Bernard Maybeck Architecture Photos

Bernard Ralph Maybeck (1862-1957) a New York student attended Paris' Ecole des Beaux-Arts did most of his work in San Francisco, including the Palace of Fine Arts (1915). He is best noted for houses with great individuality. His style seems influenced by the Arts & Crafts Movement.

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Palace of Fine Arts built for Panama-Pacific Exposition & rebuilt in 1962. San Francisco, CA.Palace of Fine Arts domed structure. San Francisco, CA.Dome & friezes of Palace of Fine Arts. San Francisco, CA.Palace of Fine Arts frieze showing ancient Greek procession dominated by winged horse & lion. San Francisco, CA.
Palace of Fine Arts (1915) built for Panama-Pacific Exposition & rebuilt in 1962. San Francisco, CA. Style: Classical. Architect: Bernard Maybeck.Palace of Fine Arts domed structure. San Francisco, CA.Dome & friezes of Palace of Fine Arts. San Francisco, CA.Palace of Fine Arts frieze showing ancient Greek procession dominated by winged horse & lion. San Francisco, CA.
Sculpted muscular figure on facade of Palace of Fine Arts. San Francisco, CA.Column details of Palace of Fine Arts. San Francisco, CA.Open ring of columns at Palace of Fine Arts. San Francisco, CA.Palace of Fine Arts colonnade. San Francisco, CA.
Sculpted muscular figure on facade of Palace of Fine Arts. San Francisco, CA.Column details of Palace of Fine Arts. San Francisco, CA.Open ring of columns at Palace of Fine Arts. San Francisco, CA.Palace of Fine Arts colonnade. San Francisco, CA.
Maybeck Building. San Francisco, CA.British Motors showroom. San Francisco, CA.Two styles of auto showroom on Van Ness. San Francisco, CA.First Church of Christ, Scientist. Berkeley, CA.
Maybeck Building (1908-9) (1736 Stockton St.) (formerly Old Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Assoc. offices). San Francisco, CA. Architect: Bernard Maybeck.British Motors (originally Earle C. Anthony Packard) showroom (1928) (901 Van Ness at Olive). San Francisco, CA. Style: Greek Revival. Architect: Bernard Maybeck.Two styles of auto showroom on Van Ness. San Francisco, CA.First Church of Christ, Scientist (1910) (2619 Dwight Way). Berkeley, CA. Architect: Bernard Maybeck. On National Register.
First Church of Christ, Scientist west windows with gothic & crafts styles. Berkeley, CA.First Church of Christ, Scientist pergola over south sidewalk. Berkeley, CA.First Church of Christ, Scientist entrance. Berkeley, CA.First Church of Christ, Scientist side entrance. Berkeley, CA.
First Church of Christ, Scientist west windows with gothic & crafts styles. Berkeley, CA.First Church of Christ, Scientist pergola over south sidewalk. Berkeley, CA.First Church of Christ, Scientist entrance. Berkeley, CA.First Church of Christ, Scientist side entrance. Berkeley, CA.

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