We were up two weeks ago to see the remarkable winter progress Ed Brady has been making. We're heading up again this weekend, this time with a camera with adequate pixel capacity (and batteries, apparently). In the meantime, we thought of the first courtyard plan, weighing in at a whopping 3400 square feet. Flanking the plan in our iPad photo file were two images, both suggestive of square court house plans and each by an artist named Murphy. One, the more Cubist, is by Gerald Murphy, and the other, is by our favorite New York artist Martha Murphy. Martha's paintings, by the way, are available at the Museum of Modern Art (West 53rd Street nearing 6th Avenue) on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
|The first courtyard house plan|
|Gerald Murphy, artist|
|Martha Murphy, artist|