It is with deep sadness we share the news that Mansfield Bascom, Co-Founder of the Wharton Esherick Museum, passed away on Monday,
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Solid wood -- and sometimes curving -- bookshelves line the walls of Wharton's bedroom. This month we are delighted
Left: Library Ladder, Wharton Esherick, 1969, walnut. Photo by Eoin O'Neill. Right: Doris, Wharton Esherick, 1920, plaster. In the publication
The Furniture and Sculpture of Wharton Esherick: A Retrospective at the Museum of Contemporary Crafts
Installation view of Esherick's 1958-1959 retrospective at the Museum of Contemporary Crafts. Featured in the image are Darling (1940); white oak;
This May we kicked off an exciting new social media series, Creatives on Esherick, inviting contemporary artists, makers, and scholars to share
As our temporary closure has continued, we have continued to find new ways to share the inspiration inherent in Esherick’s Studio, and
Rob Leonard admiring Esherick's sense of play in 'The Race,' the horse and jockey game Esherick carved for his children. Photo
In celebration of Women’s History Month, we are excited to repost this 2013 blog entry by former Executive Director & Curator Paul
Miriam Phillips and Wharton Esherick, 1965. Unless otherwise noted, all quotes in this blog post were taken from oral history
Wharton Esherick's 1958 Cabinet Desk. Photo courtesy of James Mario. This month we were excited for the opening of