Hettie Sherman Evarts Beaman
22 1/4 x 20 x 3/8 in. (56.5 x 50.8 x 1 cm)
(Dublin, Ireland, 1848 - 1907, Cornish, NH)
Medium and Support:
Gift of Mary Ellen Gaylord
Location: Not currently on view
Artist's monogram, upper right
Inscription, upper edge: CORNISH NEW HAMPSHIRE OCTOBER NINETEEN HUNDRED
Inscription, left center in wreath: HETTIE SHERMAN BEAMAN
Foundry mark, lower right: GORHAM CO FOUNDERS
Hettie Sherman Evarts Beaman and Charles Cotesworth Beaman, Jr., Cornish, NH; to the Lakin family (Mrs. Lakin was the Beaman's daughter); to their daughter and son-in-law, Hettie Beaman Lakin Shumway and F. Ritter Shumway, Rochester, NY; to their daughter, Mary Ellen Gaylord; given to the Gallery in 1994
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This object was included in the following exhibitions:
This object has the following bibliographic references:
Audrey Lightkep Miller
and Carol Miller Reed.
Commitment to Community: Celebrating the Heritage and Legacy of Frank Ritter Shumway & Hettie Beaman Lakin Shumway.
Rochester, NY: Rochester Institute of Technology, 1994.
John H. Dryfhout.
This Land of Pure Delight: Charles C. Beaman and Blowmedown Farm.
Cornish, NH: Augustus Saint-Gaudens Memorial, 2000.
Article Author: Holcomb, Grant.
Article Title: From the Director.
Article Scope: Article.
Rochester, NY: Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester
Issue Date: March-April 1995.
Page Number: 2
Memorial Art Gallery.
Rochester, NY: Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, 2000--.
Article Scope: Mention.
A Circle of Friends: Art Colonies of Cornish and Dublin.
Durham, NH: University Art Galleries, University of New Hampshire
Article Author: Duffy, Henry J..
Article Title: Augustus Saint-Gaudens: Charles Cotesworth Beaman, 1894; Hettie Sherman Evarts B.
Article Scope: Chapter and reproduction.
Marjorie B. Searl, ed.
Seeing America: painting and sculpture from the collection of the Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester.
Rochester, NY: Memorial Art Gallery, 2006.
Page Number: 118-122
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See links to web pages and lesson plans
Chapter on Augustus Saint-Gaudens' portraits of Charles Cotesworth Beaman, and Hettie Sherman Evarts Beaman, written by Henry J. Duffy.