Syracuse University Special Collections, Frederick Lear, Lillian Lear, modern art, architecture
Arts and Humanities | Modern Art and Architecture | Theory and Criticism
This article describes the journals and sketches of Frederick and Lillian Lear, now housed in Syracuse University Special Collections. The couple toured Europe just a few years before the dawn of World War I. Frederick, an architecture professor at Syracuse University, critiqued the style of European art and architecture of the time, while Lillian offered interesting observations of Eueopean culture.
Newman, Patricia. "The European Diary of Fred and Lillian Lear." The Courier 15.2 and 15.3 (1978): 3-14.