The influence of Greece and Rome on the aesthetic imagination of American artists and architects cannot be underestimated. Many of New York City’s most stately and important buildings contain architectural motifs that were inspired by the classical period. Join FRIENDS and the Paideia Institute for a lecture explaining the influence of the Greek and Roman past on New York’s architectural landscape and a guided walking tour of some of these elements on the Upper East Side — one of the city’s richest architectural districts!
Sunday, May 18th
11:00 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Pratt Mansions, Formal Parlor
1026 Fifth Avenue
A light brunch will be served.
Tickets for this event are $25 and space is limited.
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