Boston: Copley Square Details

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(click to enlarge) Rather fearsome lamps on the facade of the Boston Public Library, silhouetted against the John Hancock Building and a brooding sky.

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(click to enlarge) Copley Square is named for John Singleton Copley, a famous and very prolific Boston portrait painter of the late 18th century, who donated the land for the square. This is a detail of a handsome sculpture of the painter that stands in the square.

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This page contains a single entry by Victor Bloomfield published on August 5, 2011 10:26 AM.

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