Maine Cottages: Fred L. Savage and the Architecture of Mount by John M. Bryan;Richard Cheek

By John M. Bryan;Richard Cheek

Mount wasteland has been one in all America's favourite vacationer locations for over a hundred and fifty years. As early because the 1840s, the plush panorama of this island at the Maine coast attracted artists and writers, who quickly made Mount Desert's good looks recognized with their work and courses. The flow of holiday makers that started touring to the island after the Civil warfare brought on a construction growth of cottages, resorts, and numerous constructions in Bar Harbor and different cities within the region. Fred Savage (18611924) used to be the main influential architect within the improvement of Mount wilderness and northeastern Maine, designing over 300 structures. Richly illustrated with archival drawings, pictures, and newly commissioned colour images, Maine Cottages provides all of Savage's most vital works whereas putting the existence and occupation of this architect within the better context ofMount barren region.

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The artistic and technical shortcomings of the early drawings suggests he may have saved them as a benchmark, a memento of his time in Boston when he first called himself an architect. 58 Union Church, elevations, drawn by Fred L. Savage. Courtesy of the Northeast Harbor Library. 59 Chapter II Northeast Harbor, Islesboro, and the Shingle Style (circa 1887–1900) 62 Savage and Stratton, Architects 70 The Shingle Style 76 Savage’s Early Work in Northeast Harbor 128 Stylistic Diversity 140 The Islesboro Cottages (1894–1916) Savage and Stratton, Architects previous page: Brackenfell, Northeast Harbor, Fred L.

Over-the-Way (1896), the second house he designed for S. D. Sargent, exemplifies the relaxed but urbane nature of his work during the next decade. Pen and ink (a steel nib pen and indelible India ink) was another medium used by architects at the outset of Savage’s career. His plans and elevations of the Union Church were drawn in pen and ink on linen (see page 59). 53 The church is sited on a lot that slopes steeply up from the street. At the eastern end of the building is a complex collection of forms—a broad stone staircase, the projecting apse, the belfry, and a transept gable—that is balanced visually against the horizontal repose of the nave.

C. Savage built the first Asticou Inn (burned in 1900), and Herman Savage, who was then twenty-eight years old, built the Rockend Hotel (burned in 1942). Working with local contractors, they may have planned these hotels themselves, or perhaps they worked with John E. Clark (1843–1909), an architect then active in Bar Harbor, for the original Asticou and the Rockend were similar to hotels that had transformed Bar Harbor during the previous decade. In developing hotels with satellite cottages, the Savage family and their predecessors in Bar Harbor were repeating an architectural formula that first appeared in the colonies in the south.

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