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Melbourne, Vi - Australia

Excellent lv

Virginia Beach, VA - United States

Fabulous!

Glendale, AZ - United States

so pretty...L/F

Tabernacle, NJ - United States

Excellent treatment of this grand place. Wonderful work. v/f

Aitkin, Mn - United States

well done, I love your processing fv

Burnaby, BC - Canada

This is magnificent. Your PoV and the textures add a really haunted feel. Well shot and processed. v

Stockholm, SE - Sweden

Powerful image, Lianne! The old mansion, the warm tones and textures make this work a magical invitation to walking into a fantasy world. V/F

Palma De Mallorca - Spain

Lianne, stunning photo! F/V!

Langhorne, PA - United States

I want to sleep here over night....or maybe the weekend...............this is a place I want to feel and understand.!!...........................very cool .!!............................................allen

Wayne, PA - United States

So much personality and history! Love it!

Farmington, NM - United States

awesome v

Cape Town - South Africa

This is a beautiful work of art, Lianne! I marvel at how you use your skill to transform an original image into a breathtaking art form. Bravo!

Lianne Schneider replied:

What an incredibly lovely thing for you to say Michael. I'm terribly sorry it's taken me so long to say thank you. I'll be by to visit your pages as soon as I can.

Livonia, MI - United States

Such a beautiful house and capture! That house has real character! vf

Lianne Schneider replied:

It does, doesn't it? I love these marvelous old homes and all their nooks and crannies. So glad you do too. Thank you so much Guy.

Hawaii Kai, Shingle Springs, CA - United States

WOW, what an amazing piece of architecture!! wow very nice treatment! Love it! v/f

Lianne Schneider replied:

Oh I'm just so darned upset with myself for missing your lovely comment and taking so long to say thank you!! I'm doing a terrible job of keeping up! But thank you so much.

Seattle, Wa - United States

Lianne, Wow this is quite the place isn't it? I really appreciate your descriptions, and history of the Gambrill House, and it's family! It's so nice to read about what we are looking at. You write beautifully Lianne, which is an added bonus for all of us, that look at your photos! F/V

Lianne Schneider replied:

My what a lovely compliment - I'm so touched and so pleased. You just can't imagine how much that matters to me. Thank you!!

Cedar Rapids, Ia - United States

Lianne,This is Marvelous.Your Photos and write ups are great. Love very much and you are so kind to me,Hugs and thanks for comment on Rose Plate still life. Hugs,Marsha F/V

Lianne Schneider replied:

Thank you so much Marsha - fighting this disease again so I'll be by to catch up with you as soon as I can. xoxo

Razgrad, Ra - Bulgaria

Gorgeous work !

Lianne Schneider replied:

Thank you so much Petko - I'm delighted that you liked it.

Ankara - Turkey

What a treatment, So classy. V/f

Lianne Schneider replied:

How lovely of you Hayrettin - thank you so much. It is a beautiful old home.

Boise, ID - United States

Astonishing! v/f

Lianne Schneider replied:

Thank you so very much Sandi - I appreciate your visit and lovely comment a great deal.

BUdapest - Hungary

Wonderful picture, artistic composition!

Lianne Schneider replied:

How very kind of you to visit Demeter and to leave such a lovely comment. Thank you!

Albany, OR - United States

Oh my...I adore this image. You really have an eye for processing these historic images. Lovely rendition!

Lianne Schneider replied:

What an incredibly lovely thing to say Bonnie - thank you so much. These places have such charm...I'm just so glad they've been preserved.

Green Lane, PA - United States

The description is topped only by this unbelievably beautiful work of art. As I read I thought "It must take a whole lot of work getting firewood for 7 fireplaces!". We sweat and strain to feed one wood stove:>). The architectural details in the picture are a lot like many upper class homes on the New England coast, and your processing is exquisite, as always. V/F

Lianne Schneider replied:

These beautiful homes so fascinate me and I'm delighted that you liked it so much Carol. Thank you.

