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Indianapolis Museum Of Art [slide]

Creator:
Landon, Hugh M
Lilly, Josiah K., Sr.
Lilly, Josiah K., Jr.
Melaun, Ernest
Wright Porteous & Lowe, Inc. A
Art Association of Indianapolis
Landscape Designer:
Cannon, Fermor S
Landscape Architect:
Mcdougall, George M
Richardson
Severans
Scheeler
Olmsted Brothers
Sasaki Associates
Architect:
Davis, Lewis K
Wallick, Frederick
Type:
Projected media
Place:
United States of America, Indiana, Marion County, Indianapolis
Indiana
Indianapolis
Date:
1935
Notes:
The Indianapolis Museum of Art has several pavilions and a civic theater located in the Showalter Pavilion. The 150 acres was the estate of J. K. Lilly called Oldfields. In 1909, the advice of George McDougall, a Scottish Landscape Architect helped plan the border plantings, building sites and road- ways. Hugh McK. Landon selected a site overlooking the canal. The mansion was built in the style of a French chateau and was completed in 1914. Image is the propery of: The Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Topic:
Spring
Columns
Arcades (Architecture)
Climbing plants
Latticework
Local number:
IN008015
Data Source:
Archives of American Gardens

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