Fonds F 198 - Robert Greenberg fonds

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Robert Greenberg fonds

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F 198

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  • 1985 (Creation)
    Greenberg, Robert

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1 leaflet

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Robert Greenberg was a Professor of Architecture at Ryerson University. Greenberg graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University. He taught at Ryerson for 28 years in Design Theory, Architectural History and Studio. He lectured widely throughout North America and the UK, particularly on the subject of Descriptive Geometry. He was Founder and Studio Master of the Ad Quadratum Studio of Geometry in Art and Architecture, which mounted exhibitions in Canada, the US, and the UK. He is the author of the Handbook of Practical Geometry (2nd ed., 1982) and retired to Emeritus status in 2000. He passed away May 28, 2007.

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Fonds consists of a leaflet advertising an exhibition of Greenberg's paintings.

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