This early woodcut by Wharton Eshrick illustrated the poem, "Ornaments," in "Rhymes of Early Jungle Folk," 1922. Wharton Esherick’s adventures
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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
Sketch from the 'Behind the Scenes at Hedgerow' folder labeled 'Setting Androcles for the Camera, 1947.' Climb the red oak
Rhythms II on display in the forest of Esherick sculptures that is the main gallery. Among Wharton Esherick’s final sculptures
Fall is a time of fresh air and striking foliage, and a time when nature’s critters try to find their way indoors.
The road to Paoli circa 1914. We hosted our Annual Members’ Party with extra fanfare this month, in celebration of
"New England Cottage", watercolor, 1920. There are just two weeks left to check out our latest exhibition, Wanderlust: Wharton’s Travels
On the mahogany sideboard in the Wharton Esherick Museum’s main gallery sits a model, a piece that could easily be mistaken for