Cityscapes by Ben Aronson

Yellow Awning, Paris by Ben Aronson

Yellow Awning, Paris by Ben Aronson

Ben Aronson grew up in Sudbury, MA and studied Painting at Boston University. After receiving his MFA, he traveled through Europe and also worked for a time as an architectural illustrator.
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Chicago Cultural Center by Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge

Chicago Cultural Center

The Chicago Cultural Center, wow! Where to even begin? Designed by Boston architectural firm Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge, the building opened in downtown Chicago in 1892 as the city’s central library. Its interior includes marble, polished brass, rare hardwoods, and mosaics made of Favrile glass, mother-of-pearl and colored stone, as well as the largest stained glass Tiffany dome in the world.
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