An astounding plot in Durham’s Maplewood Cemetery with three monumental axes.
I was astounded to find a Perusine church cite one of my favorites in Rome.
The Kates monument in Laurel Hill gets us to the name of the quarry that contracted several works discussed here.
The most expensive monument in the cemetery supports the posturings of the Slifer family.
A wondrous trompe l’oeil effect created by the landscape architect of the Conarroe plot in Laurel Hill.
The Rueger monument in Hollywood Cemetery is a nice example of art we sadly no longer see in American cemeteries.
A finicky, complicated beaux-arts confection is the focus of a close analysis. I deploy every food metaphor I could in the process.
A grand beaux-arts monument evolves to something charming.
A wondrous collection of terra cotta architectural elements in Dupont Circle.