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Mansart, François Chateau Maisons Lafitte (Château de Maisons-Lafitte) 1642-51 Maisons-Lafitte, France Oblique front elevation of a classic French Baroque chateau
Mansart, François Chateau Maisons Lafitte (Château de Maisons-Lafitte) 1642-51 Maisons-Lafitte, France Rear (garden) elevation of the chateau, taken early on a crisp cold morning
Mansart, François Chateau Maisons Lafitte (Château de Maisons-Lafitte) 1642-51 Maisons-Lafitte, France Stone stairway and balustrade in the front entry hall
Mansart, François Chateau Maisons Lafitte (Château de Maisons-Lafitte) 1642-51 Maisons-Lafitte, France View of a Baroque doorway in the garden wall behind the chateau
Mansart, Jules Hardouin (see Hardouin-Mansart, Jules)        
Masséna, Gabriel with Alfred Victor du Pont (son of Alfred L. du Pont) Nemours, Sunken Gardens at the Alfred L. du Pont estate 1928-32 Wilmington, Delaware Broad, sweeping, white marble stairway in the formal gardens
Maybeck, Bernard Samuel Goslinsky House 1909 San Francisco, California Arts and Crafts
McKim, Mead, and White (Charles Follen McKim, William Rutherford Mead, and Stanford White partnership) Isaac Bell House 1881-83 Newport, Rhode Island Arts and Crafts
Michelozzo di Bartolommeo Medici Palace (Palazzo Medici-Ricardi) 1444 Florence, Italy Front elevation of an Italian Renaissance palace
Miegs, General Montgomery Old Pension Building (Now the National Building Museum) 1882 Washington, D.C. Interior view of the main hall with its gigantic Corinthian columns
Mique, Richard The Hamlet (in the Trianons at the Palace of Versailles) circa 1783 Versailles, France Distant view of the Queen's House and the Mill across the lake
Mique, Richard The Hamlet (in the Trianons at the Palace of Versailles) circa 1783 Versailles, France View of picturesque buildings around the Grand Lak (Big Lake). From left to right: Marlborough Tower and Dairy, Queen's House, Boudoir (mostly obscured by a fir tree), and the Mill
Mique, Richard The Hamlet - The Marlborough Tower and Dairy (in the Trianons at the Palace of Versailles) 1784 Versailles, France A picturesque group of farm buildings, as seen across the lake
Mique, Richard The Hamlet - The Mill (in the Trianons at the Palace of Versailles) circa 1783 Versailles, France A picturesque farm building
Mique, Richard The Hamlet - Queen's House, a.k.a. Maison de la Reine (in the Trianons at the Palace of Versailles) circa 1783 Versailles, France South side of the picturesque cottage built for Marie Antoinette and her friends to play as rustic peasants
Mique, Richard The Hamlet - Garden Rocks (in the Trianons at the Palace of Versailles) circa 1783 Versailles, France View of the Grand Lac (Big Lake). Manmade rocks enhance the scene in the background
Mique, Richard Temple of Love (in the Trianons at the Palace of Versailles) circa 1777 Versailles, France Serene, garden temple built on a small island
Mogollon Indians Gila Cliff Dwelling Ruins 1270-90 Gila Cliff Dwelling National Monument, New Mexico Southwest American Indian Ruins
Newsom, Samuel George F. Bowman House ca. 1892 San Francisco, California Arts and Crafts
Newsom, Samuel Gilroy Town Hall 1905 Gilroy, California Corner view of a very eclectic Victorian public building
Newsom, Samuel Gilroy Town Hall 1905 Gilroy, California Front elevation with clock tower/ cupola
Newsom, Samuel Gilroy Town Hall 1905 Gilroy, California Side elevation detail of one of the bays
Newsom, Samuel & Joseph C. William Carson House 1884-86 Eureka, California Front elevation of a mostly Queen Anne Victorian with an imposing tower
Newsom, Samuel & Joseph C. William Carson House 1884-86 Eureka, California Front elevation with tower/ cupola
Newsom, Samuel & Joseph C. J. Milton Carson House (Carson the Younger House) 1887 Eureka, California Corner view of a Queen Anne house. Built for one of the sons of William Carson, whose mansion is across the street
