Courtesy of Beaverbrook Art Gallery | Licence: Public Domain
Courtesy of Beaverbrook Art Gallery | Licence: Public Domain

The Putnam House, Fredericton

Comments? Do please tell us: [email protected]

From the Collection

Description

Descriptive medium: pen, watercolour, and pencil on paper laid down on pressed paperboard

Image Licence

Image Credit

Courtesy of Beaverbrook Art Gallery

From the Watercolour World

Location

736 King Street, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada

Country

Tww Comment

This house was the home of lawyer Charles Putnam and was at that time called Willow Grove. Fred Edgecombe added towers, bays, cupolas and decorative siding to the home around 1896. Today the house is the Office of the Integrity Commissioner.