Index to Art and Architecture in Virginia

Newman Library Renovation at Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Venturi Scott Brown)
Charles City (35 miles west of Williamsburg)
Shirley Plantation
Farmington Country Club (Jefferson)
Monticello (Jefferson)
University of Virginia
Bryan Hall [Arts and Sciences Building] (Graves)
Chapel (Charles E. Cassell)
Cabell Hall (Stanford White)
Darden Graduate School of Business Administration--first phase (Robert A. M. Stern)
Darden Graduate School of Business Administration--second phase (Ayers Saint Gross)
Observatory Hill Dining Hall Addition (Robert A. M. Stern)
The Rotunda (Jefferson)
The Lawn (Jefferson)
Grace Episcopal Church (Strickland)
Virginia Hall, Hampton Institute (Richard Morris Hunt)
Isle of Wight County (SW of Williamsburg)
St. Luke's Church
Clayton Hall, VMI Barracks (Davis)
Mason Neck (Fairfax County)
Gunston Hall (Buckland)
Adam Thoroughgood House
SCOPE Cultural and Convention Center (Nervi)
Acca Temple Mosque (M. E. Wright)
Branch House (Pope)
Carpenter Center for the Performing Arts (originally Loew Theater--Eberson)
Central National Bank (Eberson)
Egyptian Building (Stewart)
Equestrian Statue of George Washington and Monument, Capitol Grounds (Thomas Crawford)
Jefferson Hotel (Carrère & Hastings)
Monumental Church (Robert Mills)
Monument Avenue--Arthur Ashe statue (Paul DiPasquale)
Old First Baptist Church (Thomas U. Walter)
Old Richmond City Hall (Myers)
Union Station or Broad Street Station (now Science Museum of Virginia) (Pope)
Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church (Russell)
Virginia State Capitol (Jefferson)
Houdon's statue of George Washington in rotunda
cast-iron fence surrounding grounds
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (various architects and remodelings)
Assia (Despiau)
David and Goliath (Ipousteguy)
Head of Antonio Machado (Serrano)
Locking Piece (Working model) (Moore)
Reclining Figure (Exterior Form) (Moore)
The River (Maillol)
Rotating Sphere (Pomodoro)
Surry County
Bacon's Castle
See Williamsburg Index
Capitol (Henry Clay, overseer)
Carter's Grove Plantation and reconstruction of slave quarters
College of William and Mary (Wren?)
Colonial Williamsburg
Bruton Parish Church (Spotswood)
Governor's Palace
Peyton Randolph House
George Wythe House

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