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Between 1790 and 1840, Americans began to incorporate a worldview interest in a new decorative style called “Fancy.” The movement began in Europe and emphasized interior and architectural details with brilliant color, gilding, marbling, and graining. Join interpreter and historical woodworker John Baron and staff for a workshop and lecture on these historical finishing techniques that were so popular.

Bring a bagged lunch and enjoy the beautiful Palmer-Warner grounds between sessions. All materials included.

If you have any questions, please contact Site Administrator Lynette Fisher at palmer.warner@ctlandmarks.org.

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