Media

Gallery

Click on an image thumbnail below to download full size photograph. The source credit for each is provided and required.

Additional contemporary images from the exhibition are available upon request. Images posted in the WEBSITE GALLERY by photographers David Horan, Chris Fitzgerald and Sam Brackstone are available to the media. For more information contact the Art Museum(artmuseum [at] memphis [dot] edu) at (901) 678-2224.

Required credit lines for exhibition images provided below, L to R, Top to Bottom:

Baird/Stewart/Garza Residence
Photographer: David Horan, 2010, Paul Revere Williams Project, Art Museum of the University of Memphis

Glen/Gindler Residence
Photographer: David Horan, 2010, Paul Revere Williams Project, Art Museum of the University of Memphis

Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Company
Photographer: Chris Fitzgerald, 2010, Paul Revere Williams Project, Art Museum of the University of Memphis

Ritts/Kohl Residence
Photographer: David Horan, 2010, Paul Revere Williams Project, Art Museum of the University of Memphis

Marina del Rey Middle School
Photographer: David Horan, 2010, Paul Revere Williams Project, Art Museum of the University of Memphis

Watercolor based on the 1950s Paul R. Williams rendering
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Terry DeWitt, 2010, Paul Revere Williams Project, Art Museum of the University of Memphis

SeaView, The Monte Carlo floorplan
Photographer: David Horan, 2010, Paul Revere Williams Project, Art Museum of the University of Memphis

We can not provide the beautiful and historic images by photographers Julius Schulmann and Maynard L. Parker, to name only two. These are from museum/library collections. To obtain one of these images, publication representative must contact the appropriate museum/library. We can assist in providing a contact point and catalogued image number. 

Baird Stewart Garza Residence Glen Gindler Residence Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Company Ritts Kohl Residence Marina Del Rey Middle School Watercolor based on the 1950s Paul R. Williams' concept drawing SeaView, The Monte Carlo floorplan