Saint-Gaudens and Abraham Lincoln
Augustus Saint-Gaudens was a great admirer of Lincoln and created two monuments to the fallen president. A special exhibit and tour at the park features these two sculptures. A new, free booklet details the history and development of the monuments, as well as other connections between Saint-Gaudens and Lincoln.
Did You Know?
President Woodrow Wilson became a part of the "Cornish Art Colony" when he established the summer White House in Cornish, N.H. for three years during his administration (1913,14,15). His first wife, Ellen Axson Wilson, was a painter.