reference, Wikipedia articles with RKDartists identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SNAC-ID identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with TePapa identifiers, Wikipedia articles with Trove identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WorldCat identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Riding School, Edinburgh (1763) demolished, The Bridewell, Edinburgh, (1791) demolished, The Assembly Rooms, Glasgow (1791–94) demolished, St. George's Chapel, Edinburgh, (1792) demolished.

Daraus ergab sich die Verschmelzung antiker mit englischen Bautraditionen. With his older brother John, Robert took on the family business, which included lucrative work for the Board of Ordnance, after William's death. ), Scottish architect and designer who, with his brother James (1730–94), transformed Palladian Neoclassicism in England into the airy, light, elegant style that bears their name.

They reached Genoa early in January 1755 and proceeded to Florence via Livorno. By contrasting room sizes and decorative schemes, Adam applied the concept of movement to his interiors also. page 11, The Adam Brothers in Rome: Drawings from the Grand Tour, A.A. Tait, 2008 Scala Publishers Ltd, This list is based on: David King, The Complete Works of Robert & James Adam, 1991 Butterworth, Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce, C.M. [1][6] As a child he was noted as having a "feeble constitution". Important range of office buildings in castle style. In 1774, a public lottery was held to raise funds for the brothers, which allowed them to avert bankruptcy.[28].

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In England his collaboration with Thomas Chippendale resulted in some of the finest neoclassicist designs of the time, most notably in the Harewood House collection of Chippendale's work. Clérisseau had been a student at the French Academy in Rome, but he left in 1754 after a dispute with its director.

Stables, Castle Upton, Templepatrick, Co. Antrim, Ireland. William, who as master mason to the Board of Ordnance in North Britain supervised the design of military buildings, also designed numerous country houses in a conservative Palladian style—the modified classic Roman style that was originally developed by the 16th-century architect Andrea Palladio. Er studierte und benutzte die Publikationen von Robert Wood über Baalbek und Palmyra.

The houses were built on a huge artificial terrace resting on vaulted substructures on the level of the Thames, which Robert Adam was certain could be leased to the British government as warehouses.

In Europe, Adam notably influenced Charles Cameron, the Scotsman who designed Tsarskoye Selo and other Russian palaces for Catherine the Great. could not help considering my knowledge of Architecture as imperfect, unless I should be able to add the observation of a private edifice of the Ancients to my study of their public works. Please select which sections you would like to print: Corrections?

Proposed gates.

With his older brother John, Robert took on the family business, which included lucrative work for the Board of Ordnance, after William's death. [35], Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London, rebuilt, Edinburgh Bridewell in foreground, demolished, McLennan Arch, Glasgow, built from the remains of Glasgow Assembly Rooms, Coutts Bank, John Adam Street, demolished and replaced with this building, Register House Edinburgh, interior of the dome, Centre of North side, Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, Design for the Etruscan Room, Home House, London, Detail of the Etruscan Room, Home House, London, Surviving Adam Houses, Portland Place, London, Robert Adam ceiling from the Adelphi, now in the V&A, Model of the Glass Drawing Room Northumberland House, in the V&A, Panels from the Glass Drawing Room Northumberland House, in the V&A, Design for fireplaces in the withdrawing room and the Countess of Derby's dressing room, Derby House, Ceiling, Countess of Derby's Dressing Room, Derby House, Details for Derby House in Grosvenor Square, an example of the Adam Brothers' decorative designs, 20 St. James's Square, London, front facade, 20 St. James's Square, London, rear facade, Dining Room ceiling, 20 St. James's Square, London, Music Room ceiling, 20 St. James's Square, London, Drawing Room ceiling, 20 St. James's Square, London, Fireplace, Round room, Strawberry Hill House, Middlesex, Lansdowne House Drawing Room, now in Philadelphia Art Museum, Lansdown House dining room, now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, South front, Stowe House, slightly modified in execution, Cross section of Hall, Syon House, London, Cross section of the library, Kenwood House, London, The library ceiling, Kenwood House, London, Nostell Priory, Yorkshire, Adam wing on right, Bowood House, Adam's Diocletian wing on left, the main block demolished in 1950s, The Entrance Hall Ceiling, Harewood House, Harewood House, Yorkshire, altered by Sir Charles Barry, The Ceiling, State Bedroom, Harewood House, Luton Hoo House, Bedfordshire, altered by Sir Robert Smirke and again in the late 19th century, Entrance Arch, Croome Park, Worcestershire, Garden Alcove, Croome Court, Worcestershire, Dunstall "Castle", Croome Court, Worcestershire, The semi-circular conservatory, Osterley Park, Featherstone entrance, Nostell Priory, Yorkshire, Clock Tower, Stables, Castle Upton, Co. Meath, Adam silver (1953). At the end of the year, Robert fell seriously ill for some months, and it seems unlikely that he returned to university, having completed only two years of study.[12]. Robert Adam, (born July 3, 1728, Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scot.—died March 3, 1792, London, Eng.

