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Charles Gwathmey, Architect Loyal to Aesthetics of High Modernism, Dies at 71


TitleCharles Gwathmey, Architect Loyal to Aesthetics of High Modernism, Dies at 71
Publication TypeNewspaper Article
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsBernstein, Fred A.
Secondary TitleNew York Times
EditionNew England
Pagination11
Date PublishedAugust 5
Publication Languageeng
Keywords1918-1997, 1938-2009, 1958-1964, and, Architecture, Art, Building, Charles, CT, Gwathmey, Haven, Marvin, New, Paul, Rudolph, University, Yale
Abstract

Noted Modernist architect Charles Gwathmey died in Manhattan on August 3, 2009. Among his many works was his award-winning renovation of the Art & Architecture Building by Paul Rudolph at Yale University which was rededicated as Paul Rudolph hall in November, 2008.

Notes

The web edition of this article was published on August 4.

URLhttp://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/05/arts/design/05gwathmey.html?pagewanted=1&hp
Citation Key3340


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