-Part 2-   For centuries architects have looked to artists for the interpretation of place. Artists such as Eugene Delacroix, David Brown, Winslow Homer and John Singer Sargent have taught architects not only to better see the world around them, but also to better know it, understand it, and even translate it into built form.       Delacroix ‘s sketchbooks of North Africa were richly intertwined with landscape culture and architecture, ultimately conveying rich meaning in his final monumental paintings.     David Brown’s paintings of Egypt and the Holy Land illustrated an architecture married to landscape and the generations that occupied the lands in which it was built. His paintings of buildings were of the ancient land and were standing monuments to the…