He wrote: I hope to have my ideas greatly enlarged and my taste formed upon the solid foundation of genuine antiquity. [17] They sailed from Dover arriving in Calais[18] on 28 October 1754. [5], Adam was born on 3 July 1728 at Gladney House in Kirkcaldy, Fife, the second son of Mary Robertson (1699–1761), the daughter of William Robertson of Gladney, and architect William Adam. His talents extend beyond the lie of his own profession: he displayed in his numerous drawings in landscape a luxuriance of composition, and an effect of light and shadow, which have scarcely been equalled...to the last period of his life, Mr Adam displayed an increasing vigour of genius and refinement of taste: for in the space of one year preceding his death, he designed eight great public works, besides twenty five private buildings, so various in their style, and so beautiful in their composition, that they have been allowed by the best judges, sufficient of themselves, to establish his fame unrivalled as an artist.

While in Florence, Adam met a man who was to have an important professional influence upon him. Lord Templetown. [28] However, the project became a white elephant for Robert and his brothers, with uncertain financing and costs spiralling out of control. For the Board of Ordnance, the brothers were the main contractor at Fort George, a large modern fort near Inverness designed by military engineer Colonel Skinner.

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[33] The pall-bearers were several of his clients: Henry Scott, 3rd Duke of Buccleuch; George Coventry, 6th Earl of Coventry; James Maitland, 8th Earl of Lauderdale; David Murray, 2nd Earl of Mansfield; Lord Frederick Campbell and Sir William Pulteney, 5th Baronet.

"[28] The discoveries in Herculaneum and Pompeii ongoing at the time provided ample material for Robert Adam to draw on for inspiration.[28]. [9] In autumn 1743 he matriculated at the University of Edinburgh,[10] and compulsory classes for all students were: the Greek language, logic, metaphysics and natural philosophy. In the succeeding few years both benefited from the lucrative contracts that resulted from the appointment.

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On his return journey, Adam and Clerisseau spent time intensively studying the ruins of Diocletian's Palace at Spalatro in Dalmatia (now known as Split, in modern Croatia). [3] Much of his work consisted of remodelling existing houses, as well as contributions to Edinburgh's townscape and designing romantic pseudo-mediaeval country houses in Scotland. He mainly advocated the path of jñāna yoga with an emphasis on the practice of self-enquiry. On his recovery from illness in 1746, he joined his elder brother John as apprentice to his father. (1782–83) for 1st.

[2] He influenced the development of Western architecture, both in Europe and in North America.

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Hogan, "Diocletian's Palace", The Megalithic Portal, A. Burnham ed, 6 Oct 2007, "Archival material relating to Robert Adam", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Robert_Adam&oldid=984754080, People educated at the Royal High School, Edinburgh, Independent members of the House of Commons of Great Britain, Members of the Parliament of Great Britain for Scottish constituencies, Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Fellows of the Society of Antiquaries of London, Fellows of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from the 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica with Wikisource reference, Wikipedia articles with RKDartists identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SNAC-ID identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with TePapa identifiers, Wikipedia articles with Trove identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WorldCat identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Riding School, Edinburgh (1763) demolished, The Bridewell, Edinburgh, (1791) demolished, The Assembly Rooms, Glasgow (1791–94) demolished, St. George's Chapel, Edinburgh, (1792) demolished.

