13 March 2004

Greene & Greene: The Art of Architecture

Paul Bockhorst’s fascinating documentary Greene & Greene: The Art of Architecture chronicles the lives of brothers Charles and Henry Greene, from their early efforts to blend American, European, and Asian design concepts, through the creation of their masterworks of 1907–1910, to the independent projects of their latter years. The 57-minute film features more than 15 residences and interiors and includes interviews and comments by Edward Bosley, Randell Makinson, Robert Judson Clark, and Bruce Smith.

The film is now available on DVD and VHS cassette and may be obtained online via Builders Booksource or William Stout Architectural Books.

People with access to KCET-TV (PBS, Los Angeles) can watch the film on Friday, 19 March 2004, at 9:30 pm. The broadcast will include taped segments shot at the Gamble House in Pasadena, with Ted Bosley talking about the Greenes and the significance of the house.


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