Hosmer House, Concord by Charles Henry Richert

Hosmer House, Concord by Charles Henry Richert

Hosmer House, Concord

Charles Henry Richert

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Title

Hosmer House, Concord

 
Artist
Year
c. 1920  
Technique
blockprint 
Image Size
7 7/8 x 9 7/8" image size 
Signature
unsigned 
Edition Size
probably 25 
Annotations
 
Reference
 
Paper
ivory wove 
State
 
Publisher
 
Inventory ID
7067 
Price
$175.00 
Description

This house is now called the Hunt-Hosmer House owing to its historic designation in the 1930s. It had belonged to the early settler families the Hosmers and the Hunts. Jonathan Hosmer married Submit Hunt in the mid 1700s, and various members of their families participated in the Revolutionary War. Portions of the house are from the 1670s, categorizing it as “First Period” American architecture, while the primary structure was built around 1700 and added to around 1800. It remains on Lowell Road in Concord, Massachusetts.

Charles Henry Richert's creative output was largely centered around the landscapes and historic architecture of New England where he lived and worked for the entirety of his life.

 
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