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SEP-OCT 2017

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48 home JOHN HARRISON • VISUAL CONVERSATIONS 100% of proceeds benefit the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music's Harmony Fund Bibliotaph... A Sense of Place Compiled by Victoria Chase is newly released book transports readers into the homes of 21 Cincinnatians for a behind-the-scenes exploration of the interior design process. Sumptuously photographed by Cincinnati photographer Robert Flischel and expertly narrated by Mercantile Library Executive Director John Faherty, home tells the story of how one New Zealand immigrant, John Harrison, traveled halfway across the globe to make Cincinnati more beautiful one house at a time. e publication is sponsored by the Carol Ann & Ralph V Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation and proceeds will benefit the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Harmony Fund. John Faherty (text); Robert Flischel (photographer) – home. visual conversations. – Hardcover, Braughler Books ( Lexington, Kentucky, the wealthiest town west of the Alleghenies prior to the Civil War, has retained its rich architectural and cultural history, which has been captured in this book by renowned photographer Pieter Estersohn. Featured properties include Ashland, the former home of Henry Clay, as well as dramatic aerial photographs of famous Bluegrass horse farms. Pieter Estersohn–Kentucky: Historic Houses and Horse Farms of Bluegrass Country–Hardcover, 256 pages, e Monacelli Press ( Interior designer and Missouri native Marshall Watson creates interiors heralded for their subtle melding of transatlantic and American design philosophies. For his first book, Watson shares stunning imagery culled from his most impressive projects, ranging in style and locale from an Italianate village in Los Cabos to a seaside Newport Beach cottage. Marshall Watson–e Art of Elegance: Classic Interiors– Hardcover, 256 pages, Rizzoli (

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