Peachtree- Pine Building

A. Ten Eyck Brown
c. 1921



This brick building, once a car dealership in a partially residential neighborhood, has an engaged colonnade framed by a terra cotta frieze. Decorative masonry (diamonds within diamonds) surrounds the top.
The frieze design resembles a Greek key but incorporates rosettes as well; the rosette motif is repeated on the spandrels and the soffit as well as the neck of the columns.
 


See Index for list of buildings on this site by A. Ten Eyck Brown.

Click here to return to index of art historical sites.

Click here to return to index of artists and architects.

Click here to return to chronological index.

Click here to see the home page of Bluffton College.


© 2002 Mary Ann Sullivan. I have photographed (on site), scanned, and manipulated all the images on these pages. Please feel free to use them for personal or educational purposes. (I would appreciate being told if you find them useful.) They are not available for commercial purposes without my explicit permission.

Page maintained by Mary Ann Sullivan, sullivanm@bluffton.edu