ADRIAN MARTINEZ PRESENTS THE VISIONARY WORLD OF HUMPHRY MARSHALL 1750-1800

PORTRAIT OF HUMPHRY MARSHALL

NOW OPEN at the Chester County Historical Society

 225 N. High Street, West Chester, PA 19380

HOURS Tues. – Sat. 9:30am to 4:30pm

History unfolds through the eyes of an artist

An exhibit of original paintings and historical objects

See Adrian and his latest work in progress – Cornwallis at 4:00 A.M.; Kennett Square, 9/11/1777 – on Saturday, September 16th and Sunday, September 17th at the reenactment of the Battle of the Brandywine!

Free Admission and Parking! For event details and time, visit: Brandywine2017.

Work in Progress – Battle of the Brandywine

Snow in Chester County

We were more than a little worried about our ability to post something today, but thankfully both our power and internet stayed functional despite the outrageous blizzard. Though we may not see our poor truck until spring.

Snow Truck

Snow has yet to become an element in the world of Humphry Marshall, but my father did do some snow related and period appropriate work! I modeled as a snow-beleaguered soldier at Valley Forge, which later resulted in an excellent drawing. Thanks to the flexibility of art and the convenience of face obscuring headwear, I’m actually the model for both of the men on the left.

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