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In the cultivated wildness of their flower gardens, local artists showcased their delight in color, pattern, and form. According to…

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Although Florence Griswold’s unique role in the history of American art has been well documented, we have known surprisingly little…

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In 2013 the noted silver designer Siro Toffolon donated to the Florence Griswold Museum an important collection of Revolutionary War…

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Tired of cold and snow? Read about two remarkable New England winters.

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Patterns of paper lace, festive birds and flowers, and intricately layered designs first attract a viewer to the historic Valentines…

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Surrounded by sweeping views of Hadlyme’s meadows and rock-strewn hillsides in a spacious studio created from a former stock barn,…

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When Lyme artists sent holiday cards to relatives and friends, they often shared original watercolors, drawings, lithographs, and woodblock prints.

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Like the dramatic red-tinged cliffs of New Haven’s East Rock captured on two canvases in the exhibition Animal, Vegetable, Mineral:…

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Margaret Brown, who was president of the Florence Griswold Museum and the Lyme Historical Society from 1968 to 1974, was…

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Amid the recipes, medicinal cures, and obituary clippings pasted into a simple string-bound scrapbook appears a hand-written list of Judge…

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Captain Robert Griswold is remembered as a respected sea captain who owned one of the grandest homes in Old Lyme…

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The dazzling displays of Old Lyme’s gardens have captured the eye of painters and photographers for more than a century.…

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