The Harvard Club of the Palm Beaches
Bethe Lee Moulton
"Discovering the Legacy of J.O.J. Frost"
(Presentation via Zoom)
Come learn about a preeminent yet relatively unknown folk artist, John Orne Johnson “J.O.J.” Frost, who considered himself to be a historian. During the final six years of his life, he produced more than 120 paintings depicting daily life in the fishing village of Marblehead, Massachusetts, during the mid-19th century.
Thursday, September 24, 2020
Bethe Lee Moulton, in partnership with her nonagenarian mother, recently published The Paintings of J.O.J. Frost: An American Story after an exhaustive treasure hunt locating his scattered paintings. A graduate of Cornell with an MBA from Harvard, Moulton grew up in Marblehead. She will present visuals of Frost's art and human-interest photographs, using the "share screen” feature of Zoom.
Harvard Club of the Palm Beaches Members: FREE
HBS Members: $5.00 per person
Non-members: $10.00 per person
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