Old Lyme

Talcott came to Old Lyme in 1901. Inspired by the landscape, Talcott entered into his peak period as an artist, with his paintings taking on an increasingly tonal and American Barbizon aspect. He created hundreds of panels and several major works, and his Old Lyme scenes were exhibited at the National Academy of Design, the Salmagundi Club, the National Arts Club, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, and elsewhere.

Late October, Lyme

April Buds and Blossoms

Budding Trees

At the Pond, Springtime

By the Ledges

Cedar Grove

A Meadow Pond

Blazing Skies

Old Lyme Meadow

Crescent Moon


Quiet Day on the Lieutenant

Early Autumn in Connecticut



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