Newsom, Samuel & Joseph C. J. Milton Carson House (Carson the Younger House) 1887 Eureka, California Front elevation with tower/ cupola
Newsom, Samuel & Mark Carter Mark Carter House 1884 & 1981 Eureka, California Corner view of a Queen Anne home. Originally designed by Samuel Newsom and built in San Francisco by Samuel Newsom; it was destroyed in the 1906 earthquake and fire. Mark Carter created this replica from some antique plans in 1981
Oliver, Daniel F. First Congregational Church 1904 Alameda, California Arts and Crafts
Otto, Frei with Günter Behnisch Olympic Swimming Facility 1965?-72 Munich, Germany Tensile structure housing a pool. Part of the Olympic Stadium complex
Page, Russell Grouping of Old United States Capitol Columns 1988 Washington, D.C. Columns salvaged from a U.S. capitol renovation and re-sited by Page as a freestanding sculpture in the U.S. National Arboretum
Palladio, Andrea The Basilica, a secular meeting hall (Palazzo della Ragione) begun 1549 Vicenza, Italy Oblique elevation from the plaza. This is considered the popular source of the Palladian window, an arched window flanked by two smaller rectangular ones
Palladio, Andrea Chiericati Palace (Palazzo Chiericati) 1550's Vicenza, Italy Oblique front elevation
Palladio, Andrea Loggia del Capitaniato (former residence of the Venetian governor) 1571 Vicenza, Italy Slightly oblique front elevation of an unfinished palace
Palladio, Andrea Olympic Theater (Teatro Olimpico) 1580 Vicenza, Italy Interior of the theater looking down one of stage sets built with a false perspective
Palladio, Andrea St. George Major Church (San Giorgio Maggiore) 1566 Venice, Italy View of main dome & cupola from campanile
Palladio, Andrea St. George Major Church (San Giorgio Maggiore) 1566 Venice, Italy View of the cloister from the campanile
Palladio, Andrea Villa Rotonda 1567 Vicenza, Italy Front elevation of a very influential Palladian villa
Palladio, Andrea Villa Rotonda 1567 Vicenza, Italy View of the Mannerist masterpiece from one corner
Pisano, Bonanno Leaning Tower of Pisa 1174-1350 Pisa, Italy Exterior view of a Tuscan Romanesque tower, which serves as a belfry
Pisano, Bonanno Leaning Tower of Pisa 1174-1350 Pisa, Italy View from one of the tower's tiers looking out toward the cathedral. Note amazing lack of guard rails
Polk, Willis Jefferson Empire Cottage (Bourn cottage at the Empire Mines) 1895-97 Grass Valley, California Front door elevation
Polk, Willis Jefferson Empire Cottage (Bourn cottage at the Empire Mines) 1895-97 Grass Valley, California Oblique front elevation of a Neo-Flemish? stone "cottage" for the wealthy owner of the nearby gold mines
Polk, Willis Jefferson Empire Cottage (Bourn cottage at the Empire Mines) 1895-97 Grass Valley, California Right front corner view of a Ruskinesque dwelling
Polk, Willis Jefferson Empire Cottage (Bourn cottage at the Empire Mines) 1895-97 Grass Valley, California View of the "cottage" from the rear entrance court and garden
Polk, Willis Jefferson Empire Cottage Gardens (Bourn cottage at the Empire Mines) 1895-97 Grass Valley, California View of the back of the house and first floor porch from beneath an arch in the walled garden area
Polk, Willis Jefferson Empire Cottage Gardens 1895-97 Grass Valley, California View of the back of the house and its terraced gardens
Polk, Willis Jefferson Empire Cottage Gardens 1895-97 Grass Valley, California View of the stepped passage through the terraced gardens
Polk, Willis Jefferson Empire Cottage Gardens 1895-97 Grass Valley, California View of the stepped water fountain in front of the house
Polk, Willis Jefferson Empire Cottage Gardens 1895-97 Grass Valley, California View of the stepped water fountain looking up the channel
Polk, Willis Jefferson Filoli, the William B. Bourn Estate 1916 Woodside, California Front door elevation of a Georgian Revival mansion
