Decades of the Arts: Gregori and Washington Hall

Originally published on Sep 26, 2012 | NDdotEDU

At the heart of our campus, in the interiors of the Basilica and the Main Building, Luigi Gregori’s designs are a familiar and iconic part of Notre Dame. Mark Pilkinton, author of a new history of Washington Hall, explores new information about Gregori’s contribution to the interior of Washington Hall in 1894, unseen since his images were painted over in 1956.

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