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Secular Architecture from North America

Architectural Elements, Secular, North America

Works of Art (18)

Delmonico Building, 1926, Charles Sheeler (American), Lithograph (68.728)
[Doylestown House—The Stove], 1917, Charles Sheeler (American), Gelatin silver print (33.43.259)
Ericstan for John J. Herrick, Tarrytown, New York (rear elevation), 1855–59, Alexander J. Davis (American), Watercolor, ink, and graphite on paper (24.66.10)
The Flatiron, 1904, Edward Steichen (American, born Luxembourg), Gum bichromate over platinum print (33.43.43)
Golden Gate, 1955, Charles Sheeler (American), Oil on canvas (55.99)
Industrial Series, #1, 1928, Charles Sheeler (American), Lithograph (66.593)
Landscape with Tower, ca. 1838, Thomas Cole (American), Graphite on off-white wove paper (26.216.20)
Living room from the Little House, Wayzata, Minnesota, 1912–14, Frank Lloyd Wright (American) (1972.60.1)
Loggia from Laurelton Hall, Oyster Bay, New York, ca. 1905, Louis Comfort Tiffany (American), Limestone, ceramic, glass (1978.10.1)
Mantel, ca. 1825–30, Italy, Marble (1999.126)
The Open Door, 1932, Charles Sheeler (American), Conté crayon on paper, mounted on cardboard (1992.24.7)
Parlor from the James Duncan Jr. House, Haverill, Massachusetts, ca. 1805, American, White pine and plaster (12.121)
Parlor from the William C. Williams House, 1810–11, Richmond, Virginia, Mahogany and marble (68.137)
The Parthenon, 1871, Frederic Edwin Church (American), Oil on canvas (15.30.67)
Room and staircase from the John Wentworth House, 1695–1700, Portsmouth, New Hampshire (26.290)
Stained-glass window, ca. 1656, Evert Duyckinck (American), New York City, Painted leaded glass (52.77.46)
Vanderbilt Mantelpiece, ca. 1881–83, Augustus Saint-Gaudens (American), Marble, mosaic, oak, and cast iron (25.234)
Window from J. G. Cross House, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1911, George Grant Elmslie (American); Purcell, Feick and Elmslie (American, Minneapolis, Minnesota (and later Chicago, Illinois), Leaded glass (1972.20.2)