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Print of a young woman, in red/salmon-colored flowing robe, walking. A brown and white, long-eared dog accompanies her. Ivory mat and gold-painted wood frame with embossed decoration on corners and center of each side. Print is signed by Thomas Appleton but is a copy of the painting originally created by Gerorge Romney.

Image of Painting - 1895

Painting - 1895

Watercolor, titled "Dogwood Branches and Bees" painted in 1895 by Paul de Longpre. Gold mat, gold painted wood frame, glass enclosure.

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"Farmhouse in Vermont" is a watercolor painting by Marjorie Lyon. The scene is a gray farmhouse in a landscape of trees: one still green, some bare, some with fall color. The colors are browns, greens, orange and gray. The painting is framed in a non-collection frame of simple brown wood.

Image of Painting - 1922

Painting - 1922

Oil sketch, titled "Lotus." Woodland setting, with tall white flowers in the foreground. Various shades of green, some red, pink, gray, white flowers. Frame is wood, painted black in outer border, with a filigree-type design, painted in gold. Paper backing. Estelle Clements owned this painting.

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Framed, matted watercolor painting, "Vermont Barn" Painted and signed by Marjorie Lyon. Hangs on wall, over bed, in the Sewing Room. Framed with UV, light blocking glass.

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This is a watercolor landscape of a house in a marsh. It is signed L.F. Edmonds on the bottom left. The frame is a gold leaf collection frame.

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This is a watercolor of a path through woods. No horizon. The painting is in a gold leaf frame with a gold matte. The matte covers the signature in the right corner although the first initial appears to be E. This has been re-matted.

Image of Painting - 1950s-1970s

Painting - 1950s-1970s

The scene is of the kitchen/painting studio of Priscilla Ordway, Marjorie Lyon's art teacher and mentor. Priscilla and Marjorie met at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts School , and became life-long friends. Priscilla was a frequent visitor to Blithewold. Shown in the painting are two people working on art projects. Colors are blue, tan, white, red and yellow. Exhibited at the Copley Society of Boston, 1963. As a child Marjorie took painting lessons one summer with Mrs. Lulu Pratt, and another with Hannah Drury, both of Bristol. One of her earliest watercolors was done in 1897 when she was 13. Another watercolor dates to around 1900 when she was 16 years old. Marjorie's love of painting blo