Concho - Snowflake, AZ - United States

Beautiful work, Lianne ... Very evocative. Looks like the sort of place I'd like to visit at night ... but not alone!

Lianne Schneider replied:

Actually this one's not really scary at all Peri - but it has been beautifully maintained and restored. I just love the uniqueness of it. Thank you so much!

Belgrade, Se - Yugoslavia

excellent!

Lianne Schneider replied:

Thank you so much Dusan - I appreciate that so much!

Bonn, No - Germany

Wow! What a picture Lianne, I love it!

Lianne Schneider replied:

Thank you so much Heather - that's a very lovely thing to say.

Capital Federal, Bu - Argentina

Love the atmosphere! Voted.

Lianne Schneider replied:

Thank you - that's what I hoped I could express.

Palm Bay, FL - United States

Fantastic piece! I love the colors and texture! v/f

Lianne Schneider replied:

Thanks so much Roger - I'm very pleased that you liked it.

Danvers, MA - United States

Nice home

Lianne Schneider replied:

Thanks so much Paul - my goodness, the beautiful work you do puts me to shame. I appreciate the comment very much.

Fort Worth, Tx - United States

I love this! I have already voted but it is still so very amazing...... has a really amazing feel to it! Awesome capture again LIanne!

Lianne Schneider replied:

What a generous and gracious thing to do, Shawn. Thank you so very much.

Maui, Ha - United States

. . Aloha Lianne . . enjoy your marvelous and fascinating description very much . . the amazing and very beautiful architecture of this historic estate is wonderful . love the light and masterful layering of texture and colour . this is very beautiful . . it is truly fantastic ;))) :: . .

Lianne Schneider replied:

You're such a sweetheart to say such lovely things Sharon. And your support and encouragement mean so much to me. Thank you my friend. xo

Berlin, NJ - United States

Great work here Lianne! vf

Lianne Schneider replied:

So lovely of you John - thank you so much!

Cedar Rapids, Ia - United States

Lianne,Your art is amazing.The treatment enhances to it's wonderful glory. Love it.Thanks for support. You are so kind. Hugs,Marsha F&V !

Lianne Schneider replied:

Thank you so much Marsha - you are on my mind and in my thoughts, my friend.

Razgrad, Ra - Bulgaria

Lianne Schneider replied:

Again Petko - I'm just very honored by the time and thoughtfulness of this video comment. Thank you.

Razgrad, Ra - Bulgaria

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Storybrooke, ME - United States

Lianne this is a fantastic piece I love what you do with textures - and a great writeup! V/F/SU

Lianne Schneider replied:

What a perfect gentleman you are Bob - such a gracious and lovely comment. Thank you so much.

New York, NY - United States

Awesome house and your lovely treatment does it great justice Lianne.

Lianne Schneider replied:

Thank you so much Chris - one day, perhaps, I'll be half as good as you!

Phoenix, AZ - United States

Lianne, Stunning! You can surely take any subject and bring out the beauty with in and around... Incredible work!

Lianne Schneider replied:

My goodness Chrisann, that's just one of the loveliest things anyone has said to me. Thank you so very much!

Langport, So - United Kingdom

I dont get much time to look around on here, but I always manage to find an amazing shot that you have done and this is one of them.

Lianne Schneider replied:

You are such a very kind gentleman Philip - thank you so much. I'm not around a great deal either, I'm afraid, so I miss far too much!

Fort Worth, Tx - United States

Lianne, wow this is an amazing capture of this amazing house filled with so much history. I love the way you captured the look, after reading this very interesting piece your words put the two together perfectly! Thank you for sharing your beautiful work as well as this amazing history, I really enjoyed it! V&F!

Lianne Schneider replied:

Maybe its a function of my own age, but I so love places that have a history or that are uniquely lovely in some way. I'm so very glad you liked this Shawn - thank you for your generous comment.

