The Parish of All Saints, Ashmont in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston, built 1891-1892 was the first church designed by Ralph Adams Cram, a collaboration with fellow Visionist Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, who was working for Cram’s firm and later became a partner. The picture above by Consigli is from the parish’s website,which includes information on the church’s history and architecture, as well as more gorgeous pictures of the interior.
Above: Rendering by Goodhue of the planned building. Below: Photo by Paul Weber of the exterior. Both courtesy of Cram & Ferguson archives.
Above: Sculpture in the upper part of the reredos (screen behind the altar), reminiscent of Goodhue’s designs for Visionist publications. From the parish website.
Portrait of Kahlil Gibran at age 13 by F. Holland Day. Print in the Library of Congress.
“Hypnos” by F. Holland Day, ca 1896. Platinum print at the National Media Museum. They say “the young man is inhaling the hallucinatory scent of a poppy” but it looks like a lotus to me. Also I don’t think you can hallucinate by sniffing a poppy!
Frontispiece designed by Thomas Buford Meteyard for Songs from Vagabondia by Bliss Carman and Richard Hovey, published by Copeland and Day.
F. Holland Day: Menelek, 1897. Platinum print at The Met.
“The Vigil” by F. Holland Day. A platinum print at The Met. The model is Thomas Langryl Harris, an artist and close friend of Day.