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The Maine Forestry Museum "MFM" is just about ready for our Logging Festival this coming Friday & Saturday July 28th & 29th! ... See MoreSee Less

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The first day of the Maine Forestry Museum's Logging Festival will include arts & crafts vendors, children's activities, indoor & outdoor museum displays, witness the traditional burying of the beans for our Bean-Hole dinner served on Saturday of the Festival and more!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

Maine Forestry Museum 37th Annual Logging Festival

July 28, 2017, 10:00am - July 28, 2017, 3:00pm

The first day of the Maine Forestry Museum's Logging Festival will include arts & crafts vendors, ch...

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Come join us at the Maine Forestry Museum for it's 33rd Annual Little Mr & Miss Woodchip competition. The Museum invites every girl and boy aged 6 to 8 to sign up for the contest. Contestants may sing a song or recite a poem: they may choose a favorite or write their own. Every Woodchip contestant receives a prize. Winners will ride on the Woodchip float the following day in the Logging Parade. The evening also includes cloggers, music and light refreshments. Come and join the fun. To enter your child and for more information on the contest please contact Liz Pimentel at 917-836-1632. ... See MoreSee Less

33rd Annual Little Mr & Miss Woodchip Competition

July 28, 2017, 7:00pm - July 28, 2017, 8:00pm

Come join us at the Maine Forestry Museum for it's 33rd Annual Little Mr & Miss Woodchip competitio...

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Alden Grant Prints & Note Cards

Alden Grant Prints & Notecards

Through his 19 color paintings reproduced in “Logging in the Maine Woods,” Mr. Alden Grant offers us a guided tour of the 1915 to 1928 sporting camps and logging camps of the Rangeley Lakes Region of western Maine. Inspired by both environmental concerns and the skills of the timber men, Mr. Grant shares his knowledge about life in the woods with the men who cut down the four-foot-wide “pumpkin pine” and the balsam fir which provided lumber and paper.

Here we offer you the opportunity to own fine art Giclée prints of these classic paintings in a variety of sizes, with your choice of matte or no matte, or framed, as well as prints on canvas that are virtually identical to the real painting. These are of the highest quality reproduction available in the art world.
The complete Alden Grant Painting Collection at the Maine Forestry Museum is curated by Harry Simon, owner of the Simon Gallery in Morristown, New Jersey.  We are grateful to have his expertise.


Pricing is as follows:

When ordering, please fill in the title of the print that you order in the “Special Instructions/Comments” part of the Paypal order.

Canvas Prints: (Giclée prints on stretched canvas – special order*)
16 x 20……………$180

18 x 24……………$220

24 x 30……………$340

Matted Prints (Giclée prints on archival paper – special order*)
9 x 11.25 \……….$55
9 x 12 /

12 x 15 \……….$78
12 x 16 /

Alden Grant Prints & Note Cards for sale from Maine Forestry Museum