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The house (and its designer) had an important impact on the artists and architects who were in Worcester's informal circle of friends. Â . was taking possession of a small but increasing number of people. If one were to look for its original inspiration, they would not go far astray in attributing it in large measure to a certain quiet and retiring minister,a man of gentle nature, of devoted love of the beautiful, and of exceptionally true, though reserved taste. From. the inspiration of his modest little home, and the picturesque church built under his direction, and more especially from direct contact with the man himself, a group of architects, decorators, painters, and lovers of the beautiful have acquired a new point of view.
212213. 17 Ibid. 18 Ibid. 19 Ibid, p. 212. 20 Jenney, "Dwelling," p. 59. 21 "A California House," p. 219. 22 Ibid, p. 220. 23 Jenney, "Dwelling," p. 58. 24 Frederick L. Roehrig, "Los Angeles Power and Light Plants," Architect and Engineer 99 (November 1929), pp. 7577. Roehrig-designedÂ DepartmentÂ ofÂ WaterÂ and PowerÂ substation,Â PacificÂ PalisadesÂ (1935) Â < previous page < previous page 30 page_122 page_123 next page > next page > 31 Page 123 12 Charles and Henry Greene Randell L. Makinson Cloud showers tinkle on a path of flags And spatter the still pool with shots of light; A tuna boat across sea-windows drags; On sun-gold seas the sea-gull wings flash white.
The Reeve house, the earlier and more modest of the two, responded to a small corner site with a compact-plan arrangement that gave little room for outdoor spaces and gardens. Moreover, its restricted budget allowed little attention to furnishings. On the other hand, the substantially funded Tichenor house, perched on a palisade overlooking the Pacific Ocean, afforded opportunities for the design of superb gardens, outdoor living areas, interiors, furniture, and accessories. Adelaide Alexander Tichenor (18461924) was born in Ravenna, Ohio, and educated at Oberlin College.
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