|The Thornless Honey Locust in front off Aspet House has continued to thrive|
since its planting in 1886, just one year after Saint-Gaudens first summered here.
in the Atrium
|Mount Ascutney from the "Little Studio"|
The Shaw Memorial
Some of the most affecting pieces included the triumphant Robert
with the Shaw Memorial which stands at the edge of Boston Common just across the street from the Massachusetts State House. Shaw was the commander of the all black 54th Massachusetts
The Adams Memorial
The Adams Memorial is a much different piece of funereal art. It is
|Study of |
Gen William Tecumseh Sherman
|Diana in the|
|Diana in the Little Studio|
The grounds of The Saint Gaudens Historic Site are accessible year round, but the exhibit buildings are open only from the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend to October 31 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and the grounds until dusk. For more information, check out the park web site. The site includes a very helpful IPad App, which describes most of the attractions and provides a virtual tour of the grounds and galleries.