Daraus ergab sich die Verschmelzung antiker mit englischen Bautraditionen. With his older brother John, Robert took on the family business, which included lucrative work for the Board of Ordnance, after William's death. ), Scottish architect and designer who, with his brother James (1730–94), transformed Palladian Neoclassicism in England into the airy, light, elegant style that bears their name.

They reached Genoa early in January 1755 and proceeded to Florence via Livorno. By contrasting room sizes and decorative schemes, Adam applied the concept of movement to his interiors also. page 11, The Adam Brothers in Rome: Drawings from the Grand Tour, A.A. Tait, 2008 Scala Publishers Ltd, This list is based on: David King, The Complete Works of Robert & James Adam, 1991 Butterworth, Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce, C.M. [1][6] As a child he was noted as having a "feeble constitution". Important range of office buildings in castle style. In 1774, a public lottery was held to raise funds for the brothers, which allowed them to avert bankruptcy.[28].

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In England his collaboration with Thomas Chippendale resulted in some of the finest neoclassicist designs of the time, most notably in the Harewood House collection of Chippendale's work. Clérisseau had been a student at the French Academy in Rome, but he left in 1754 after a dispute with its director.

Stables, Castle Upton, Templepatrick, Co. Antrim, Ireland. William, who as master mason to the Board of Ordnance in North Britain supervised the design of military buildings, also designed numerous country houses in a conservative Palladian style—the modified classic Roman style that was originally developed by the 16th-century architect Andrea Palladio. Er studierte und benutzte die Publikationen von Robert Wood über Baalbek und Palmyra.

The houses were built on a huge artificial terrace resting on vaulted substructures on the level of the Thames, which Robert Adam was certain could be leased to the British government as warehouses.

In Europe, Adam notably influenced Charles Cameron, the Scotsman who designed Tsarskoye Selo and other Russian palaces for Catherine the Great. could not help considering my knowledge of Architecture as imperfect, unless I should be able to add the observation of a private edifice of the Ancients to my study of their public works. Please select which sections you would like to print: Corrections?

Proposed gates.

With his older brother John, Robert took on the family business, which included lucrative work for the Board of Ordnance, after William's death. [35], Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London, rebuilt, Edinburgh Bridewell in foreground, demolished, McLennan Arch, Glasgow, built from the remains of Glasgow Assembly Rooms, Coutts Bank, John Adam Street, demolished and replaced with this building, Register House Edinburgh, interior of the dome, Centre of North side, Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, Design for the Etruscan Room, Home House, London, Detail of the Etruscan Room, Home House, London, Surviving Adam Houses, Portland Place, London, Robert Adam ceiling from the Adelphi, now in the V&A, Model of the Glass Drawing Room Northumberland House, in the V&A, Panels from the Glass Drawing Room Northumberland House, in the V&A, Design for fireplaces in the withdrawing room and the Countess of Derby's dressing room, Derby House, Ceiling, Countess of Derby's Dressing Room, Derby House, Details for Derby House in Grosvenor Square, an example of the Adam Brothers' decorative designs, 20 St. James's Square, London, front facade, 20 St. James's Square, London, rear facade, Dining Room ceiling, 20 St. James's Square, London, Music Room ceiling, 20 St. James's Square, London, Drawing Room ceiling, 20 St. James's Square, London, Fireplace, Round room, Strawberry Hill House, Middlesex, Lansdowne House Drawing Room, now in Philadelphia Art Museum, Lansdown House dining room, now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, South front, Stowe House, slightly modified in execution, Cross section of Hall, Syon House, London, Cross section of the library, Kenwood House, London, The library ceiling, Kenwood House, London, Nostell Priory, Yorkshire, Adam wing on right, Bowood House, Adam's Diocletian wing on left, the main block demolished in 1950s, The Entrance Hall Ceiling, Harewood House, Harewood House, Yorkshire, altered by Sir Charles Barry, The Ceiling, State Bedroom, Harewood House, Luton Hoo House, Bedfordshire, altered by Sir Robert Smirke and again in the late 19th century, Entrance Arch, Croome Park, Worcestershire, Garden Alcove, Croome Court, Worcestershire, Dunstall "Castle", Croome Court, Worcestershire, The semi-circular conservatory, Osterley Park, Featherstone entrance, Nostell Priory, Yorkshire, Clock Tower, Stables, Castle Upton, Co. Meath, Adam silver (1953). At the end of the year, Robert fell seriously ill for some months, and it seems unlikely that he returned to university, having completed only two years of study.[12]. Robert Adam, (born July 3, 1728, Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scot.—died March 3, 1792, London, Eng.

