Wharton Esherick's iconic Three-Legged Stools, 1950 - 1970 Wharton Esherick’s Three-Legged Stools are some of his most iconic and recognizable
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"The Lane" wood engraving, 1931. A tree-lined drive, simple and clean in it’s balanced symmetry creates the scene of Wharton
Halloween is upon us and we are excited to repost our November 2011 blog entry highlighting what some consider the first horror
Ken McNelis sketching in the bedroom. Though celebrated by a younger generation of woodworkers, Wharton Esherick never embraced the role
Katelin cataloging the models in Esherick’s bedroom. We’ve been soaking up the summer sun on the hilltop here, and with
Hedgerow Theatre, Image courtesy of Wikicommons. This month's article was originally published in the Wharton Esherick Museum Quarterly from Winter
This early woodcut by Wharton Eshrick illustrated the poem, "Ornaments," in "Rhymes of Early Jungle Folk," 1922. Wharton Esherick’s adventures
March is Women's History Month, and while there have been many amazing women involved in Esherick's life and the history of the
Theodore Dreiser. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. Few things inspired Esherick like his closest friends, one of which was American
Usually, our Woodcut Wednesday posts on our Facebook page consist of just a few sentences about one of the over 350 woodcut