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Victoria and Albert Museum
Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Kensington. Victoria and Albert Museum. Exterior view: detail of main court pediment showing mosaic work by Reuben Townroe (British sculptor, painter, and watercolorist, ...
Isabel Roberts House
Architecture: Illinois, River Forest. Isabel Roberts House, 603 Edgewood Place. Exterior: general view; house on right is William E. Drummond House. Remodeled by William Drummond (American, act. 20th c.) in 1922 and ...
James Hall Taylor House
Architecture: Illinois, Oak Park. James Hall Taylor House (later Unity Church of the Daily Word), 405 North Euclid Avenue. Exterior: general view. Prairie School style.
St. Pancras Station
Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. St. Pancras Railroad Station. Iron and glass train shed and Victorian Gothic Revival headhouse station and Midland Grand Hotel. Exterior view into main entrance portal, ...
Architecture: California, Los Angeles, Hollywood. Hollyhock (Barnsdall) House on Olive Hill. Exterior: front (west) elevation looking into living room with square pool in front; music room at left and library at right. ...
Palm House (exterior views), Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Architecture: United Kingdom, England, Greater London, Richmond upon Thames, Kew Gardens. Palm House, Royal Botanic Gardens. Wrought-iron frame, glass. (Royal Botanic Gardens is a 300-plus acre public garden and ...
Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. Londonnulls largest meat market and sight of meat provision since the 12th century. Covered hall (London Central Meat Market) build 1851-1866 by Horace Jones with extensions ...
St. Paulnulls Church, Covent Garden
Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Covent Garden. St. Paulnulls Church, on west side of Jonesnull Covent Garden residential square (piazza). Designed for Francis Russell, 4th Earl of Bedford; major renovations ...
Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. Leadenhall Market on site of Roman Londinium basilica (2nd century). Named for Sir John Nevillenulls 14th century lead-roofed mansion house on the grounds of which food was ...