Visit Thoreau Farm to get a close look at fifteen historically-accurate, pen-and-ink renderings documenting the houses and landscapes Thoreau called home in the nineteenth century.
See places that Henry lived and consider how each home was part of his journey. This exhibit features fifteen historically-accurate, pen-and-ink renderings documenting the houses and landscapes Thoreau called home in the nineteenth century. Several images from this group were featured in the Summer 2022 issue of Discover Concord but the exhibit at Thoreau Farm will be the first time these works are exhibited in Concord.
ON VIEW March 4 to April 24, 2023.
Saturdays and Sundays, 11am to 4pm
And by appointment. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to schedule a special viewing.
The artist JOHN ROMAN is a regular contributor to Artists Magazine and has written for several other national art publications. Roman’s essays on Thoreau have appeared in Electrum Magazine (2021), The Bungalore Review (2019) and The Concord Saunterer (2007). A graduate of Suffolk University’s New England School of Art & Design, John has been teaching at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston since 1993.