Noreen Taylor has been painting theorems for nearly a decade. The Dover, Delaware, resident discovered the art while visiting the Winterthur Museum and was intrigued with the form. She was fortunate to take classes from a third-generation New England theorem painter and strives to pass on this 19th-Century American schoolgirl tradition by conducting classes of her own.
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If you’re a history buff, Moore’s Tavern will surely impress. Once a tavern in the late 1700s, this 3-story estate offers 10 bedrooms, 8 wood burning fireplaces, and nearly 7,000 square feet of living space.. $625,000.