Father Pitt

Why should the beautiful die?

Thomas Pringle House, Schenley Farms

Thomas Pringle house
Kodak EasyShare Z1285.

This house is not quite like anything else: it’s a little bit Tudor, a little bit Arts and Crafts, and a little bit Renaissance. Thomas Pringle, an architect whose most famous works are churches and religious institutions, designed it for himself against an improbable hillside in Schenley Farms.

4231 Parkman Avenue
Olympus E-20N.
Vignette of Mercury

This bronze medallion of Mercury sits over the front door.

Perspective view
Fuji FinePix HS10.

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