Polk, Willis Jefferson Filoli, the William B. Bourn Estate 1916 Woodside, California Front (east) elevation. House seen in opening credits for the TV show, "Dynasty"
Polk, Willis Jefferson Filoli, the William B. Bourn Estate 1916 Woodside, California South elevation of the mansion from the Italian gardens, which were designed by Bruce Porter and Isabella Worn
Polk, Willis Jefferson Filoli, the William B. Bourn Estate 1916 Woodside, California View of a crystal chandelier in the ballroom
Polk, Willis Jefferson Polk - Williams House 1892 San Francisco, California Arts and Crafts
Polk, Willis Jefferson? and Maurice Herbert? Kearney Mansion 1900-03 Fresno, California Front corner elevation of a Victorian French Renaissance chateau. Kearney planned to build an even larger chateauesque home, making this the caretaker's "cottage"
Polk, Willis Jefferson? and Maurice Herbert? Kearney Mansion 1900-03 Fresno, California Oblique side elevation as seen from the rear. Designer of home is uncertain, although Kearney did employ the named architects to design portions of the complex
Polk, Willis Jefferson? and Maurice Herbert? Kearney Mansion Garage 1900-03 Fresno, California A chateauesque garage behind the large home
Polk, Willis Jefferson with Ernest Sanson Carolands (a.k.a. The Chateau) 1912-17 Hillsborough, California See Carolands entries under Ernest Sanson
Pope, John Russell Jefferson Memorial 1943 Washington, D.C. Front and side elevations of a Neoclassical interpretation of the Pantheon in Rome
Porta, Giacomo della, et. al. St. Peter's Basilica, i.e. The Vatican (Basilica di San Pietro) 1588-90 Rome, Italy Aerial view of Vatican showing main dome and cupola
Porta, Giacomo della, et. al. St. Peter's Basilica, i.e. The Vatican (Basilica di San Pietro) 1588-90 Rome, Italy Silhouette of the Vatican at sunset. Taken from across the Tiber River
Porta, Giacomo della, et .al. St. Peter's Basilica, i.e. The Vatican (Basilica di San Pietro) 1588-90 Rome, Italy View of smaller lantern/cupolas & main dome
Post, George Browne (and sons) Wisconsin State Capitol Building 1917 Madison, Wisconsin Beaux Arts Neoclassical
Potter and Anderson (William Appleton Potter and Robert Anderson Robertson partnership) Charles H. Baldwin House 1877-78 Newport, Rhode Island Arts and Crafts
Purcell, Charles H. (state highway engineer) and F. W. Panhorst (acting bridge engineer) Bixby Creek Bridge completed 1932 On Highway 1, about 15 miles south of Carmel, California Oblique elevation of the arched concrete bridge from the valley side
Purcell, Charles H. (state highway engineer) and F. W. Panhorst (acting bridge engineer) Bixby Creek Bridge completed 1932 On Highway 1, about 15 miles south of Carmel, California Oblique view of the bridge looking through one end toward the beach below
Purcell, Charles H. (state highway engineer) and F. W. Panhorst (acting bridge engineer) Bixby Creek Bridge completed 1932 On Highway 1, about 15 miles south of Carmel, California Scenic view of a graceful, arched concrete bridge along the Pacific Coast
Purcell, Charles H. (state highway engineer) and F. W. Panhorst (acting bridge engineer) Bixby Creek Bridge completed 1932 On Highway 1, about 15 miles south of Carmel, California Side elevation of the arched concrete bridge looking west toward the Pacific Ocean
Purcell, Charles H. (state highway engineer) and F. W. Panhorst (acting bridge engineer) Bixby Creek Bridge completed 1932 On Highway 1, about 15 miles south of Carmel, California Slightly oblique elevation of the arched concrete bridge from the valley side
Purcell, Charles H. (state highway engineer) and F. W. Panhorst (acting bridge engineer) Bixby Creek Bridge completed 1932 On Highway 1, about 15 miles south of Carmel, California View from the valley side of one the bridge's major supports and end of arch
