About this Event
23 University Dr, Northfield, Vermont 5663
The Sullivan Museum and History Center will present a Lunch and Learn presentation on “White Mountain Art & Artists” with guest speaker Dr. Marcia Blaine, a retired history professor from Plymouth State University and worked with Catherine Campbell on her dictionary of White Mountains artists. Dr Blaine will provide context to William Brenton Boggs' life and work. White Mountain art is the body of work created during the 19th century by over four hundred artists who painted landscape scenes of the White Mountains of New Hampshire to promote the region and, consequently, sell their works of art. In the early part of the 19th century, artists ventured to the White Mountains of New Hampshire to sketch and paint. William Brenton Boggs (Norwich, 1828) was one of those artists and is part of the Sullivan Museum’s current exhibition “The World Through Their Eyes: The Art of William Brenton Boggs and Truman Seymour”.
This event is tentatively scheduled for Wed., Apr. 20, 2022, at 12 pm – 1pm. Lunch will be provided.
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