Museum Exhibitions

Highfield Hall and Gardens “Home” Exhibit
Featuring Wallace Nutting

Exhibit runs from January 28 - March 22, 2020

56 Highfield Drive
Falmouth, MA

The exhibition focuses on the concept of home and its physical, spiritual and symbolic elements. Co-executive director Joanne Ingersoll has devoted one room entirely to the legacy of Wallace Nutting who she felt crafted an iconic image of the American home. Joanne feels that Nutting preservation of several colonial homes from destruction sets him apart from other furniture makers of his time. On loan are several pieces of Nutting furniture, including a very rare settee, photographs, silhouettes, treenware pieces and ironwork from the collection of Sharon and Kenny Lacasse.


New York Times article below featured the
Webb House Wallace Nutting Exhibit
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"Recalling an Early Martha Stewart at the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum"

Article below highlighted the opening of the
Webb House Wallace Nutting Exhibit - July 4, 2016

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The Wallace Nutting Collectors Club

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