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BUILDING NAME LOCATION DATE ARCHITECT DESCRIPTION & LINK
Ravine Bluffs Development Bridge Glencoe, Illinois 1915 Frank Lloyd Wright Detail of light post at end of bridge
Ravine Bluffs Development Bridge Glencoe, Illinois 1915 Frank Lloyd Wright View of entry bridge from the top, showing light posts on end, square planters, and seating area at side of bridge
Ravine Bluffs Development Entry Marker Glencoe, Illinois 1915 Frank Lloyd Wright Detail of spherical planter and entry marker
Ravine Bluffs Development, Kier House (William F. Kier House) Glencoe, Illinois 1915 Frank Lloyd Wright Front elevation of a medium sized 2 story wood and plaster Prairie Style home
Ravine Bluffs Development, Perry House (Charles R. Perry House) Glencoe, Illinois 1915 Frank Lloyd Wright Oblique side elevation from street. A small 2 story wood and plaster Prairie Style home
Ravine Bluffs Development, Root House (Hollis R. Root House) Glencoe, Illinois 1915 Frank Lloyd Wright Left front corner view of a small 2 story wood and plaster Prairie Style home
Ravine Bluffs Development, Ross House (William F. Ross House) Glencoe, Illinois 1915 Frank Lloyd Wright Front elevation of a small 2 story wood and plaster Prairie Style home. Porch at left was not by Wright
Roberts House (Isabel Roberts House) River Forest, Illinois 1908 Frank Lloyd Wright Oblique front elevation of a Prairie Style home as seen through dense greenery
Read House (George Read II House) New Castle, Delaware before 1804 Unknown Architect Front elevation of a Georgian home
Reims Cathedral Reims, France 1211-90 Jean d' Orbais (et. al.) Front elevation of a High Gothic cathedral
Reims Cathedral Reims, France 1211-90 Jean d' Orbais (et. al.) Back view of church showing flying buttresses
Rheinstein Castle (Schloss Rheinstein) Trechtingshausen, Germany circa 1279 Unknown Architect View of castle from the Rhine (Rhein) river
Richelieu - Chateau Richelieu (Château de Richelieu) Richelieu, France 1631 Jacques & Pierre Lemercier Drawing of the front elevation of a chateau (now destroyed) built for Cardinal de Richelieu, First Minister to Louis XIII of France. The town and chateau were considered a marvel of French Baroque town planning
Roman Forum Rome, Italy begun around 179 B.C. Unknown Architect Exterior view of foundation and walls of one of the Baths? Not sure exactly where taken
Rose House (William M. Rose House) San Francisco, California 1900 William Knowles Arts and Crafts
Rouen Cathedral (Cathedral Notre-Dame) Rouen, France begun 12C Unknown Architect Interior view of a Gothic church, showing a handsome stone stair
Sacred Heart, Church of the (Sacré-Coeur Basilica) Paris, France begun 1876 Paul Abadie Aerial view of a large Neo Roman Byzantine style church
Sacred Heart, Church of the (Sacré-Coeur Basilica) Paris, France begun 1876 Paul Abadie Night view of church with domes and cupolas
St. Andrew at the Quirinal Church (Sant' Andrea al Quirinale) Rome, Italy 1658-70 Gianlorenzo Bernini Oblique front elevation of a small Italian Baroque church
St. Charles with the Four Fountains Church (San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane) Rome, Italy 1637-41 Francesco Borromini Interior of dome & lantern/ cupola
St. George Major Church (San Giorgio Maggiore) Venice, Italy 1566 Andrea Palladio View of main dome & cupola from campanile
St. George Major Church (San Giorgio Maggiore) Venice, Italy 1566 Andrea Palladio View of the cloister from the campanile
St. John's Episcopal Church Monterey, California 1891 Ernest Coxhead Arts and Crafts
St. John's Presbyterian Church Sausalito, California 1905 Ernest Coxhead Arts and Crafts
St. Lawrence Church (San Lorenzo) Turin, Italy 1668-87 Guarino Guarini Front elevation with tower/ cupola
St. Lawrence Church (San Lorenzo) Turin, Italy 1668-87 Guarino Guarini Interior view of dome & cupola
