Abigail Adams and Betsy Ross. Mark Twain and Woodie Guthrie. The word Americana brings to mind images of farm and family, ingenuity and perseverance. It also implies a collection of artifacts (be it music, literature, or painting) that relate to our common geography, national folklore, and cultural history. Marieluise Hutchinson gives shape to many of these treasured elements in her trademark paintings of New England. Lovingly rendered scenes immortalize simple architecture and celebrate the details and simple pleasures of quintessential American life.
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