A Suburb of Paradise: The White Mountains and the Visual Arts

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This richly illustrated publication, published in 1999 as a special issue of the New Hampshire Historical Society's journal "Historical New Hampshire," includes 11 color images of paintings by artists Winslow Homer, John Frederick Kensett, Frederic E. Church, and Edward Hill, as well as dozens of black and white images of works by these and other artists. The illustrations are explored in seven narrative essays, providing an overview of scholarship on the visual images of the White Mountains. Authors include David Tatham, Donald D. Keyes, Janice Simon, Georgia B. Barnhill, Sherry Wilding-White, Elton W. Hall, Pamela Jane Sachant, and Robert L. McGrath, with a preface by Bryant F. Tolles Jr.

Editor: Donna-Belle Garvin
(Softcover)


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