He wrote: I hope to have my ideas greatly enlarged and my taste formed upon the solid foundation of genuine antiquity. [17] They sailed from Dover arriving in Calais[18] on 28 October 1754. [5], Adam was born on 3 July 1728 at Gladney House in Kirkcaldy, Fife, the second son of Mary Robertson (1699–1761), the daughter of William Robertson of Gladney, and architect William Adam. His talents extend beyond the lie of his own profession: he displayed in his numerous drawings in landscape a luxuriance of composition, and an effect of light and shadow, which have scarcely been equalled...to the last period of his life, Mr Adam displayed an increasing vigour of genius and refinement of taste: for in the space of one year preceding his death, he designed eight great public works, besides twenty five private buildings, so various in their style, and so beautiful in their composition, that they have been allowed by the best judges, sufficient of themselves, to establish his fame unrivalled as an artist.

While in Florence, Adam met a man who was to have an important professional influence upon him. Lord Templetown. [28] However, the project became a white elephant for Robert and his brothers, with uncertain financing and costs spiralling out of control. For the Board of Ordnance, the brothers were the main contractor at Fort George, a large modern fort near Inverness designed by military engineer Colonel Skinner.

Hon.

[33] The pall-bearers were several of his clients: Henry Scott, 3rd Duke of Buccleuch; George Coventry, 6th Earl of Coventry; James Maitland, 8th Earl of Lauderdale; David Murray, 2nd Earl of Mansfield; Lord Frederick Campbell and Sir William Pulteney, 5th Baronet.

"[28] The discoveries in Herculaneum and Pompeii ongoing at the time provided ample material for Robert Adam to draw on for inspiration.[28]. [9] In autumn 1743 he matriculated at the University of Edinburgh,[10] and compulsory classes for all students were: the Greek language, logic, metaphysics and natural philosophy. In the succeeding few years both benefited from the lucrative contracts that resulted from the appointment.

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On his return journey, Adam and Clerisseau spent time intensively studying the ruins of Diocletian's Palace at Spalatro in Dalmatia (now known as Split, in modern Croatia). [3] Much of his work consisted of remodelling existing houses, as well as contributions to Edinburgh's townscape and designing romantic pseudo-mediaeval country houses in Scotland. He mainly advocated the path of jñāna yoga with an emphasis on the practice of self-enquiry. On his recovery from illness in 1746, he joined his elder brother John as apprentice to his father. (1782–83) for 1st.

[2] He influenced the development of Western architecture, both in Europe and in North America.

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Hogan, "Diocletian's Palace", The Megalithic Portal, A. Burnham ed, 6 Oct 2007, "Archival material relating to Robert Adam", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Robert_Adam&oldid=984754080, People educated at the Royal High School, Edinburgh, Independent members of the House of Commons of Great Britain, Members of the Parliament of Great Britain for Scottish constituencies, Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Fellows of the Society of Antiquaries of London, Fellows of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from the 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica with Wikisource reference, Wikipedia articles with RKDartists identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SNAC-ID identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with TePapa identifiers, Wikipedia articles with Trove identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WorldCat identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Riding School, Edinburgh (1763) demolished, The Bridewell, Edinburgh, (1791) demolished, The Assembly Rooms, Glasgow (1791–94) demolished, St. George's Chapel, Edinburgh, (1792) demolished.