St. Lawrence, Temple of (Tempio di San Lorenzo)? Vicenza, Italy 15C Unknown Architect Interesting lion sculpture supporting a column. Flanks main entry to church
St. Mark's Basilica (Basilica San Marco) Venice, Italy 1063-1600's Unknown Architect Side view of church with dome & cupola
St. Mary of Salvation Church (Santa Maria della Salute) Venice, Italy 1631-87 Baldassare Longhena Canal view of church with domes & cupolas
St. Olaf's? (English Church) Balestrand, Norway 1897 Unknown Architect Front view of a vernacular church with cupola acting as steeple
St. Olaf's? (English Church) Balestrand, Norway 1897 Unknown Architect Rear view of a vernacular church with a cupola acting as a lantern
St. Peter's Basilica, i.e. The Vatican (Basilica di San Pietro) Rome, Italy 1588-90 Giacomo della Porta, et. al. Aerial view of Vatican showing main dome and cupola
St. Peter's Basilica, i.e. The Vatican (Basilica di San Pietro) Rome, Italy 1588-90 Giacomo della Porta, et. al. Silhouette of the Vatican at sunset. Taken from across the Tiber River
St. Peter's Basilica, i.e. The Vatican (Basilica di San Pietro) Rome, Italy 1588-90 Giacomo della Porta, et. al. View of smaller lantern/cupolas & main dome
St. Peter's Square (Piazza San Pietro) Rome, Italy 1656-67 Gianlorenzo Bernini General view of the elliptical square, colonnade, and central obelisk from the steps of St. Peter's Basilica (Vatican)
St. Peter's Square (Piazza San Pietro) Rome, Italy 1656-67 Gianlorenzo Bernini View looking down the passage between two rows of columns
San Francisco Theological Seminary, Scott Library Hall San Anselmo, California circa 1892-97 Wright and Sanders (not F. L. Wright) Front door elevation of a Richardson Romanesque seminary
Santa Maria di Loreto & SS. Nome di Maria, Churches of Rome, Italy 1507 & ? Antonio da Sangallo, & ? Oblique view of nearly twin churches with domes & cupolas
San Miniato al Monte Church Florence, Italy 1090 Unknown Architect Front elevation of a Romanesque church. The colored marble facing influenced later Florentine Renaissance architecture
Saumur - Chateau Saumur (Château de Saumur) Saumur, France 14C Unknown Architect, built under Louis I & II, Dukes of Anjou Clasp of the corner tower to the right of the main entry
Saumur - Chateau Saumur (Château de Saumur) Saumur, France 14C Unknown Architect, built under Louis I & II Front and right elevations of a medieval castle. Entry is obscured by foliage
Saumur - Chateau Saumur (Château de Saumur) Saumur, France 14C Unknown Architect, built under Louis I & II Side elevation of a medieval turreted castle
School of Nancy Museum (Musée de l'Ecole de Nancy) Nancy, France 1870, original construction, later additions Unknown Architect Art Nouveau associations
School of Nancy Museum (Musée de l'Ecole de Nancy), Garden Pavilion, probably a funereal vault Nancy, France circa 1901 Unknown, possibly Girard? (architect) and Pierre Roche (sculptor) Art Nouveau
School of Nancy Museum (Musée de l'Ecole de Nancy), Aquarium building Nancy, France circa 1904 Lucien Weissenburger (attributed) Art Nouveau
Sherman House (William Watts Sherman House) Newport, Rhode Island 1874-76 Henry Hobson Richardson Arts and Crafts
Smithsonian Institution Building Washington, D.C. 1855 James Remwick Front oblique elevation of a Gothic Revival museum, nicknamed the castle
Smithsonian Institution Building Washington, D.C. 1855 James Remwick Oblique rear elevation. Built of red sandstone
Smithsonian Institution Building Washington, D.C. 1855 James Remwick Rear elevation of the "castle". This was the original home of the Smithsonian Museum
Solvay house (Hôtel Ernest Solvay) Brussels, Belgium 1894-1903 Victor Horta Art Nouveau
Spanish Stairs Rome, Italy 1723-25 Francesco De Sanctis with Alessandro Specchi View of a monumental Baroque stairway
