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Herb Greene Papers

A work made of typescript papers, printed papers, architectural drawings, slides, photocopies and photographs..

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  • A work made of typescript papers, printed papers, architectural drawings, slides, photocopies and photographs..

Date:

1956-2009 (bulk 1956-1985)

Artist:

Herb Greene (1929-)

About this artwork

Drawings and papers of the architect Herb Greene, who studied with and later worked for Bruce Goff. Greene also worked for John Lautner, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s apprentices. Greene taught architecture at the University of Oklahoma for six years following Goff’s retirement. Since retiring himself, Greene has moved to California where he “continues to write, paint and promote his concept for building with artists.”

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Contact the Ryerson and Burnham Art and Architecture Archives:
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Status

Currently Off View

Department

AIC Archives

Artist

Herb Greene (Architect)

Title

Herb Greene Papers

Date

Made 1956–2009

Medium

Typescript papers, printed papers, architectural drawings, slides, photocopies and photographs.

Dimensions

Flatfile materials: H.: 61 cm (24 in.)

Credit Line

Gift of Herb Greene and Robert Alan Bowlby

Reference Number

2009.3

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