Cornish Colony: A Book of Days

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At the end of the 19th century, a group of successful artists and professionals built or purchased houses in the small neighbouring towns of Plainfield and Cornish, New Hampshire. New York lawyer Charles Beaman arrived first and eventually persuaded a number of friends to join him. Sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens arrived in 1885 followed by a group of artists and writers that included Thomas Dewing, Henry Walker, Charles Platt, Stephen Parrish, his son Maxfield, and others. The social epicentre of the Colony became ...

Cornish Colony: A Book of Days 2005, Tide-Mark Press, East Hartford

ISBN-13: 9781559496377

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