Category Archives: Travelogue

Rome Drawing Tour 2015

From June 6th to the 13th, the ICAA held its annual Rome Drawing Tour. Classical enthusiasts gathered for a weeklong series of lectures, drawing and watercolor sessions. Instructors and tour leaders David Pearson, Selena Anders, and Stephen Harby focused on … Read more »

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Friday Image: Mount Stewart Temple of Winds

Mount Stewart Temple of Winds (James Stuart, 1765) overlooking Strangford Lough, Northern Ireland; taken by Calder Loth during the Institute’s Great Country Houses & Gardens of Northern Ireland & The Republic tour in May 2013. Calder Loth is Senior Architectural … Read more »

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ATTINGHAM SUMMER SCHOOL 2012

By Barbara Eberlein, Philadelphia Chapter President Eberlein Design Consultants Ltd., Philadelphia, PA When it became clear that I might finally have in requisite order the running of a busy design firm (and even busier children!) allowing me at last to … Read more »

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Lutyens Resumed, Lorimer Revealed

NORFOLK, YORKSHIRE & SCOTLAND: COUNTRY HOUSES OF SIR EDWIN LUTYENS & SIR ROBERT LORIMER May 17 – 25, 2012 Arranged by Classical Excursions By Thomas Hayes, Director of Classical Excursions Paul Waite, our remarkable tour leader and trustee of The … Read more »

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Roam around Rome: A Look Back

by Elizabeth Deans 2011 Rome Drawing and Painting Tour participant A mystical place so rich in culture, so prolific in architecture, and so seductive in its ambiance creates the ideal destination for artists and architects alike. This is Rome. Over … Read more »

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Rome: Past is Present

by Leah Aron I am thrilled to be leading the Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America’s annual Rome Drawing and Painting Tour (June 11-18, 2011) for the third consecutive year. My experience the past two summers has informed the … Read more »

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