Stadtmuller House (Edwin W. Stadtmuller House) San Francisco, California ca. 1908 William Knowles Arts and Crafts
Stolzenfels Castle (Schloss Stolzenfels) near Koblenz, Germany 1250 Unknown Architect View of castle from the Rhine (Rhein) river. Rebuilt in 1836 by the architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Stratford Hall Stratford, Virginia 1738 Unknown Architect, commissioned by Thomas Lee Rear elevation (away from Potomac River). This was the Lee family plantation
Stratford Hall Stratford, Virginia 1738 Unknown Architect, commissioned by Thomas Lee Land facing door elevation of a federal style plantation
Taliesin West Scottsdale, Arizona 1937 Frank Lloyd Wright Entry court?  Can't remember exactly where this was taken
Taliesin West Scottsdale, Arizona 1937 Frank Lloyd Wright Wright's private living quarters at the school/studio. This is the winter home for the school
Tassel House (Hôtel Emile Tassel) Brussels, Belgium 1893-97 Victor Horta Art Nouveau
Temple of Love (in the Trianons at the Palace of Versailles) Versailles, France circa 1775 Richard Mique Serene, garden temple built on a small island
Tor House Carmel, California 1914-27 Robinson Jeffers Rear view (ocean side) of a stone craftsman home and its medieval looking stone tower
Tour de l'Horlage? (Old City Gate) Amboise, France 1490's Unknown Architect Elevation of tower/ gate with polygonal belfry/ cupola
Tuzigoot, Pueblo Ruins Tuzigoot National Monument, Arizona circa 1200 Sinagua Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Uffizi Florence, Italy 1560-74 Giorgio Vasari Arno river elevation
United States Capitol Columns, Grouping of Old Washington, D.C. 1988 Russell Page Columns salvaged from a U.S. capitol renovation and re-sited by Page as a freestanding sculpture in the U.S. National Arboretum
University of Virginia Rotunda Charlottesville, Virginia 1817-26 Thomas Jefferson, with help of Benjamin Latrobe View of the library from the Quad. It was inspired by the Pantheon in Rome
University of Virginia Rotunda Charlottesville, Virginia 1817-26 Thomas Jefferson, with help of Benjamin Latrobe View of the library interior, beneath the dome
Unknown Building 1 Ronchamp, France early 20C? Unknown Architect Belvedere/cupola on tower
Unknown Building 2 Split, Croatia (formerly Yugoslavia) circa 1900? Unknown Architect Art Nouveau
Unknown Church 1 Ferndale, California 1870s Unknown Architect Corner view of front and left side of a Carpenter Gothic Victorian church
Unknown Church 1 Ferndale, California 1870s Unknown Architect Rear and side elevations
Unknown Church 1 Ferndale, California 1870s Unknown Architect Side elevation of an abandoned church
Unknown Commercial Building 2 Lewes, Delaware late 19C Unknown Architect Front elevation of a nicely restored Italianate Victorian business building
Unknown Commercial Building 2 Lewes, Delaware late 19C Unknown Architect View of the red brick building from the street corner
Unknown Commercial Building 3 Janesville, Wisconsin late 19C Unknown Architect Detail of the portico. Paint scheme was done in the heyday of the 1980s Postmodern craze. Sadly, it was later redone in its original all white scheme
Unknown Commercial Building 3 Janesville, Wisconsin late 19C Unknown Architect Front elevation of a late 19C Victorian commercial building block with a Greek Revival portico (probably a mid 20C addition)
Unknown House 1 Janesville, Wisconsin 1859-61 Unknown Architect Front elevation of a transitional Greek Revival/ Italianate home that was common to this part of the country
Unknown House 2 Janesville, Wisconsin circa 1860s Unknown Architect Front and right elevation of a handsome Italianate Victorian home with a gentile front porch
Unknown House 2 Janesville, Wisconsin circa 1860s Unknown Architect Left elevation from the street corner
