NYC - Theatre District: Broadhurst Theatre
Mirror images of each other, the Broadhurst and the neighboring Plymouth Theatre, which opened within two weeks of eachother, were the brainchild of architect Herbert J. Krapp, and were his first independent commissions. While the two playhouses are nearly identical on the outside, the Broadhurst's interior employs Doric columns, and Greek-style cornices and friezes. Its spare exterior is decorated with brickwork, enhanced by touches of stone and terra-cotta trim. Built back-to-back with the…
Photos taken almost 40 years apart show how London's streets have changed
A collection of photographs taken almost 40 years apart show how London's streets have changed. In 1973, civil servant John Hutchinson photographed areas in London which were under threat of redevelopment. He feared the Victorian buildings that had survived the Blitz would be lost forever, so he set out to photograph them for posterity.
The Gilded Rage: Photo
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