Once a piece of the campus of the Maine College of Art, the Clapp House is now a part of the PMA, Portland Museum of Art. It sits at 97 Spring Street and was built in 1832 as the private residence of Charles Q. Clapp and family. This morning a few shadows are falling along this side doorway, while the front facade is bathed in strong sun. It's one of my favorite buildings in the city.
I like the mix of patterns here.ReplyDelete
Bonjour dear friends!ReplyDelete
It's an elegant entrance, with a beautiful door and I also love the floor design!
The tiled floor and the door somehow reminds me of Italy.ReplyDelete
Mine, too. Beautiful shot.ReplyDelete
Elegant entrance: charming.ReplyDelete
my kinda digsReplyDelete
An elaborate geometric mix of different patterns.ReplyDelete
Charming. Like the broken diagonal of the shadow.ReplyDelete
I like everything about this shot. The flooring, the columns and the door. NiceReplyDelete
Nice doorway, love the tile pattern in the flooring.ReplyDelete
The yellow walls, the gold geometric tiles - this has such charm. You could have "reblogged" this from one of the Italians.ReplyDelete