Unknown House 3 Janesville, Wisconsin circa 1860s Unknown Architect Front (left, on street) and side (right) elevations of a fairly restrained Queen Anne Victorian home
Unknown Mausoleum 1 Paris, France 19C? Unknown Architect View of the stained glass inside a mausoleum at Père Lachaise cemetery
Unknown Multi-family Housing Tapiola, Finland circa 1975? Unknown Architect Walkway along a cascading series of rectangular housing units in a new planned community
Unknown row house Zurenborg District. Antwerp, Belgium 1904 Jacques De Weerdt Art Nouveau
Unknown row house Zurenborg District. Antwerp, Belgium 1904 Jules Hofman Art Nouveau
Unknown Row House 1 Antwerp, Belgium circa 1890? Unknown Architect Oblique front elevation of a brick and stone Belgian Victorian with an almost Stick Style protruding bay
Unknown Row House 2 Antwerp, Belgium circa 1890? Unknown Architect Oblique front elevation of a medieval half timber Belgian Victorian revival
Unknown row houses Zurenborg District. Antwerp, Belgium 1913 Jacques De Weerdt Art Nouveau
Unknown Shingle Style House Newport, Rhode Island ca. 1885 Unknown Architect Arts and Crafts
Usse - Chateau Usse (Château d' Usse) Usse, France 15C Unknown Architect Right half of front elevation. Main entry is at left
Usse - Chateau Usse (Château d' Usse) Usse, France 15C Unknown Architect Slightly oblique front elevation. Main entry is in the center
Vaux le Vicomte - Chateau Vaux le Vicomte (Château de Vaux le Vicomte) near Melun, France 1656-61 Louis Le Vau (architect), André Le Nôtre (landscape architect), & Charles Lebrun (interiors) Aerial view of the chateau and gardens looking toward the side and rear (garden) facades
Vaux le Vicomte - Chateau Vaux le Vicomte (Château de Vaux le Vicomte) near Melun, France 1656-61 Louis Le Vau with André Le Nôtre & Charles Lebrun Front elevation on an overcast day
Vaux le Vicomte - Chateau Vaux le Vicomte (Château de Vaux le Vicomte) near Melun, France 1656-61 Louis Le Vau with André Le Nôtre & Charles Lebrun Garden elevation of the Baroque chateau that was the prototype for the Palace of Versailles
Vaux le Vicomte - Chateau Vaux le Vicomte (Château de Vaux le Vicomte) near Melun, France 1656-61 Louis Le Vau with André Le Nôtre & Charles Lebrun Interior view of the Grand Salon (ballroom)
Vaux le Vicomte - Chateau Vaux le Vicomte (Château de Vaux le Vicomte) near Melun, France 1656-61 Louis Le Vau with André Le Nôtre & Charles Lebrun Oblique front (north) and west elevations as seen from the side lawn
Vaux le Vicomte - Chateau Vaux le Vicomte (Château de Vaux le Vicomte) near Melun, France 1656-61 Louis Le Vau with André Le Nôtre & Charles Lebrun Rear (south or garden) elevation as seen from a fountain along the main axis. Domed area at the center covers the ballroom
Vaux le Vicomte - Chateau Vaux le Vicomte (Château de Vaux le Vicomte) near Melun, France 1656-61 Louis Le Vau with André Le Nôtre & Charles Lebrun Side & Rear elevation showing dome and cupola above ballroom
Versailles - Palace of Versailles, Gobelins Factory Housing (Château de Versailles) Versailles, France begun 1678 Jules Hardouin-Mansart A view of the dormitories built for the artisans who worked on the Palace of Versailles. These are behind the Lesser Stables which face the palace
Versailles - Palace of Versailles, Gateway to Minister's Court (Château de Versailles) Versailles, France mostly 1669 and later Louis Le Vau (followed by Jules Hardouin- Mansart and Ange Jacques Gabriel) Partial front elevation of the chateau. This area was lined by wings for ministers and government officials
Versailles - Palace of Versailles, Entrance Plaza (Place d'Armes) Versailles, France mostly 1669 and later Louis Le Vau (followed by Jules Hardouin- Mansart and Ange Jacques Gabriel) Partial front elevation from near the end of the Avenue de Paris. Much imitated, enormous French Baroque chateau
