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Join Marilyn Satin Kushner, New-York Historical's curator of prints, photographs, and architectural collections, as she presents the exhibition, The Art of Architecture: Beaux-Arts Drawings from the Peter May Collection, in conversation with Maureen Cassidy-Geiger, editor and co-author of the impressive catalogue of this vast yet little-known private collection. Explore Beaux-Arts architecture and training in Europe, its influence on American architecture, and how Peter May amassed this superb collection.
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Photo: Henry Guillot de Juilly (1822- ca. 1906). Twelve-hour assignment for a garden ballroom: elevation, plan and cross-section, 1846.