Dibujos de ciudades visitadas, imaginadas y recreadas en la obra del norteamericano Bertram G. Goodhue, un viaje de ida y vuelta del ¿Spanish Revival Style¿.

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CONGRESO Dibujos de ciudades visitadas, imaginadas y recreadas en la obra del norteamericano Bertram G. Goodhue, un viaje de ida y vuelta del ¿Spanish Revival Style¿.

Abstract

Bertram Goodhue adapted European historical motives into the Revival Style architecture developed in the southern United States at the beginning of the 20th century. The romantic cities that he draw in extraordinary travel sketches where freely reinterpreted in his buildings, with special mention to the Panama-California Exhibition in San Diego in 1915. The Hollywood filmography internationalized this Spanish Revival Style which was uncritically re-created in the countries of origin, as it happened in much of the Spanish touristic architecture during the sixties, designed to be consumed by foreign inhabitants. This is an architectonic round trip journey to America through drawing.