Collections connected to the Cornish Art Colony that grew up around Augustus Saint-Gaudens beginning in the mid-1880s. The Colony started as a summer gathering of artists and eventually grew into a single extended social network that slowly dissipated in the early 20th century.
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records
Overview Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907), sculptor. Consists of correspondence, manuscripts, pencil sketches, financial and legal documents, photographs, newspaper clippings and printed matter related to Augustus Saint-Gaudens, the Cornish Colony and members of his extended family.
Overview Blowmedown Record 1884. Photocopy of the transcription of the record, a log kept by Charles C. Beaman and his family of events at Blow-Me-Down Farm, 1884-1917, activities in Cornish and the Cornish Colony, and visitors to the farm.
Overview Cornish Colony Museum (1998-2010). The collection contains letters, records, clippings, programs and ephemera related to the museum in Cornish, New Hampshire. The museum showed art produced by residents of the Cornish Art Colony.
Overview Daniel Appleton. The collection contains drawings by Appleton, a Boston architect for renovations to Mercer Cottage, one of C. C. Beaman's home in Cornish, New Hampshire.
Overview The collection contains orrespondence with various members of the Fuller and Fairchild families, and with members of the Cornish Colony of artists and writers, as well as photgraphs, manuscipts, articles, diaries, sketches, poems and sheet music.
Overview The collection consists of letters, photographs, audiotapes and clippings relating to Francis Duncan Manning's life in the Cornish Colony and work with women's suffrage. The items were collected by her granddaughter Frances Eastman.
Overview Louise Howland King Cox (1865-1945), painter. The collection contains a photo album with photographs taken by Louise Cox of family members, Cornish home, and other Cornish Colony residents.
Overview The MacKaye Family Papers contain correspondence, manuscript drafts, photographs, financial records, sketchbooks, notebooks, diaries, programs, broadsides, posters, newspaper clippings, and ephemeral items. They chronicle four generations of the family. The bulk of the collections focus is on dramatist Steele MacKaye, his son and fellow dramatist and poet, Percy Mackaye, as well as the noted conservationist Benton Mackaye.
Overview Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966), painter and illustrator. The collection consists of personal and professional papers and correspondence, posters, prints, sketches and proofs as well as glass plate negatives documenting the life and work of Maxfield Parrish and his family.
Overview Sculpture Photographs. The collection contains contemporary photographs of the work of American sculptor Herbert Adams, a sometime member of the Cornish Colony of artists.