What do trains have to do with 203 N. Amity? Well [beyond that Eddie visited Baltimore whenever transferring between its two depots,] in fact, several Plein Air artists will be depicting Poe’s “1830s” landscape this coming weekend. Why not stop by to chat and then visit the Poe House & Museum?

We’re happy to welcome artists Matt Fenton (this is his “Smoke and Steam”, learn more @ http://www.matt4art.com/) and Barbara Treasure (learn more @ http://www.bakerartistawards.org/nominat…/…/barbaratreasure/)

Both will be depicting the historic views during this brief moment of time before major construction will forever change the views around Poe’s former home.

Visit our Facebook page to learn more (or to register with us for the upcoming Plein Air weekends…)

The Edgar Allan Poe House & Museum

203 N. Amity Street, Baltimore MD, 21223

COVID-19 Update: Poe House is open for private appointments only. Walk-ins are not permitted. Please click to schedule.

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