(1866 - 1940)
Joseph Miller Huston was active/lived in Pennsylvania. Joseph Huston is known for architecture, interior, furniture.
Biography Joseph Huston
Joseph Huston, the son of a Philadelphia carpenter, was a young man determined to make his mark on the world. At age 13, he left school to apprentice with a sign-painter. He soon realized, however, that architecture was his true calling. In 1883, he entered the architectural firm of Furness & Evans, where he stayed for five years. In his free time, Huston studied Latin, Greek and mathematics with a tutor, enabling him to enter Princeton in 1888.
At Princeton, Huston's closest friends included architect Frank A. Hays, painter Edward Redfield, and sculptor Alexander Stirling Calder. Most likely, it was this circle of artistic friends that first led Huston to consider the integration of architecture, painting and sculpture in a sing
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