https://youtu.be/8qjUNltQpU4 On each visit to Wharton Esherick’s Studio, you will undoubtedly see an open drawer or cabinet filled with Esherick’s belongings.
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Wharton Esherick's kitchen, added in 1966. Written in 2016 by Dan Macey, this article originally accompanied an event for the
Fireplace and door from the Curtis Bok House, 1935, Wharton Esherick. The captivating and sorrowful sculpture, Nocturne, made by
Andante, 1930, red sandstone, 29 in (height), Wharton Esherick. The Whitney Biennial is thought of as a snapshot of art
This month's blog post was written by Wharton Esherick Museum Executive Director, Julie Siglin. I have always found sailboats to be
This month's article was originally published in the Wharton Esherick Museum Quarterly from Spring 1993. Wharton Esherick and Henry Varnum Poor were
Octagonal School, 1928, Woodcut, Wharton Esherick. The Diamond Rock Schoolhouse is a treasured Chester County landmark, enjoyed by local area
“The beauty of independence, departure, actions that rely on themselves, The American contempt for statues and ceremonies, the boundless impatience
“The New American Craftsman: First Generation ” by Wharton Esherick, Donald McKinley and Sam Maloof, 1966
This conversation has been reprinted with permission from “The New American Craftsman: First Generation ” by Wharton Esherick, Donald McKinley and Sam
"Mary Esherick Plate" Henry Varnum Poor, Ceramic, 1926. Guests to Wharton Esherick’s Studio see his daughter Mary’s likeness in