Lawrenceville, GA - United States

Wow..What an amazing house and image,..I just love the feel to this image ..You need to sneak inside and really get some great shots...Brilliant

Lianne Schneider replied:

LOL - so odd Ken but when I get inside these places, my mouth drops open and I forget I even have a camera. Besides...most such places will not allow you to take pics inside...such a shame. But thank you so much Ken.

USA UK, Ut - United Kingdom

Beautiful shot and pov, your work is so outstanding

Lianne Schneider replied:

Thanks so much Tracy - I so appreciate your support.

New York, NY - United States

Your work is so beautifully done Lianne. This gets my vote.

Lianne Schneider replied:

Thank you so much Madeline - I appreciate it so much.

Oxenford, Qu - Australia

Lol, no idea why it posted twice???

Oxenford, Qu - Australia

Wonderful imagery Lianne, I love these old building, such history in them. A magnificent capture... and perfect composition. An excellent write up too...instant V/F

Lianne Schneider replied:

I don't know why it posted twice either Blair...lol...but it's such a lovely comment, I was delighted to see it twice. Thank you so much!!

Strykersville, NY - United States

Jerry and Will - thank you so very much. I'm so far behind!!

Lake Country, BC - Canada

This is outstanding, Lianne!!

Edmonton, AB - Canada

Beautiful!!!

Strykersville, NY - United States

Thank you all so much for your gracious comments. My apologies to all for the long delay in expressing my appreciation. Have been under the weather this past week. Will try to catch up with most of you this weekend. Thank you so much for your lovely support. xox

Bonham, TE - United States

Love the processing on this one!

Azuga, PH - Romania

Great work !!!

Anderson, CA - United States

Oh WOW!!!! Dear Lianne this is absolutely spectacular; the incredible architectural delight and the texture you've added make for such a dramatic and beautiful image - excellent light and contrasts....dynamic work sweetheart!!! jd

Vildbjerg - Denmark

Wonderful work. I love the light.

Santa Barbara, CA - United States

love the colors and clarity!

Kranj - Slovenia

Glorious house and a very beautiful, very moody photography with a lot of stories to tell, a lot of words to be read. The sky and those branches are superb combination!

Lianne Schneider replied:

Hello Primoz - what a lovely compliment. My apologies for the delay in getting back to you - the old health thing flared up again. But thank you so much!

Norwalk, Oh - United States

I love this. Fabulous perspective and texture use.

Razgrad, Ra - Bulgaria

F&V !

Lianne Schneider replied:

Thank you so much Petko - I've been off with some health issues so let me apologize for taking so long to get back to you!

Bucharest, Ro - Romania

What a superb lighting in this photo....... It's a joy to see the world through your eyes, Lianne. F,v. ___ Ana

Sequim, WA - United States

This is a special one! I love the sunlight, the shadows, the tone set by yellowish hue. Brilliant! featured/f/v/liked on Fb and stumbled

Capitola, CA - United States

nice work,well done

Wentzville, MO - United States

classic and timeless, excellent work

New Westminster, BC - Canada

Beautiful image ,Lianne! f/v

Montevideo, MN - United States

So fascinating !

Bend, OR - United States

very nice technique! Love the texture too:) V

Rawdon, QC - Canada

absolutely awesome Lianne! wow the light, the details, all is fantasitc!

Clarence, NY - United States

Stunning work. V&P

Pleasanton, CA - United States

Wow, this is fantastic, Lianne!!! What an amazing old mansion, and I love the framing and texture work!!!! xo

Port Huron, MI - United States

Fabulous!! V/F

Peshtigo, WI - United States

Excellent work, love it! V/F

Rochester, NY - United States

Gorgeous work Lianne and also the history! Beautiful!

Silicon Valley, CA - United States

I just love this gorgeous image, and enjoy reading the history behind!! So interesting:-)! Thanks for sharing, Lianne:-)!

Capitola, CA - United States

well done

Seattle, WA - United States

Very nicely done!

Shoreline, WA - United States

Wonderful image; love the light and your editing on this.

Livonia, Mi - United States

The glorious light on the magnificent mansion is marvelous, Lianne!

