September 23, 2018
1100 block W Belmont [John Morris/Chicago Patterns]
I own several pieces of Sullivanesque, and as a sculptor I’ve made a design for a client’s townhouse in Chicago when he couldn’t find anything suitable.
Now I am working on a model of one of his 1894 James Scoville building terracotta pieces after finding a photo of one on a Virginia museum’s web site.
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