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In 1903, Madeline Yale Wynne (1847-1918), a leader in the American Arts and Crafts movement, constructed an oak bride’s chest ornamented with hammered copper panels, wrought iron hinges, and semi-precious stones. Known as the Garden of Hearts for its carved and painted scene of three inverted heart-shaped trees standing alongside a winding river, the chest is a tour-de-force of Arts and Crafts design—which favored handcraftsmanship over mechanized production—and showcases Wynne’s many talents as a painter, metalsmith, and woodworker.
Now open Saturdays! Visit the newly reopened Wilson Printing Office where printer in residence Martin Antonetti will be on hand to demonstrate the printing process for visitors. This shop was […]
Open 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Wednesdays through Sundays, in the Flynt Center of Early New England Life. Historic Deerfield’s Textile Gallery provides a visual feast for visitors! Come see […]