Photo of Windham Center Village

Photo of Windham Center Village
from a Weir Family Album

Photo courtesy National Park Service
Weir Farm National Historic Site
Wilton, CT

Connecticut Village

J. Alden Weir, Connecticut Village
(Going to School), after 1891
Oil on canvas, 24 1/8 x 20 1/8"
Bequest of Miss Adelaide Milton deGroot (1876-1967), Accession Number: 67.187.143;
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Selected works by Weir known to have been painted while he was living in Windham
The Adams Children, 1910 (National Park Service, Weir Farm National Historic Site)
Ailanthus Tree, 1905 (Private Collection)
Anna with A Greyhound, 1882-83 (Private Collection)
At the Piano, 1890  (Private Collection)
The Barns at Windham, 1905 (Private Collection)
The Building of the Dam, 1908 (Cleveland Museum of Art)
Bush, 1882 (Private Collection)
Connecticut Village, (Going to School) after 1891 (Metropolitan Museum of Art)
The Factory Village, 1897 (Metropolitan Museum of Art)
The Farmers Lawn c. 1888-1890 (Private collection)
Frink House and Barn (Private Collection)
Hunter and Dogs, 1912 (Smithsonian American Art Museum)
Indian Hollow Oak, c. 1910 (Private Collection)
Landscape, 1894 (New Britain Museum of American of Art)
Landscape with Row of Trees (Woods at Windham), c. 1910 (Private Collection)
Landscape with Stone Wall, Windham, c. 1892 (National Park Service Weir Farm National Historic Site)
Lizzie Lynch, 1910 (Private Collection)
Meadows at Windham (Private Collection)
Mills Along the River (Connecticut Historical Society)
Norwich on the Thames, 1910 (Private Collection)
Obweebetuck, 1908 (Corcoran Gallery of Art)
Obweebetuck, 1908 (Private Collection)
Path in the Woods No. 1, c. 1903 (Cincinnati Art Museum)
Path in the Woods No. 2, c. 1903 (Private Collection)
Portrait of Dorothy (Mrs. Mahonri Young) c. 1915 (Museum of Art, Brigham Young University)
Portrait of Lou Frink, 1910 (Akus Gallery, Eastern Connecticut State University)
Portrait of Mrs. Ella Baker Weir, c. 1900-1910 (Museum of Art, Brigham Young University)
The Red Bridge (Iron Bridge at Windham), 1895 (Metropolitan Museum of Art)
The Road to Willimantic (Private Collection)
River Scene, Near Norwich, Connecticut, 1910 (Private Collection)
The Shadow of My Studio, Windham (Private Collection)
Shetucket River (Private Collection)
The Spreading Oak (Windham), 1910 (Portland Art Museum) 
The Spring House, Windham, 1910-19 (Private Collection)
Suburban Village (Windham Village), after 1891 (Phoenix Art Museum)
The Train to (from) Norwich, 1910 (Private Collection)
U. S. Thread Company Mills, Willimantic, Connecticut, c. 1893/97 (National Gallery of Art)
View from My Windham Studio (Private Collection)
View of the Cabbage Patch, c.1890 (Private Collection)
White Oaks, 1910 (Akron Art Museum)
Willimantic Connecticut, 1903 (Arizona State University Art Museum)
Windham from Mullin Hill, c. 1895 (Florence Griswold Museum)
Willimantic Thread Factory, 1893 (Brooklyn Museum of Art)
Windham Village, c. 1913-14 (Saint Louis Art Museum)