Wellesley Town Hall


Wellesley Massachusetts is a gorgeous town with a rich history and many notable residents.  This piece depicts Wellesley’s Town Hall, a Romanesque stone building designed by Shaw & Hunnewell and finished in 1886. Original and prints are available.

If you look closely, you may see some notable residents of Wellesley:

Katharine Lee Bates who wrote America the Beautiful;
poet Sylvia Plath;
Joseph Edward Murray who won the Nobel prize in medicine for the first kidney transplant;
Henry Durant who founded Wellesley College;
Jane Curtin and Mindy Kalig, comedians, writers, actors and producers
Emily Greene Balch, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize;
Horatio Hollis Hunnewell who worked to create the town of Wellesley and a philanthropic leader;
Roger Nash Baldwin, the founder of the ACLU.

Also hidden in the sky and stone are Wellesley College’s accomplished alumnae, Madeline Albright and Hillary Clinton.

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Giclee prints are created with a high resolution scan of the original work and then printed on heavy acid-free paper with ultra-chrome pigmented fine art ink. Each is individually signed and presented in an archival off-white mat, ready for a standard size frame. Or you can buy the art framed and ready to hang in either black or natural wood frames.

Larger prints (8×10 and above) are limited edition and reproduce the ragged edges of the originals, showing the pieces of the collage. For larger prints or custom sizes, contact the artist.

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