Daraus ergab sich die Verschmelzung antiker mit englischen Bautraditionen. With his older brother John, Robert took on the family business, which included lucrative work for the Board of Ordnance, after William's death. ), Scottish architect and designer who, with his brother James (1730–94), transformed Palladian Neoclassicism in England into the airy, light, elegant style that bears their name.

They reached Genoa early in January 1755 and proceeded to Florence via Livorno. By contrasting room sizes and decorative schemes, Adam applied the concept of movement to his interiors also. page 11, The Adam Brothers in Rome: Drawings from the Grand Tour, A.A. Tait, 2008 Scala Publishers Ltd, This list is based on: David King, The Complete Works of Robert & James Adam, 1991 Butterworth, Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce, C.M. [1][6] As a child he was noted as having a "feeble constitution". Important range of office buildings in castle style. In 1774, a public lottery was held to raise funds for the brothers, which allowed them to avert bankruptcy.[28].

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In England his collaboration with Thomas Chippendale resulted in some of the finest neoclassicist designs of the time, most notably in the Harewood House collection of Chippendale's work. Clérisseau had been a student at the French Academy in Rome, but he left in 1754 after a dispute with its director.

Stables, Castle Upton, Templepatrick, Co. Antrim, Ireland. William, who as master mason to the Board of Ordnance in North Britain supervised the design of military buildings, also designed numerous country houses in a conservative Palladian style—the modified classic Roman style that was originally developed by the 16th-century architect Andrea Palladio. Er studierte und benutzte die Publikationen von Robert Wood über Baalbek und Palmyra.

The houses were built on a huge artificial terrace resting on vaulted substructures on the level of the Thames, which Robert Adam was certain could be leased to the British government as warehouses.

In Europe, Adam notably influenced Charles Cameron, the Scotsman who designed Tsarskoye Selo and other Russian palaces for Catherine the Great. could not help considering my knowledge of Architecture as imperfect, unless I should be able to add the observation of a private edifice of the Ancients to my study of their public works. Please select which sections you would like to print: Corrections?

Proposed gates.

With his older brother John, Robert took on the family business, which included lucrative work for the Board of Ordnance, after William's death. [35], Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London, rebuilt, Edinburgh Bridewell in foreground, demolished, McLennan Arch, Glasgow, built from the remains of Glasgow Assembly Rooms, Coutts Bank, John Adam Street, demolished and replaced with this building, Register House Edinburgh, interior of the dome, Centre of North side, Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, Design for the Etruscan Room, Home House, London, Detail of the Etruscan Room, Home House, London, Surviving Adam Houses, Portland Place, London, Robert Adam ceiling from the Adelphi, now in the V&A, Model of the Glass Drawing Room Northumberland House, in the V&A, Panels from the Glass Drawing Room Northumberland House, in the V&A, Design for fireplaces in the withdrawing room and the Countess of Derby's dressing room, Derby House, Ceiling, Countess of Derby's Dressing Room, Derby House, Details for Derby House in Grosvenor Square, an example of the Adam Brothers' decorative designs, 20 St. James's Square, London, front facade, 20 St. James's Square, London, rear facade, Dining Room ceiling, 20 St. James's Square, London, Music Room ceiling, 20 St. James's Square, London, Drawing Room ceiling, 20 St. James's Square, London, Fireplace, Round room, Strawberry Hill House, Middlesex, Lansdowne House Drawing Room, now in Philadelphia Art Museum, Lansdown House dining room, now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, South front, Stowe House, slightly modified in execution, Cross section of Hall, Syon House, London, Cross section of the library, Kenwood House, London, The library ceiling, Kenwood House, London, Nostell Priory, Yorkshire, Adam wing on right, Bowood House, Adam's Diocletian wing on left, the main block demolished in 1950s, The Entrance Hall Ceiling, Harewood House, Harewood House, Yorkshire, altered by Sir Charles Barry, The Ceiling, State Bedroom, Harewood House, Luton Hoo House, Bedfordshire, altered by Sir Robert Smirke and again in the late 19th century, Entrance Arch, Croome Park, Worcestershire, Garden Alcove, Croome Court, Worcestershire, Dunstall "Castle", Croome Court, Worcestershire, The semi-circular conservatory, Osterley Park, Featherstone entrance, Nostell Priory, Yorkshire, Clock Tower, Stables, Castle Upton, Co. Meath, Adam silver (1953). At the end of the year, Robert fell seriously ill for some months, and it seems unlikely that he returned to university, having completed only two years of study.[12]. Robert Adam, (born July 3, 1728, Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scot.—died March 3, 1792, London, Eng.

