Dublin School recently received three beautiful paintings by famous artists, Alexander James and Albert Quigley, from the four children of Dublin School founders, Paul and Nancy Lehmann. Most touching, is the painting of Nancy Metcalf Lehmann, shown to the right, signed and dated by Alexander James, 1939. All three paintings are currently hanging in the School House.
Head of School Brad Bates:
"Our commitment to the arts at Dublin Schools is strongly connected to the rich and enduring legacy of the arts in the Monadnock Region and more specifically to the Monadnock Art Colony. The gift of these paintings will help our students see themselves as part of a larger community of artists, through different historical moments, who have been inspired by the people, culture and beauty of this area. We are indebted to the Lehmann family for their generosity and longstanding efforts to connect our school to this wonderful community. We hope and expect that these paintings will be shared with generations of students and visitors to our campus."