Southern Accents 9/10 1996.
Place Published: Birmingham, AL:
Publisher: William P. Carey, Jr,
Date Published: 1996.
Description: Southern Accents 9/10 1996. The magazine is in FINE condition. JMVINTAGE specializes in Books, Magazines, and Treasures related to the Duke and Duchess of Windsor..and other curious subjects COVER. A simple bouquet in a Sheffield plate sugar bowl inspired out story on roses in the autumn garden. Photos by Langdon Clay. FEATURES: Enduring architectural preferences make this almost a manor house in old New Orleans. Photos by Antoine Bootz-Architect Marc Cooper/High Harbor-Inspired by the architecture of the Adirondack mountains, an Atlanta couple build their own rustic camp in Cashiers, North Carolina-Owners John and Helen Rieser-Architect Tom Hayes-Photos by Peter Woloszynski/Southern Exposure-A new exhibition sponsored by Southern Accents and the Birmingham Museum of Art captures the region's storied sense of place and puts the work of Southern photographers where it belongs-on the walls with fine art/Recharged on the Battery-For this Classical Revival beauty in Charleston, the owrners built up, then scaled down the grand interiors for a more relaxed style-Andrea and Darrell Fergusons-Photos by Langdon Clay/Creole Earth-At their house, Maison Chenal, Patsy and Jack Holden have nurtured a garden flourishing with Creole cadence Photos by Ina Freeman/Things Past-Their love for anything with age led this Houston couple Kay and Max Watson to move from the suburbs to the city and a charming 1920s Country French house-Photos by Hickey-Robertson/Reviving Gothic Spirit-Historic church outside Saint Francisville, Louisiana-Photos by Hickey-robertson/Antiques-Bamboo furniture-Bessarabian rugs-Micromosaics, masterpieces in miniature/William Morris' wallpaper and fabric designs remain alive and well 100 years after his death/Gothic/Tudor revival for a cottage garden in Dallas/Washington, D.C. sculptor John Dreyfuss/American collectors share their love of Faberge in an exhibition in Richmond/Mississippi architect Ken Tate makes a strong case for authentic stucco, limestone, and other materials that weather with time.Photos by Langdon Clay.Binding: Paperback
Book Id: 9051