He wrote: I hope to have my ideas greatly enlarged and my taste formed upon the solid foundation of genuine antiquity. [17] They sailed from Dover arriving in Calais[18] on 28 October 1754. [5], Adam was born on 3 July 1728 at Gladney House in Kirkcaldy, Fife, the second son of Mary Robertson (1699–1761), the daughter of William Robertson of Gladney, and architect William Adam. His talents extend beyond the lie of his own profession: he displayed in his numerous drawings in landscape a luxuriance of composition, and an effect of light and shadow, which have scarcely been equalled...to the last period of his life, Mr Adam displayed an increasing vigour of genius and refinement of taste: for in the space of one year preceding his death, he designed eight great public works, besides twenty five private buildings, so various in their style, and so beautiful in their composition, that they have been allowed by the best judges, sufficient of themselves, to establish his fame unrivalled as an artist.

While in Florence, Adam met a man who was to have an important professional influence upon him. Lord Templetown. [28] However, the project became a white elephant for Robert and his brothers, with uncertain financing and costs spiralling out of control. For the Board of Ordnance, the brothers were the main contractor at Fort George, a large modern fort near Inverness designed by military engineer Colonel Skinner.

Hon.

[33] The pall-bearers were several of his clients: Henry Scott, 3rd Duke of Buccleuch; George Coventry, 6th Earl of Coventry; James Maitland, 8th Earl of Lauderdale; David Murray, 2nd Earl of Mansfield; Lord Frederick Campbell and Sir William Pulteney, 5th Baronet.

"[28] The discoveries in Herculaneum and Pompeii ongoing at the time provided ample material for Robert Adam to draw on for inspiration.[28]. [9] In autumn 1743 he matriculated at the University of Edinburgh,[10] and compulsory classes for all students were: the Greek language, logic, metaphysics and natural philosophy. In the succeeding few years both benefited from the lucrative contracts that resulted from the appointment.

Omissions? Robert Adam XING Mitgliedersuche Wir haben 14 Mitglieder mit dem Namen Robert Adam bei XING gefunden.

On his return journey, Adam and Clerisseau spent time intensively studying the ruins of Diocletian's Palace at Spalatro in Dalmatia (now known as Split, in modern Croatia). [3] Much of his work consisted of remodelling existing houses, as well as contributions to Edinburgh's townscape and designing romantic pseudo-mediaeval country houses in Scotland. He mainly advocated the path of jñāna yoga with an emphasis on the practice of self-enquiry. On his recovery from illness in 1746, he joined his elder brother John as apprentice to his father. (1782–83) for 1st.

[2] He influenced the development of Western architecture, both in Europe and in North America.

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[13], On 3 October 1754, Robert Adam in the company of his brother James (who went as far as Brussels) set off from Edinburgh for his Grand Tour, stopping for a few days in London, where they visited the Mansion House, London, St Stephen Walbrook,[16] St Paul's Cathedral, Windsor, Berkshire, in the company of Thomas Sandby who showed them his landscaping at Windsor Great Park and Virginia Water Lake. Here, he became acquainted with the work of the pioneering classical archaeologist and art historian, theorist Johann Joachim Winckelmann. Robert Adam war Sohn des führenden schottischen Architekten William Adam (1689–1748). Our editors will review what you’ve submitted and determine whether to revise the article.