Versailles - Palace of Versailles, Entrance Plaza (Place d'Armes) Versailles, France mostly 1669 and later Louis Le Vau (followed by Jules Hardouin- Mansart and Ange Jacques Gabriel) Partial front elevation. The two closest (and outermost) wings define the Minister's Court, with the temple like structures marking the start of the Royal Court. The taller building toward the right is the Gabriel's royal chapel
Versailles - Palace of Versailles, Lesser Stables (Château de Versailles) Versailles, France begun 1678 Jules Hardouin-Mansart View of the side one of the twin Royal Stable buildings, looking down the Avenue de Paris
Versailles - Palace of Versailles, Orangerie & Garden Facade (Château de Versailles) Versailles, France 1669-85 Jules Hardouin-Mansart and earlier, Louis Le Vau View of the Palace's Garden elevation from the base of the stairway leading to the conservatory (Orangerie) courtyard. Orangerie by Hardouin-Mansart. Garden facade first by Le Vau, then altered later by Hardouin-Mansart
Versailles - Palace of Versailles, Orangerie & Garden Facade (Château de Versailles) Versailles, France 1669-85 Jules Hardouin-Mansart and earlier, Louis Le Vau View of the Palace's Garden elevation from the stairway leading to the conservatory courtyard
Versailles - Palace of Versailles, Royal Court (Château de Versailles) Versailles, France begun 1623 Philibert Le Roy, (later Louis Le Vau) Front elevation of the oldest section of the chateau. This area was restricted to the Royal Family, princes, and peers. Furthest back is the Marble Court, with the kings bedroom at the center of the second level
Versailles - Palace of Versailles, the Gardens (Jardin de Versailles) Versailles, France 1667-90 André Le Nôtre View down one of the avenues of sycamore trees in early Spring
Versailles - Palace of Versailles, the Gardens (Jardin de Versailles) Versailles, France 1667-90 André Le Nôtre View down the major East-West axis, with the Tapis Vert (Green Carpet) in the foreground and the Grand Canal in the background, leading off into infinity
Versailles - Palace of Versailles, the Gardens (Jardin de Versailles) Versailles, France 1667-90 André Le Nôtre View of the Apollo Basin, a Baroque fountain sculpture by Tuby. Located at the end of the Tapis Vert and beginning of the Grand Canal
Villandry - Chateau Villandry (Château de Villandry) Villandry, France 16C Unknown Architect, built under Jean le Breton View of the chateau from the 16C designed gardens. Shows some influence of the French Renaissance
Villa Rotonda Vicenza, Italy 1567 Andrea Palladio Front elevation of a very influential Palladian villa
Villa Rotonda Vicenza, Italy 1567 Andrea Palladio View of the Mannerist masterpiece from one corner
Villa Savoie (Private House) Poisse, France 1929-31 Le Corbusier (Charles Édouard Jeanneret) Interior view of the tile bathroom plunge and chaise lounge
Villa Savoie (Private House) Poisse, France 1929-31 Le Corbusier (Charles Édouard Jeanneret) Oblique view of house from the street, looking through the outermost perimeter fence
Villa Savoie (Private House) Poisse, France 1929-31 Le Corbusier (Charles Édouard Jeanneret) Slightly oblique left elevation (at right), which faces the school. Front door elevation at left faces away from the street
Villa Savoie (Private House) Poisse, France 1929-31 Le Corbusier (Charles Édouard Jeanneret) Spiral staircase and adjacent ramp as seen from the first floor main entry hall
Villa Savoie (Private House) Poisse, France 1929-31 Le Corbusier (Charles Édouard Jeanneret) Street elevation at right and left elevation (facing school) with its second floor garden terrace
Villa Savoie (Private House) Poisse, France 1929-31 Le Corbusier (Charles Édouard Jeanneret) View looking into the second floor living room from the garden terrace
