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Handscapes: Pots by Cathy Comstock & Mosaics by Carol Rissman

February 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Special Collections Display Cases 

Charles Hovey Pepper



Charles Hovey Pepper (1864-1950) was an important figure on the Boston art scene at a time when the art world was exploding with new vision, and Boston was struggling to reconcile its preference for traditional styles of painting with emerging modernist ways of visual interpretation and expression.  A world traveler, art collector and resident of Concord from 1899 until 1933, Pepper was instrumental in introducing early twentieth century Boston audiences to contemporary art, as well as being a prolific artist in his own right, focusing on landscapes and portraits in watercolor.

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Fowler Branch Meeting Room Exhibit

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Fowler Branch Display Case

The Library's Special Collections Department showcases archival materials in the Fowler Display Case on a regular basis.

Current Display -

Selections from "Concord, which is my Rome": Henry Thoreau and His Home Town exhibition

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Art Jury: How to Exhibit Your Work at the Art Gallery