Here he developed the "Adam Style", and his theory of "movement" in architecture, based on his studies of antiquity and became one of the most successful and fashionable architects in the country.

Hogan, "Diocletian's Palace", The Megalithic Portal, A. Burnham ed, 6 Oct 2007, "Archival material relating to Robert Adam", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Robert_Adam&oldid=984754080, People educated at the Royal High School, Edinburgh, Independent members of the House of Commons of Great Britain, Members of the Parliament of Great Britain for Scottish constituencies, Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Fellows of the Society of Antiquaries of London, Fellows of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from the 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica with Wikisource reference, Wikipedia articles with RKDartists identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SNAC-ID identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with TePapa identifiers, Wikipedia articles with Trove identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WorldCat identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Riding School, Edinburgh (1763) demolished, The Bridewell, Edinburgh, (1791) demolished, The Assembly Rooms, Glasgow (1791–94) demolished, St. George's Chapel, Edinburgh, (1792) demolished.

Daraus ergab sich die Verschmelzung antiker mit englischen Bautraditionen. With his older brother John, Robert took on the family business, which included lucrative work for the Board of Ordnance, after William's death. ), Scottish architect and designer who, with his brother James (1730–94), transformed Palladian Neoclassicism in England into the airy, light, elegant style that bears their name.

They reached Genoa early in January 1755 and proceeded to Florence via Livorno. By contrasting room sizes and decorative schemes, Adam applied the concept of movement to his interiors also. page 11, The Adam Brothers in Rome: Drawings from the Grand Tour, A.A. Tait, 2008 Scala Publishers Ltd, This list is based on: David King, The Complete Works of Robert & James Adam, 1991 Butterworth, Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce, C.M. [1][6] As a child he was noted as having a "feeble constitution". Important range of office buildings in castle style. In 1774, a public lottery was held to raise funds for the brothers, which allowed them to avert bankruptcy.[28].

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In England his collaboration with Thomas Chippendale resulted in some of the finest neoclassicist designs of the time, most notably in the Harewood House collection of Chippendale's work. Clérisseau had been a student at the French Academy in Rome, but he left in 1754 after a dispute with its director.

Stables, Castle Upton, Templepatrick, Co. Antrim, Ireland. William, who as master mason to the Board of Ordnance in North Britain supervised the design of military buildings, also designed numerous country houses in a conservative Palladian style—the modified classic Roman style that was originally developed by the 16th-century architect Andrea Palladio. Er studierte und benutzte die Publikationen von Robert Wood über Baalbek und Palmyra.

The houses were built on a huge artificial terrace resting on vaulted substructures on the level of the Thames, which Robert Adam was certain could be leased to the British government as warehouses.

In Europe, Adam notably influenced Charles Cameron, the Scotsman who designed Tsarskoye Selo and other Russian palaces for Catherine the Great. could not help considering my knowledge of Architecture as imperfect, unless I should be able to add the observation of a private edifice of the Ancients to my study of their public works. Please select which sections you would like to print: Corrections?

Proposed gates.

