Enlargement Enlargement Enlargement Enlargement At the High Museum. Looking around the internet there appear to be several of these sculptures. One at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is from 1869. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art has another from 1860. How many are there? The marble is supposed to be of Cleopatra contemplating her suicide, and perhaps that is …
The Ritz-Carlton at Ellis Street, Downtown Atlanta, 2012 Enlargement
Enlargement Enlargement Portraits of the Chauncey Bradley Ives’ sculpture “Jephthah’s Daughter”. Marble. Late 1860s. High Museum of Art.
Enlargement Enlargement Portraits of the marble bust “Resignation”, by Erastus Dow Palmer, 1854. High Museum of Art. 2012
Sofas at the High but not in the High Museum of Art Collection (part of a series) with Aaron Kearns, Dec 26 2012 Enlargement And another photo of my boy who spent his time sketching statues and sofas.
Dec 23, 2012, View down Ponce de Leon to Midtown, Atlanta Enlargement Below is the same rapidly changing sky seen a few minutes beforehand, from another part of Atlanta, further out. Enlargement
Truck Driver, Forsyth Street, Atlanta Enlargement
The Mayfair and Piedmont Park in Winter Enlargement
40 Marietta Street, Atlanta Enlargement
Forsyth Street, Atlanta, Dec 2012 Enlargement
John Portman Blvd, Downtown Atlanta, Dec 2012 Enlargement
191 Peachtree Tower from Forsyth Street, Atlanta Enlargement