Villa Savoie (Private House) Poisse, France 1929-31 Le Corbusier (Charles Édouard Jeanneret) View of the house from the brambles and last perimeter fence. The side with the columns faces the school and the elevation (at right) faces the street
Villa Savoie (Private House) Poisse, France 1929-31 Le Corbusier (Charles Édouard Jeanneret) View of house from the right side, looking through another perimeter fence. The big building in the background is a school
Villa Savoie (Private House) Poisse, France 1929-31 Le Corbusier (Charles Édouard Jeanneret) View of the ramp from the second floor garden terrace
Villa Savoie (Private House) Poisse, France 1929-31 Le Corbusier (Charles Édouard Jeanneret) View of the second floor living room and its "ribbon" windows
Walker House (Mrs. Clinton Walker House) Carmel, California 1948 Frank Lloyd Wright View of the one story stone structure from the north side of the beach
Walker House (Mrs. Clinton Walker House) Carmel, California 1948 Frank Lloyd Wright View of the house from the south side of the beach, showing living room extending toward the Pacific ocean
Walker House (Mrs. Clinton Walker House) Carmel, California 1948 Frank Lloyd Wright Closer view of house from the south side, showing corbelled continuous bands of glass in the living room
Weber House (Julius Rehn Weber House; a.k.a. Julian Waybur House) San Francisco, California 1902 Ernest Coxhead Arts and Crafts
Weber and Porter Houses (Julius Rehn Weber and Bruce & Robert Porter Houses) San Francisco, California 1902 & 1904 Ernest Coxhead Arts and Crafts
Willits House (Ward W. Willits House) Highland Park, Illinois 1901 Frank Lloyd Wright Close up of front elevation, showing the living room wing
Willits House (Ward W. Willits House) Highland Park, Illinois 1901 Frank Lloyd Wright Front elevation from right side. Most architectural historians consider this as the first home that is fully in the Prairie Style
Willits House (Ward W. Willits House) Highland Park, Illinois 1901 Frank Lloyd Wright Front elevation from left side. The dining room wing and porch extension are on the left, the living room wing is on the right
Willits House (Ward W. Willits House) Highland Park, Illinois 1901 Frank Lloyd Wright Front elevation from left side, as seen through the underbrush
Willits House (Ward W. Willits House) Highland Park, Illinois 1901 Frank Lloyd Wright Right corner view of the living room wing
Willits House (Ward W. Willits House) Highland Park, Illinois 1901 Frank Lloyd Wright Right corner view of the living room wing, a little further down
Winslow House (William H. Winslow House) River Forest, Illinois 1893 Frank Lloyd Wright Oblique front elevation. Wright's first independent commission after leaving the offices of Adler and Sullivan
Wisconsin State Capitol Building Madison, Wisconsin 1917 George Browne Post and Sons Beaux Arts Neoclassical
Woodlawn Plantation Mount Vernon, Virginia 1800-05 William Thornton Front elevation of a Georgian/ Federal style home
Wright House and Studio (Frank Lloyd Wright House) Oak Park, Illinois 1889 for House, 1895-98 for Studio Frank Lloyd Wright Front elevation. Queen Annish house on right.  Studio in his emerging Prairie Style at left
Wupatki, Citadel Ruin Wupatki National Monument, Arizona 12C Anasazi Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Wupatki, Wukoki Ruin Wupatki National Monument, Arizona 12C Anasazi Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Wythe House (George Wythe) Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia 1750-55 Unknown Architect Front elevation of a Federal Style home
Zwaanendael Museum Lewes, Delaware 1931 Unknown Architect Front and right elevation of a Dutch Baroque Revival building. It was built as a replica of the City Hall in Hoorn, Netherlands
Zwaanendael Museum Lewes, Delaware 1931 Unknown Architect Front elevation of a tall and narrow brick and stone building
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