Above: An elevation of the initial design for the Château de Clagny, Versailles. The château was entirely rebuilt shortly before this design was completed (available).
Left and right: Life-size elevations of Sympathy and Fortitude, a pair of bronze sculptures from the W.H. Stead Memorial in Manhattan's Central Park (both available).
Institutional and Private CollectorsPublic institutions holding our watercolors include the Musée des Arts-décoratifs, Paris; The Cooper-Hewitt Museum (The National Design Museum of the Smithsonian Institution); the New-York Historical Society; the Musée de l'Île-de-France at Sceaux; Princeton University; the Schloss Museum Fasanerie/von Hesse Foundation at Fulda, Germany; and the Avery Architectural Library of Columbia University. We have been privileged to have work exhibited at the Morgan Library, an honor rarely afforded living artists.
Most private collectors of our watercolors are intimately involved with the visual arts, particularly with Old Master drawings: they include past and present directors and trustees of America's foremost museums and public institutions, among them several trustees of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, as well as The National Gallery of Art, The Frick Collection, The Morgan Library, and The New York Public Library. Other collectors include presidents and senior representatives of the leading international auction houses in New York, London and Paris; Old Master paintings & drawings dealers and collectors; and internationally known fashion and interior designers.
LecturesWe have lectured upon the history of French and European architecture and gardens at the Bard Graduate Center, the Parrish Art Museum, Christie's London, Sotheby's France, Syracuse University, the University of Dortmund, CIVA Brussels, the Université Libre de Bruxelles, the Four Arts Society of Palm Beach, the Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville, the Société des Amis de Versailles, the New York School of Interior Design and the Beaux-Arts Alliance. For the Smithsonian Institution we presented an all-day seminar, "Versailles, Trianon, Marly: The Early Architecture of the Sun King," and a studio course on architectural watercolors.
We provide links here to our Professional Biographies and a chronological listing of Exhibitions and Projects.