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Handcolored print of Bridge, Mermaid Tavern & Bankside Approach to Globe Theatre, Shakespeare Village in the Boston Fens, 1916

AR003.002.09.004a (RS131208)

Description

An architectural sketch of the riverside approach to the Globe Theatre in the Shakespeare Village, with a building, bridge and the Charles River. This print was framed and exhibited in the 1916 "Joint Exhibition of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Sculpture, and the Allied Arts." Each print is colored with either watercolor or an ink wash. The framed prints are also numbered--this is number 3.

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Details

Collection Name
Frank Chouteau Brown professional architectural collection
Collection Code
AR003
Dates
1916
Acquisition Type
Library & Archives Purchase
Date of Acquisition
1980
Physical Description
1 print with watercolor or ink
Dimensions
14.5x 24.25(HxW) (inches)
Collection Type
Architectural and Cartographic Materials
Description Level
Item
GUSN
252587
Reference Code
AR003.002.09.004a

Record details

Originator
Brown, Frank Chouteau, 1876-1947 (Delineator)
Descriptive Terms
anniversaries
festivals
rivers
villages
Material Type
prints (visual works)
Subjects
Shakespeare
Places
Boston (Suffolk county, Massachusetts)
Charles (Massachusetts) [river]
Location Note
Vertical file 3: dr. 14

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