Out and About – A Photo Essay
by Elizabeth Eby
(Ed. note: This Out and About post is the first in a series – an occasional photo feature by artist, photographer, and Capitol Hill resident Elizabeth Eby. She finds vignettes while out and about on Capitol Hill.)
Here’s a photo of a painting of snowdrops and Virginia bluebells by George Weymouth, a neighbor and good friend of Andrew Weyth. Frolic, as he was known, was a horseman and “bon vivant” (see his New York Times obituary https://nyti.ms/3Ku6hOZ ). Weymouth was one of the founders of the Weyth Museum and the Brandywine Conservancy Trust – a three hour drive from Capitol Hill. The collection includes many of Weyth’s best known works as well as original illustrations of Treasure Island. The museum is very intimate and visitors get to know generations of the Weyth family, personal histories of a few of Andrew’s models and local history starting with the Revolutionary War.
4 responses to “Out and About – A Photo Essay”
These are wonderful photos, Elizabeth!
I agree with Bengal. And your own prose comments are also most interesting.
This post is very nice
I love this new occasional feature both the photography and the content. Thanks!