Henry H. Richardson (1838-1886)
Henry Hobson Richardson was an important architect, representing romanticism in American architecture. He developed a style, known as "Richardson Romanesque," which was a free and personal interpretation of French Romanesque design. It exerted a strong influence, especially upon young and expanding cities such as Chicago and St. Louis. Among his works are the New Brattle Square Church in Boston, Sever Hall and Austin Hall at Harvard University, the New York state capitol at Albany, and the Marshall Field store in Chicago.
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