The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum Honors Preservationist Wallace Nutting

Interior of the Webb House. Interior of the Webb House. Wikimedia Commons

The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum in Wethersfield, Connecticut, is currently hosting the exhibition Wallace Nutting: Preservation Pioneer. The event celebrates the life and work of Wallace Nutting, a popular artist and photographer who also manufactured high-quality reproduction furniture that helped spur the Colonial Revival movement. The show will also explore Nutting’s role as a respected collector of American antiques, lecturer, author, and restorer of historic buildings, including the Joseph Webb House, which is owned by the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum.

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