Echols-Newton House, 1855-1933
Architectural drawings; Watercolors; Houses; Dwellings; Doors & doorways; Windows; Shutters; Balconies; Hand railings; Porches; Columns; Roofs; Chimneys; Stairways; Woodwork; Men; Women; Horses; Carriages & coaches; Trees; Landscapes (Representations)
This image is a watercolor painting of the Echols-Newton House in Auburn, Alabama by Robert K. Williams done in 1933. The house was built in 1855. The painting shows the front exterior of the house with its doors, windows, shutters, balcony, railings, columned porch, steps, peaked roof, and two chimneys flanked by trees and landscaping. There is a horse and carriage and people in period costume in front of it. The house is placed within framing art showing its architectural features including the floor plan, various scales, a wooden staircase and its overhead view, and a corner of the roof. In the lower right corner, there is an Alabama Polytechnic Institute School of Architecture stamp with the handwritten inscription "2nd Medal" and the artist's information block which reads: "A measured drawing, the Echols House, Auburn, Ala., Ala. Poly. Inst., Robert K. Williams." The painting is in excellent condition and is encapsulated.
Williams, Robert K. (rendering)
Auburn University Libraries. Special Collections and Archives Dept. Architecture, School of -- Architectural Renderings Student Projects
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Auburn -- Lee County -- Alabama
Still Image Item Type Metadata
99 x 143 cm