Famous Writers and Their Workspaces

Several readers have sent me a heads up on this feature in The New York Times, on artist Elena Climenta’s mural for New York University’s Languages and Literature building. Even casual readers know this (work spaces) is one of my favorite topics — and in this case, it’s particularly appropriate, given that Washington Irving’s study at Sunnyside is featured in one of the mural’s panels.

You can view a slide show on the piece right here. Sunnyside is the first slide featured.

Have a good weekend!

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