Examples of twentieth-century design on display at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) Art Museum. I was soon told that I shouldn’t be taking photographs. Whoops.
From Boston and Providence, October 2009
What began as a very dull day in Providence quickly turned in to a very wet day as the rain poured.
The ceiling of the rotunda in the Rhode Island State House. The four figures are the personifications of Justitia, Educatio, Commercium, and Litera.
The Senate chamber in the Rhode Island State House. (Five photos stitched together.)
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The chamber for the House of Representatives in the Rhode Island State House. (Five photos stitched together.)
The Governor’s reception room in the Rhode Island State House. (Three photos stitched together.)
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The portrait of George Washington in the Governor’s reception room in the Rhode Island State House.
The Governor’s reception room in the Rhode Island State House.
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The rotunda of the Rhode Island State House. When I was there preparations were being made for some event where the Governor would preside.
The original proclamation of Charles II establishing the colony of Rhode Island and the Providence Plantations (as the state is still officially known). The proclamation is kept in a strong steel box.
The Rhode Island State House.
The main concourse of Boston South Station.
Figures walk through the pillars of steam at the New England Holocaust Memorial.
The Old State House at night.