Of the fifty works that Ellen Wilson exhibited in the Arts and Crafts Guild exhibition in Philadelphia in 1913, the majority were New Jersey landscapes. Although Ellen did not paint the first summer that she and her family were at the Governor's mansion, "Sea Girt," the summer of 1912 was happier and more productive.


  • Title: Landscape sketch with sailboats
  • Creator: Ellen Axson Wilson
  • Date: c.1912
  • Physical Location: The President Woodrow Wilson House (Currently traveling off-site)
  • Medium: Oil on wood

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