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Michael Scott, Architect: In (casual) Conversation with Dorothy Walker

Michael Scott, Architect: In (casual) Conversation with Dorothy Walker

Dorothy Walker

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Michael Scott's influence on architecture and the visual arts in Ireland in the twentieth century has been immense. He was a true Renaissance man who was involved in almost every facet of the arts. His genuine love of art and his support of artists was of great importance to the art community and to the cultural and artistic development of the country. His courage, independence and architectural talent, and his ability to inspire younger colleagues, made him Ireland's foremost architect of the century.

He was one of the great personalities of the age.

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Author Dorothy Walker
Publisher Gandon
Publication date 1 Dec 1996
Format Hardback
ISBN/EAN 9780946641512

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