|One of Rudolph's earliest large commissioned buildings, the Jewett Art Center is closer to the "decorated-box" school of architecture (associated with Yamasaki and E. D. Stone) than to his later more monumental and sculptural buildings.|
Views of the front: whole, center with entrance, and far left
Detail of the front, showing the decorative screen, and views of the entrance
The back: the library extension on the left and another building on the right
Views of the library with decorative screens
The rear entrance with passageway to the front
Click here to return to places index.
Click here to return to index of artists and architects.
Click here to return to chronological index.