Purcell, Charles H. (state highway engineer) and F. W. Panhorst (acting bridge engineer) Bixby Creek Bridge completed 1932 On Highway 1, about 15 miles south of Carmel, California View of the bridge from near one end and slightly below the top
Purcell, Charles H. (state highway engineer) and F. W. Panhorst (acting bridge engineer) Bixby Creek Bridge completed 1932 On Highway 1, about 15 miles south of Carmel, California View of the bridge from the beach below
Purcell, Charles H. (state highway engineer) and F. W. Panhorst (acting bridge engineer) Bixby Creek Bridge completed 1932 On Highway 1, about 15 miles south of Carmel, California View of the end of the bridge from the beach below
Remwick, James Smithsonian Institution Building 1855 Washington, D.C. Front oblique elevation of a Gothic Revival museum, nicknamed the castle
Remwick, James Smithsonian Institution Building 1855 Washington, D.C. Oblique rear elevation. Built of red sandstone
Remwick, James Smithsonian Institution Building 1855 Washington, D.C. Rear elevation of the "castle". This was the original home of the Smithsonian Museum
Richardson, Henry Hobson William Watts Sherman House 1874-76 Newport, Rhode Island Arts and Crafts
Russell, C. H. Joseph Leonard House 1896 Alameda, California Arts and Crafts
Saarinen, Eliel with Herman Gesellius and Armas Lindgren Villa Hvitträsk (house and studio complex) 1901-04 near Luoma, Finland Arts and Crafts
Sacconi, Count Giuseppe Memorial to Victor Emmanuel II 1884-1911 Rome, Italy Front elevation of an enormous Neo Roman monument to an Italian king
Sangallo, Antonio da & ? Churches of Santa Maria di Loreto & SS. Nome di Maria 1507 & ? Rome, Italy Oblique view of nearly twin churches with domes & cupolas
Saintenoy, Paul Old English Store 1898-99 Brussels, Belgium Art Nouveau
Ernest Sanson (designer) with Willis Polk (supervising architect) Carolands (a.k.a. The Chateau, built for Francis & Harriet Pullman Carolan) 1912-17 Hillsborough, California Northeast? elevation of a French Baroque Revival chateau. This was scene of a tragic murder and attempted murder of two young women by the caretaker in the early 1980's
Ernest Sanson (designer) with Willis Polk (supervising architect) Carolands (a.k.a. The Chateau, built for Francis & Harriet Pullman Carolan) 1912-17 Hillsborough, California Northwest? view of a Chateuesque home built for Francis and Harriet Pullman Carolan. Inspired by the Chateau Vaux le Vicomte in France
Ernest Sanson (designer) with Willis Polk (supervising architect) Carolands (a.k.a. The Chateau, built for Francis & Harriet Pullman Carolan) 1912-17 Hillsborough, California South? elevation of the chateau. Fate of house has been in question for many years
Sansovino, Jacopo d'Antonio Tatti Library and Mint 1537-45 Venice, Italy View from the campanile of Palladio's Church of San Giorgio Maggiore across the Grand Canal toward St. Mark's Square. Library and Mint are at far left. Doges' palace by an unknown architect is the white building in the center
Semper, Gottfried Burgtheater 1873-88 Vienna, Austria Front elevation of a Beaux Arts Neoclassical theater
Sinagua Indians Montezuma Castle Ruins 1200s Montezuma Castle National Monument, Arizona Southwest American Indian Ruins
Sinagua Indians Tuzigoot, Pueblo Ruins circa 1200 Tuzigoot National Monument, Arizona Southwest American Indian Ruins
Slade, Jarvis Morgan Castle Rock 1881 Garrison, NY View of a mock castle on the Hudson River from below
Soufflot, Jacques Germain Pantheon (St. Genevieve) 1758-89 Paris, France Front elevation showing dome and cupola
Soufflot, Jacques Germain Pantheon (St. Genevieve) 1758-89 Paris, France Interior view beneath central dome
Soufflot, Jacques Germain Pantheon (St. Genevieve) 1758-89 Paris, France Exterior view of the dome's columnated base
Soufflot, Jacques Germain Pantheon (St. Genevieve) 1758-89 Paris, France Interior view of lower (innermost) dome with oculus
