Alley House, 1846
Architectural Drawings; Watercolors; Houses; Dwellings; Doors & Doorways; Windows; Shutters; Porches; Columns; Balconies; Hand Railings; Woodwork; Roofs; Chimneys; Moldings; Men; Women; Trees; Landscapes (Representations); Tuskegee, AL; Macon County, AL
This image is a watercolor painting of the Alley House in Tuskegee, Alabama done by Eugene L. Bothwell in 1932. The house was built in 1846. The painting shows the front exterior of the house with its doors, windows, shutters, two story columned porch, steps, balcony, hand railing, columned side porch, sloped roof, and two chimneys surrounded by trees and landscaping. There is a couple in period dress on the walkway leading to the house. The house is placed within framing art showing its architectural features including the molding under the roof, side and top views of the columns, various scales, and the wooden railing from the balcony. In the lower right corner, there is an Alabama Polytechnic Institute School of Architecture stamp and the author's signature and date. Above the stamp there is a gold star sticker with a handwritten inscription "1st Medal." The painting is in good condition, with four small spots of discoloration in the lower left corner, and is encapsulated.
Bothwell, Eugene L. (rendering)
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Tuskegee -- Macon County -- Alabama
Still Image Item Type Metadata
94 x 131 cm