REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. Join us this November for an incredible opportunity to explore the architecture of Henry Hobson Richardson in the city he called home. Focusing on his most significant commissions, and selected works of his contemporaries, participants will gain a greater insight into Richardson’s design aesthetic, and understand why he quickly rose to become the most significant American architect in the late 19th century. Numerous sites are included, including exclusive private opportunities not offered to the general public.
The tour will also include a rare opportunity see Frances Glessner Lee’s Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death which will be on public display at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston from October 2018 through January 2019. This may well be the last time the Nutshells are publicly shown, due to their fragile condition.
Group size is strictly limited, so register today!
Registration deadline is Friday August 10, 2018.
To download a detailed itinerary, click here.
$1,695 per person
$800 single supplement