Category Archives: Travelogue

Inspired Places & Spaces: Inspiration from the ICAA Paris Drawing Tour

Follow the ICAA daily from April 24th through April 30th as we study the classical architecture, interiors, and landscapes of Paris through observational drawing and painting. Based on the ICAA’s annual Rome Drawing Tour, the Paris program is led by prominent … Read more »

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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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