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This is a physical booklet that gets mailed to you and not a downloadable electronic book.

Weir Farm National Historic Site is Connecticut's first national park and the only one in America dedicated to painting. No other book chronicles the property's rescue from residential development to its establishment as a park.

I tell the story through the only artistic photographic collection documenting Weir Farm National Historic Site, most of which has never been published before. Weir Farm was the home of Julian Alden Weir (1852-1919), a leading innovator of American Impressionism.

The farm's landscape inspired countless masterpieces created by Weir, his famous artist-friends, two subsequent generations of artist-owners, and contemporary artists who continue to create at the park. In 2020, this iconic site will be featured on the U.S. quarter.

Softcover · Perfect bound
200 color images · 96 pages
9.25 x 6.5 inches
ISBN: 9781467103046
In memory of my daughter
In memory of my daughter, 10 percent of book royalties will be donated to Emotions Matter, Inc., a nonprofit mental health care advocacy group. In 2016, my daughter – a poet and painter – died from a drug overdose after years of struggling with borderline personality disorder.

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