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Neal Prince

 R.A., A.S.I.D

(Curriculum Vitae)

 

InterContinental Lusaka Hotel
Lusaka, Zambia (1968)
 
 
Mr. Neal Prince,
R.A., A.S.I.D
(Curriculum Vitae)
 
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Historical
Background

John B. Gates,
Chairman of the Board
Robert Huyot,
Chairman of the Board
Hans Sternick,
Chairman of the Board
John P. Sutherland,
President
Latin American
Division
Mario Di Genova,
President
Europe/Africa Divsions
R. Kane Rufe,
Sr. Vice President
Far East/Pacific Division
John C. Carrodus
Sr. Vice President
of Services
Neal A. Prince
Vice President
Graphics and Interior Designs
 
Departmental Staff and Contractual Designers:
Kenneth Smith,
ASID
Charles R Alvey,
Graphic Designer
Richard Simpson,
Graphic Designer
 Bill Embery
Dale & Pat Keller,
ASID
Joe Grusczak,
ASID
Trisha Wilson,
ASID
James Ray Baker,
ASID
Irene D'Alessio,
Interior Designer



Arie deZanger,
IHC Photographer


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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InterContinental Lusaka Hotel
Randolph Beaumont Stanley Linder Intercontinental Hotel
Stanley Linder, Artist (1923- ), American
[Printed under the name of Randolph Beaumont ]

 

LITHOGRAPH; signed by Randolph Beaumont¹ titled "BAKOTA MASK a/p"

 

BAKOTA MASK rendering is from a wood mask which is used for festivity and celebrations from the Bakota tribe. This tribe is from the Gabon borders of the Congo River in Africa.

 

Footnote¹: See below

InterContinental Lusaka Hotel
Randolph Beaumont Stanley Linder Intercontinental Hotel
Stanley Linder, Artist (1923- ), American
[Printed under the name of Randolph Beaumont ]

 

LITHOGRAPH; signed by Randolph Beaumont¹ titled "BAKOTA MASK a/p"

 

BAKOTA MASK rendering is from a wood mask which is used for festivity and celebrations from the Bakota tribe. This tribe is from the Gabon borders of the Congo River in Africa.

 

Footnote¹: See below

InterContinental Lusaka Hotel
Randolph Beaumont Stanley Linder Intercontinental Hotel
Stanley Linder, Artist (1923- ), American
[Printed under the name of Randolph Beaumont ]

 

LITHOGRAPH; signed by Randolph Beaumont¹ titled "BAKOTA MASK a/p"

 

BAKOTA MASK rendering is from a wood mask which is used for festivity and celebrations from the Bakota tribe. This tribe is from the Gabon borders of the Congo River in Africa.

 

Footnote¹: See below

InterContinental Lusaka Hotel
Randolph Beaumont Stanley Linder Intercontinental Hotel
Stanley Linder, Artist (1923- ), American
[Printed under the name of Randolph Beaumont ]

LITHOGRAPH; signed by Randolph Beaumont¹ titled "BAKOTA MASK a/p"

 

BAKOTA MASK rendering is from a wood mask which is used for festivity and celebrations from the Bakota tribe. This tribe is from the Gabon borders of the Congo River in Africa.

 

Footnote¹: See below

 

 

BEAUMONT, Randolph¹ 

LINDER, STANLEY (1923-  ), AMERICAN

Randolph Beaumont was a pseudonym Artist name that was created by Mr. Stanley Linder, of  New York. Mr. Linder was an Artist, that Mr. Neal Prince had hired to assist him on the new InterContinental Lusaka Hotel in Lusaka, Zambia in 1966, through Mr. James Ray Baker. Under the direction of Mr. Prince, each InterContinental Hotel was designed and created to give each guest the feeling of the local culture, thus giving each Hotel is own personality. It is important to realize that the flow of investment for new projects within under developed countries is better when you have the local people supporting your venture. Mr. Prince took this school of thought one step further, by bringing the local Artist and Master Craftsman into the process, the locals embraced the projects. By doing so, the local Artist works were displayed in the lobbies, restaurant’s and guest rooms. With respect to the InterContinental Lusaka Hotel, there were no Artist in the local area that would have been able to supply each room with framed hanging art. Therefore, Mr. Linder created various renderings that were copied through the Block Print processed, framed and signed under a pseudonym name of " Randolph Beaumont ", as references on all of his Prints. Mr. Linder's framed renderings allowed each Guest rooms, or Suites rooms, to give that personal touch of being in ZambiaAfrica. These Prints were samples of what were actually hung in the Guest rooms and Suite rooms to create that local personality of the Hotel. The Hotel opened to the public in 1968 with great success.

 

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