Soufflot, Jacques Germain Pantheon (St. Genevieve) 1758-89 Paris, France Interior view looking down from lower drum of dome
Soufflot, Jacques Germain Pantheon (St. Genevieve) 1758-89 Paris, France Bridge between innermost and middle dome
Soufflot, Jacques Germain Pantheon (St. Genevieve) 1758-89 Paris, France Interior view looking down through innermost dome's oculus
Soufflot, Jacques Germain Pantheon (St. Genevieve) 1758-89 Paris, France Room at top of outermost dome, just below the cupola
Soufflot, Jacques Germain Pantheon (St. Genevieve) 1758-89 Paris, France View from cupola toward Eiffel tower
Tessin, Nicodemus (the elder), followed by Nicodemus Tessin (the younger), Carl Harleman, and Eric Rehn Drottningholm Palace begun 1662, enlarged 1744-56 Stockholm, Sweden Rear (garden) elevation of a built in the same time period as Versailles
Thomas, John Hudson W. L. Locke House 1911 Oakland, California Art Nouveau
Thomas, John Hudson Pratt - Thomas House 1911 Berkeley, California Art Nouveau
Thornton, William Woodlawn Plantation 1800-05 Mount Vernon, Virginia Front elevation of a Georgian/Federal style home
Vasari, Giorgio Uffizi 1560-74 Florence, Italy Arno river elevation
Weissenburger, Lucien (attributed) School of Nancy Museum (Musée de l'Ecole de Nancy), Aquarium building circa 1904 Nancy, France Art Nouveau
Wright, Frank Lloyd Edwin H. Cheney House 1903 Oak Park, Illinois Front elevation of a single story brick Prairie Style home
Wright, Frank Lloyd Avery Coonley House 1907 Riverside, Illinois Close-up of Harry Robinson's sympathetically remodeled wing, originally the master bedroom area in Wright's design
Wright, Frank Lloyd Avery Coonley House 1907 Riverside, Illinois Detail showing Wright's stylized stained glass windows and intricate wall tiles (redone after the 1977 fire)
Wright, Frank Lloyd Avery Coonley House 1907 Riverside, Illinois Guest wing (now family bedrooms).  The open air passage below leads to the main entry courtyard.
Wright, Frank Lloyd Avery Coonley House 1907 Riverside, Illinois View of the kitchen and service wing, originally with a narrow driveway running beneath to the entry courtyard. The dining room wing is on the right
Wright, Frank Lloyd Avery Coonley House 1907 Riverside, Illinois View of the master bedroom and guest wings. This area was extensively remodeled by a former Wright apprentice years later, adding a sunroom, a garage, and reversing the guest and family bedroom wings
Wright, Frank Lloyd Avery Coonley House (many more photos of this incredible home available via the Internet Archive's copy of Radu Brad's extensive Coonley House site) 1907 Riverside, Illinois View of the original master bedroom (left) and guest wing (right) by Wright. This estate is probably Wright's finest Prairie style design. Original photo from a reprint of Wright's Ausgefuhrte Bauten of 1911
Wright, Frank Lloyd E. Arthur Davenport House 1901 River Forest, Illinois Front elevation of a small 2 story wood and plaster Prairie Style home
Wright, Frank Lloyd E. Arthur Davenport House 1901 River Forest, Illinois Detail of the bay window
Wright, Frank Lloyd Arthur Heurtley House 1902 Oak Park, Illinois Front elevation from left side. Two story brick house in the Prairie style
Wright, Frank Lloyd Arthur Heurtley House 1902 Oak Park, Illinois Front elevation from right side. Two story brick house in the Prairie style
Wright, Frank Lloyd J. Kibben Ingalls House 1909 River Forest, Illinois Oblique front elevation of a medium sized 2 story wood and plaster Prairie Style home
Wright, Frank Lloyd Nathan G. Moore House 1895 Oak Park, Illinois South elevation. Wright's version of the Tudor Style
Wright, Frank Lloyd Loren Pope-Leighey House 1939 Woodlawn Plantation, Mount Vernon, Virginia Front elevation of of a small 1 story wood and brick Usonian home. Entry at porch to right. Bedroom wing at left
