Boston Public Library Wedding

I’ve photographed weddings at the Boston Public Library in the past, but never had an opportunity to work in my favorite room, the Abbey Room, until a few weeks ago. Located in Copley Square,  the library opened in 1895 and its architect, Charles Follen McKim, proclaimed it the “palace for the people”. The highlights of the Abbey Room are the 15 murals with life-size figures along the top of all four walls that were painted by Edwin Austin Abbey.  For my clients, Tracy and Peter, I’m sure they were quite the welcomed and honored guests to their wedding reception.

 

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