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The inspiration for this image was from a painting featured in the MWM's opening exhibition, Passing Through: The Allure of the White Mountains. The painting is:

The Gate of the Notch from the House of Thomas Crawford, Alvan Fisher, 1834, Oil on…

The inspiration for this image was from a painting featured in the MWM's opening exhibition, Passing Through: The Allure of the White Mountains. The painting is:

The Notch House, Frank Shapleigh, 1879, Oil on canvas, 28 x 41 inches, Private…

The inspiration for this image was from a painting featured in the MWM's opening exhibition, Passing Through: The Allure of the White Mountains. The painting is:

The Crawford Valley from Mount Willard, Frank Shapleigh, 1877, Oil on canvas, 29 1/4…

Mt. Madison is the northern most peak in the Presidential range of the White Mountains. Situated in the col between Madison and Mt. Adams to the southwest is Madison Springs Hut. Originally built in 1888, this mountain lodge is the oldest in the…

While travel through Franconia Notch is visually spectacular, adventures along the trails of Franconia Ridge is altogether stunning. The rocky ascents, the peaks situated majestically above treeline, the vistas from the ridge between Flume and…

What we know today as the Conway Valley was previously home to the Pequawket Indians of the Abenaki tribe. However, skirmishes with settlers interested in expanding along the Saco River resulted in the Pequawket vacating the region by the mid-1750s.…

The inspiration for this image was from a painting featured in the MWM's opening exhibition, Passing Through: The Allure of the White Mountains. The painting is:

Summit of Mount Washington in the White Mountains, Ferdinand Richardt, 1857, Oil on…

The inspiration for this image was from a painting featured in the MWM's opening exhibition, Passing Through: The Allure of the White Mountains. The painting is:

Presidential Range and the Great Gulf from the Summit of Mount Washington, Nicolay…