A reader has identified the location of the classical array atop this post. See its conclusion.
As a board member of the New England Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, I am greatly pleased to learn that the ICAA has received the 2014 Heritage Award of the Royal Oak Foundation. The Foundation is an American organization that supports the work of Britain’s top preservation organization, the National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The Foundation promotes the values of classical architecture and its allied arts in America and in Britain.
The award is given “in recognition of institutions or individuals in Britain or the United States that have substantially advanced the understanding and appreciation of our shared cultural heritage.” This recognition was accepted by the Institute’s board chairman, Mark Ferguson, in a ceremony at the Foundation’s headquarters on West 35th St., in New York City. Here are the illustrated remarks of Chairman Ferguson, as recorded in the Institute’s Classicist Blog, on…
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