UNEXCITABLE STREAM — Concord, Massachusetts
Corncord River behind the Old Manse.
“We stand now on the river’s brink. It may well be called the Concord — the river of peace and quietness; for it is certainly the most unexcitable and sluggish stream that ever loitered imperceptibly towards its eternity — the sea. Positively I had lived three weeks beside it before it grew quite clear to my perception which way the current flowed.”
— Nathaniel Hawthorne
Mosses from an Old Manse, 1846
All prints are signed, numbered and shipped matted.
Also Available: Framing for Fine Art Prints ($125 per print)
The Literary America Collection of Fine Art Prints have been exhibited at the National Steinbeck Center in Salinas, CA (2010) and at the Faulkner Gallery in Santa Barbara, CA (2012).