Wright, Frank Lloyd Loren Pope-Leighey House 1939 Woodlawn Plantation, Mount Vernon, Virginia Rear elevation showing living room wing. The house was relocated to this site
Wright, Frank Lloyd Loren Pope-Leighey House 1939 Woodlawn Plantation, Mount Vernon, Virginia Side elevation showing living room wing. Service wing and bedrooms partially visible at far right
Wright, Frank Lloyd Ravine Bluffs Development Bridge 1915 Glencoe, Illinois Detail of light post at end of bridge
Wright, Frank Lloyd Ravine Bluffs Development Bridge 1915 Glencoe, Illinois View of entry bridge from the top, showing light posts on end, square planters, and seating area at side of bridge
Wright, Frank Lloyd Ravine Bluffs Development Entry Marker 1915 Glencoe, Illinois Detail of spherical planter and entry marker
Wright, Frank Lloyd Ravine Bluffs Development, William F. Kier House 1915 Glencoe, Illinois Front elevation of a medium sized 2 story wood and plaster Prairie Style home
Wright, Frank Lloyd Ravine Bluffs Development, Charles R. Perry House 1915 Glencoe, Illinois Oblique side elevation from street. A small 2 story wood and plaster Prairie Style home
Wright, Frank Lloyd Ravine Bluffs Development, Hollis R. Root House 1915 Glencoe, Illinois Left front corner view of a small 2 story wood and plaster Prairie Style home
Wright, Frank Lloyd Ravine Bluffs Development, William F. Ross House 1915 Glencoe, Illinois Front elevation of a small 2 story wood and plaster Prairie Style home. Porch at left was not by Wright
Wright, Frank Lloyd Isabel Roberts House 1908 River Forest, Illinois Oblique front elevation of a Prairie Style home as seen through dense greenery
Wright, Frank Lloyd Taliesin West 1937 Scottsdale, Arizona Entry court?  Can't remember exactly where this was taken
Wright, Frank Lloyd Taliesin West 1937 Scottsdale, Arizona Wright's private living quarters at the school/studio. This is the winter home for the school
Wright, Frank Lloyd Mrs. Clinton Walker House 1948 Carmel, California View of the one story stone structure from the north side of the beach
Wright, Frank Lloyd Mrs. Clinton Walker House 1948 Carmel, California View of the house from the south side of the beach, showing living room extending toward the Pacific ocean
Wright, Frank Lloyd Mrs. Clinton Walker House 1948 Carmel, California Closer view of house from the south side, showing corbelled continuous bands of glass in the living room
Wright, Frank Lloyd Ward W. Willits House 1901 Highland Park, Illinois Close up of front elevation, showing the living room wing
Wright, Frank Lloyd Ward W. Willits House 1901 Highland Park, Illinois Front elevation from right side. Most architectural historians consider this as the first home that is fully in the Prairie Style
Wright, Frank Lloyd Ward W. Willits House 1901 Highland Park, Illinois Front elevation from left side. The dining room wing and porch extension are on the left, the living room wing is on the right
Wright, Frank Lloyd Ward W. Willits House 1901 Highland Park, Illinois Front elevation from left side, as seen through the underbrush
Wright, Frank Lloyd Ward W. Willits House 1901 Highland Park, Illinois Right corner view of the living room wing
Wright, Frank Lloyd Ward W. Willits House 1901 Highland Park, Illinois Right corner view of the living room wing, a little further down
Wright, Frank Lloyd William H. Winslow House 1893 River Forest, Illinois Oblique front elevation. Wright's first independent commission after leaving the offices of Adler and Sullivan
Wright, Frank Lloyd Frank Lloyd Wright House and Studio 1889 for House, 1895-98 for Studio Oak Park, Illinois Front elevation. Queen Annish house on right.  Studio in his emerging Prairie Style at left
Wright and Sanders (not F. L. Wright) San Francisco Theological Seminary, Scott Library Hall circa 1892-97 San Anselmo, California Front door elevation of a Richardson Romanesque seminary
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