Winslow Homer Studio

Winslow Homer Studio museum

  Winslow Homer Studio Prout’s Neck / Scarborough, Maine After completing the earlier years of his illustrious artistic career elsewhere, Winslow Homer came to settle on the coast of Maine in 1884 on some land adjacent to his father’s summer home at Prout’s Neck in Scarborough, Maine. The famous landscape painter relocated his father’s carriage house about 150 feet along … VIEW PROJECT +

South Solon Meeting House Solon, Maine

South Solon Meeting House

South Solon Meeting House Solon, Maine This modest circa 1842 traditional colonial meeting house with classical revival elements is one of the more remarkable historic structures in the nation for reasons not obvious from the exterior. In the 1950s, the interior of the building was transformed by the introduction of plaster frescos on the walls and ceilings. The extensive frescos … VIEW PROJECT +

Portland Museum of Art Portland, Maine

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Portland Museum of Art Portland, Maine The Portland Museum of Art originally consisted of the 1801 McLellan House and its 1911 addition of the LDM Sweat Galleries. In 1983, the Charles Shipman Payson addition gave the museum a new face onto Congress Street. In 2007, the museum purchased its Greek Revival neighbor, the 1832 Charles Quincy Clapp House. Mills Whitaker … VIEW PROJECT +

Paul Revere Education & Visitor Center North End/ Boston

Paul Revere house sign

    Paul Revere Education & Visitor Center North End / Boston, Massachusetts The Paul Revere Memorial Association is the steward of the Paul Revere House, circa 1680, and the Pierce/Hichborn House, circa 1711. The Revere House is well known for its association with the famous patriot, silversmith, and midnight riding herald. The lesser known Pierce/Hichborn House is one of … VIEW PROJECT +

John B. Gough Estate

stairway in the John B. Gough house

  John B. Gough Estate / Boylston, Massachusetts The Gough Estate, an elegant 1848 Italianate residence with a subsequent circa 1860 addition, sits on a hillside overlooking its surrounding pastoral grounds. Since 2000, the Hillside Restoration Project has worked to halt ongoing deterioration of this important National Landmark. In 2009, the Town of Boylston retained Mills Whitaker Architects to develop … VIEW PROJECT +

Charles Q. Clapp House

Charles Q Clapp House exterior

  Charles Q. Clapp House / Portland, Maine This 1832 mansion is one of the finest surviving examples of early Greek Revival domestic architecture in the city of Portland. In 1914, the home was altered by Architect John Calvin Stevens and used as offices and art studios by the Portland School of Art. In 2007, this facility was reacquired by … VIEW PROJECT +