With his older brother John, Robert took on the family business, which included lucrative work for the Board of Ordnance, after William's death. [35], Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London, rebuilt, Edinburgh Bridewell in foreground, demolished, McLennan Arch, Glasgow, built from the remains of Glasgow Assembly Rooms, Coutts Bank, John Adam Street, demolished and replaced with this building, Register House Edinburgh, interior of the dome, Centre of North side, Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, Design for the Etruscan Room, Home House, London, Detail of the Etruscan Room, Home House, London, Surviving Adam Houses, Portland Place, London, Robert Adam ceiling from the Adelphi, now in the V&A, Model of the Glass Drawing Room Northumberland House, in the V&A, Panels from the Glass Drawing Room Northumberland House, in the V&A, Design for fireplaces in the withdrawing room and the Countess of Derby's dressing room, Derby House, Ceiling, Countess of Derby's Dressing Room, Derby House, Details for Derby House in Grosvenor Square, an example of the Adam Brothers' decorative designs, 20 St. James's Square, London, front facade, 20 St. James's Square, London, rear facade, Dining Room ceiling, 20 St. James's Square, London, Music Room ceiling, 20 St. James's Square, London, Drawing Room ceiling, 20 St. James's Square, London, Fireplace, Round room, Strawberry Hill House, Middlesex, Lansdowne House Drawing Room, now in Philadelphia Art Museum, Lansdown House dining room, now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, South front, Stowe House, slightly modified in execution, Cross section of Hall, Syon House, London, Cross section of the library, Kenwood House, London, The library ceiling, Kenwood House, London, Nostell Priory, Yorkshire, Adam wing on right, Bowood House, Adam's Diocletian wing on left, the main block demolished in 1950s, The Entrance Hall Ceiling, Harewood House, Harewood House, Yorkshire, altered by Sir Charles Barry, The Ceiling, State Bedroom, Harewood House, Luton Hoo House, Bedfordshire, altered by Sir Robert Smirke and again in the late 19th century, Entrance Arch, Croome Park, Worcestershire, Garden Alcove, Croome Court, Worcestershire, Dunstall "Castle", Croome Court, Worcestershire, The semi-circular conservatory, Osterley Park, Featherstone entrance, Nostell Priory, Yorkshire, Clock Tower, Stables, Castle Upton, Co. Meath, Adam silver (1953). At the end of the year, Robert fell seriously ill for some months, and it seems unlikely that he returned to university, having completed only two years of study.[12]. Robert Adam, (born July 3, 1728, Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scot.—died March 3, 1792, London, Eng.

He wrote: I hope to have my ideas greatly enlarged and my taste formed upon the solid foundation of genuine antiquity. [17] They sailed from Dover arriving in Calais[18] on 28 October 1754. [5], Adam was born on 3 July 1728 at Gladney House in Kirkcaldy, Fife, the second son of Mary Robertson (1699–1761), the daughter of William Robertson of Gladney, and architect William Adam. His talents extend beyond the lie of his own profession: he displayed in his numerous drawings in landscape a luxuriance of composition, and an effect of light and shadow, which have scarcely been equalled...to the last period of his life, Mr Adam displayed an increasing vigour of genius and refinement of taste: for in the space of one year preceding his death, he designed eight great public works, besides twenty five private buildings, so various in their style, and so beautiful in their composition, that they have been allowed by the best judges, sufficient of themselves, to establish his fame unrivalled as an artist.

While in Florence, Adam met a man who was to have an important professional influence upon him. Lord Templetown. [28] However, the project became a white elephant for Robert and his brothers, with uncertain financing and costs spiralling out of control. For the Board of Ordnance, the brothers were the main contractor at Fort George, a large modern fort near Inverness designed by military engineer Colonel Skinner.

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[33] The pall-bearers were several of his clients: Henry Scott, 3rd Duke of Buccleuch; George Coventry, 6th Earl of Coventry; James Maitland, 8th Earl of Lauderdale; David Murray, 2nd Earl of Mansfield; Lord Frederick Campbell and Sir William Pulteney, 5th Baronet.

"[28] The discoveries in Herculaneum and Pompeii ongoing at the time provided ample material for Robert Adam to draw on for inspiration.[28]. [9] In autumn 1743 he matriculated at the University of Edinburgh,[10] and compulsory classes for all students were: the Greek language, logic, metaphysics and natural philosophy. In the succeeding few years both benefited from the lucrative contracts that resulted from the appointment.

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On his return journey, Adam and Clerisseau spent time intensively studying the ruins of Diocletian's Palace at Spalatro in Dalmatia (now known as Split, in modern Croatia). [3] Much of his work consisted of remodelling existing houses, as well as contributions to Edinburgh's townscape and designing romantic pseudo-mediaeval country houses in Scotland. He mainly advocated the path of jñāna yoga with an emphasis on the practice of self-enquiry. On his recovery from illness in 1746, he joined his elder brother John as apprentice to his father. (1782–83) for 1st.

[2] He influenced the development of Western architecture, both in Europe and in North America.

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