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Creator Name: David Swanson, Construct Studios
Creator Nationality: United States
Creator Role: Manufacturer
Creator Name-CRT: David Swanson, Construct Studios
Creator Name: Elmslie George
Creator Nationality: American (born Scotland), Minnesota, St. Paul
Creator Role: Artist
Creator Dates/Places: 1871 - 1952
Creator Name-CRT: George Grant Elmslie
Creator Name: Purcell William
Creator Nationality: American, Minnesota, St. Paul
Creator Role: architect
Creator Dates/Places: 1880 - 1965
Creator Name-CRT: William Gray Purcell
Title: Model of the Edna S. Purcell house, now the Purcell-Cutts house, 1913
View: 3/4 view
Creation Start Date: 1987
Creation End Date: 2007
Creation Date: 1987- 2007
Object Type: Architecture
Classification Term: Architecture
Materials and Techniques: Maple, maple veneer, plexiglas, nylon screen
Dimensions: H.13-5/8 x W.15-5/8 x D.47-5/8 in.
AMICA Contributor: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Owner Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
ID Number: 97.53
Credit Line: Gift of Kenneth and Judy Dayton
Context: This model represents the Purcell-Cutts house on its site, a lot 50 feet wide and 150 feet long. It shows the house around 1915, during the time the Purcells lived there, and so does not include the garage, which was added later by the Cutts family (on the lot's northwest corner, where the sidewalk meets the alley.) On the second-floor front facade can be seen one of the small, plain, square windows inserted when Purcell added a Pullman-style bed inside for his son James.
Link to Multimedia: http://www.artsmia.org/mia/qtvr/00/mia_3
Related Multimedia Description: Unified Vision: In the late 19th century, Louis Sullivan conceived the idea of an authentic American architecture suited to the needs of people living in the modern age.Employing his principles of unified design, Sullivan's followers, including Frank Lloyd Wright, William Gray Purcell, and George Grant Elmslie, developed what is now known as the Prairie School.Unified Vision explores these modern concepts through the exemplary Prairie School collection at The Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
Link to Multimedia: http://www.artsmia.org/unified_vision/
AMICA ID: MIA_.97.53
AMICA Library Year: 2003
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