Lakeland, FL - United States

A home to want to come home to. beautiful job Lianne

Pueblo, CO - United States

What a gorgeous rendering, Lianne! It couldn't be better. The warm and golden tones speak volumes. Lots of feeling has been invested in this work. Beautiful. v/f

Brookeville, MD - United States

Gorgeous ... I love buildings and architecture ... this one is a beauty!!!! Wonderful light and color ... excellent editing, Lianne, as always!!!! f/v

Melbourne - Australia

Another beautiful old world capture Lianne, beautifully done. fv

Newcastle, WY - United States

fabulous...I love it...vf....barb

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Gambrill Mansion

Artist

Lianne Schneider

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Photograph - Digital Painting/photographic Art

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copyright - MCN :: CC1FF-GXSQ2-KKGS3
Derivative - (the original image remains in the public domain).

The second in a Plantation House/Estate architecture series of images done in various techniques of digital painting or manipulation. This piece is a derivative art work based on a small public domain image.


Gambrill House � Frederick, Maryland

The main block of the house was richly ornamented and constructed on a double-pile center-passage plan. A broad porch spanned the length of the northwest front facade, and upper-story balconies projected from the second and third floors. A long three-story service wing was integrated into the rear of the house, forming an ell. Gambrill later added an enclosed rear porch, divided into a lower level summer dining room and an upper level solarium.

Gambrill Family, ca. 1890

The house was elaborately furnished and designed with spacious and elegantly detailed rooms. It was suited to both the functional domestic requirements of the Gambrills' large family and their fondness for entertaining guests in grand style on special social occasions. A double parlor, a library, and a dining room were on the first floor, while large-scale entertaining was accommodated by the third floor ballroom and built-in stage. Seven fireplaces were built in the house, with imported Italian marble used for the mantels and hearths of those on the first floor. A continuous balustrade complemented the central walnut staircase extending in an open stairwell from the first to third floors.

The architectural sophistication of the mansion was supported by mechanical features considered highly progressive at the time. These included a coal-burning furnace, gas wall-mounted lamps throughout the house, a gas cooking range, and an innovative plumbing system providing hot and cold running water and sewage disposal. A large cistern remains behind the mansion where water, pumped from a spring several hundred yards to the north, was stored and delivered to the house by gravity for domestic use.

n 1897, however, during a period of national recession, Gambrill was forced to surrender title to his estate and mills. Gambrill's finances had been strained by the costs of rebuilding his mill in Frederick after it was destroyed by fire in 1893 and by fierce competition from more technologically advanced milling operations in the Upper Midwest. The properties were conveyed to his daughter and son-in-law, and shortly thereafter sold out of the family. Gambrill retired to Frederick, where he lived until his death in 1932 at the age of 102. Araby Mill was never reactivated after his ownership.

The National Park Service acquired the Gambrill House in the 1980s. It currently serves as the headquarters for the Historic Preservation Training Center (HPTC), an organization dedicated to training maintenance workers in historic preservation skills and preserving historic structures throughout the National Park Service system.

Significance: The Gambrill House was built ca. 1872 for James H. Gambrill, a successful Frederick County miller. Gambrill built the Second-Empire style mansion on high ground overlooking Araby Mill, a gristmill and the source of his prosperity. At the time it was one of the county's largest and grandest residences. The mansard-roofed building was one of the few full expressions of the Second-Empire style built in the Frederick County countryside. The National Park Service acquired the Gambrill property in 1981, to be part of Monocacy National Battlefield. The Battle of Monocacy (July 9, 1864) was fought on this and neighboring farms. Though the Confederacy won a nominal victory, Union commander Lew Wallace succeeded in delaying Confederate Jubal A. Early long enough to prevent the latter's seizure of Washington. The Gambrill House had yet to be built at the time of the battle. The mansion relates to the Civil War-period of the community, however, in that it is representative of rebuilding and improvement that took place locally during the immediate post-war years.


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