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Crow House, the hand-built home and studio of the once-renowned painter and potter Henry Varnum Poor

Crow House Rising | American Craft Council

Potter and painter Henry Varnum Poor understood that building a house might bring him fame, but could he have foreseen that his home might restore his artistic legacy?

Henry Varnum Poor House in Rockland County, New York.

The home of renowned artist Henry Varnum Poor is filled with hundreds of thousands of dollars of his work has fallen into disrepair despite a seven-year-old agreement to preserve it.

The ceramics studio at the Crow House, home of artist Henry Varnum Poor, is photographed June 4, 2014 in New City. Poor, known for his ceramics and paintings, built the house starting in 1920. It features some of his art and still contains some of his art inside. His son, Peter, and several preservationists are upset because they feel the house is being allowed to rot in the elements. The Town of Ramapo bought the home and said it would preserve it.

The home of renowned artist Henry Varnum Poor is filled with hundreds of thousands of dollars of his work has fallen into disrepair despite a seven-year-old agreement to preserve it.

Crow-House-Pottery-Studio- Henry Varnum Poor's studio

Crow-House-Pottery-Studio- Henry Varnum Poor's studio

Crow House Rising | American Craft Council

Potter and painter Henry Varnum Poor understood that building a house might bring him fame, but could he have foreseen that his home might restore his artistic legacy?

Henry Varnum Poor's house in NY

Henry Varnum Poor's house in NY

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Crow House Rising | American Craft Council

Potter and painter Henry Varnum Poor understood that building a house might bring him fame, but could he have foreseen that his home might restore his artistic legacy?

Crow House Rising | American Craft Council

Potter and painter Henry Varnum Poor understood that building a house might bring him fame, but could he have foreseen that his home might restore his artistic legacy?

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