Connecticut Historical Society: Connecticut's Landscape

Haddam, about 1758. Painted by Sibyl Huntington. Museum purchase, Connecticut Historical Society collection. [The painting represents the Connecticut River flowing near the church at Haddam, Connecticut. If the landscape was painted in the early years of the Mays' marriage, then the church at the center of the cluster of buildings represents the second meeting house of Haddam, which was built in 1721 and used until 1771.]

( Connecticut Historical Society / June 27, 2014 )

Haddam, about 1758. Painted by Sibyl Huntington. Museum purchase, Connecticut Historical Society collection. [The painting represents the Connecticut River flowing near the church at Haddam, Connecticut. If the landscape was painted in the early years of the Mays' marriage, then the church at the center of the cluster of buildings represents the second meeting house of Haddam, which was built in 1721 and used until 1771.]

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