Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, ME. Feel free to sketch with pencil in our galleries. Other art supplies can only be used with prior written permission from the Museum’s registration department. Simply contact them at 207-596-6457, extension 108.
The Bourse Building - completed in 1895 The Bourse as the first commodities exchange in the United States, and the building was one of the first steel-framed buildings to be constructed. Celebrating over 100 years as a center for commerce and trade, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Bourse today is one of Philadelphia’s leading commercial complexes, home to 24 retail and food service stores and more than 50 businesses.
Paradise Saved: Preserving Historic American Gardens
The great American sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens summered in Cornish, New Hampshire, beginning in the mid-1880s. Amid the broad lawns, deep woods, and sculptural hedges, Saint-Gaudens installed statuary from antiquity as well as his own work, such as this gilded-bronze cast of Amor Caritas at one end of an atrium court.