Much about Phillip Hooker remains unknown, especially about his personal life and early architectural training. Nevertheless, the discovery and publication here of increased visual and written material from the architect's own hand has offered the means of better understanding his abilities and professional activities.He provided city plans and country-house plans and town-house plans, market entries like triumphal arches, cruciform courthouses and temple-form churches and a statehouse which some scholar should review in detail for connections toanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Neat Plain Modern Stile|
|Author||:||W. Richard Wheeler, Albany Institute of History and Art, Fred L. Emerson Gallery|
|Publisher||:||Univ of Massachusetts Press - 1993|