Andrew Jackson Downing

  • American

Notable Position Organization From To
Partner Downing and Vaux 1850 1852


Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Architect Chauncey Hall House Racine
Architect Montgomery-Grand-Liberty Streets Historic District City of Newburgh, NY
Architect Cedarcliff Gatehouse Poughkeepsie, NY
Architect Matthew Vassar Estate Poughkeepsie, NY
Architect Oakwood Newark
Architect Hall, James, Office Albany
Architect Aurora Village-Wells College Historic District Aurora, NY
1841/00/00 Andrew Jackson Downing mentions Sunnyside in "Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening in America". Through historic sketchs and descriptions, several of the paths have been recreated. Visitor Sunnyside Greenburgh, NY
1841/00/00 In "Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening" published in 1841, Andrew Jackson Downing describes The Priory as a "highly unique residence in the old English style". Author Bolton Priory Pelham, NY
1842/00/00 Andrew J Downing landscapes the Utica State Hospital, lining the driveway with grand elms and adding other plantings Landscape Architect Utica State Hospital Utica, NY
1847/00/00 Designs for William Bailey Lang's villa in Stoneham are published in A J Downing's "Horticulturist". Author William Bailey Lang House Stoneham, MA
1850/00/00 Andrew J Downing creates a landscape plan for the White House and the National Mall Architect President's Park South Washington, DC
1859/01/00 Barrowville, finished shortly after the new year, is based on Design No 26 from A J Downing's book "The Architecture of Country Houses". Contributing Architect Barrowville Milledgeville
1871/00/00 Wooden Workers Cottages are built, 1871-1879. Two single and 2 double houses on Cumberland and 2 on Brown are from Design V: A Working-Mans Model Cottage in The Architecture of Country Houses by Andrew Downing. The cottages stand a 1.5 story. Contributing Architect Cumberland Mills Historic District Westbrook, ME
1872/00/00 Wilson Home, a modified Tuscan villa of unquestionable Andrew J Downing inspiration, is built for the Rev J R Wilson and his family. They will move to Wilmington, North Carolina in 1875. Contributing Architect Thomas Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home Columbia, SC
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