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Trove of drawings opens a world

Art teacher’s find hidden for 22 years

  • Sketches by painter Donald Greason of the Boston Symphony Orchestra  have been stashed away at Franklin High Schoool for at least 20 years. Art teacher Nanci Sabino found them when she started teaching at Franklin 22 years ago and has kept them in the classroom ever since. Greason made several paintings of the BSO in the late 1930s.

    Sketches by painter Donald Greason of the Boston Symphony Orchestra have been stashed away at Franklin High Schoool for at least 20 years. Art teacher Nanci Sabino found them when she started teaching at Franklin 22 years ago and has kept them in the classroom ever since. Greason made several paintings of the BSO in the late 1930s.

  • Sketches by painter Donald Greason of the Boston Symphony Orchestra  have been stashed away at Franklin High Schoool for at least 20 years. Art teacher Nanci Sabino found them when she started teaching at Franklin 22 years ago and has kept them in the classroom ever since. Greason made several paintings of the BSO in the late 1930s.<br/><br/>(Mike Alberici for the Monitor)

    Sketches by painter Donald Greason of the Boston Symphony Orchestra have been stashed away at Franklin High Schoool for at least 20 years. Art teacher Nanci Sabino found them when she started teaching at Franklin 22 years ago and has kept them in the classroom ever since. Greason made several paintings of the BSO in the late 1930s.

    (Mike Alberici for the Monitor)

  • Sketches by painter Donald Greason of the Boston Symphony Orchestra  have been stashed away at Franklin High Schoool for at least 20 years. Art teacher Nanci Sabino found them when she started teaching at Franklin 22 years ago and has kept them in the classroom ever since. Greason made several paintings of the BSO in the late 1930s.

    Sketches by painter Donald Greason of the Boston Symphony Orchestra have been stashed away at Franklin High Schoool for at least 20 years. Art teacher Nanci Sabino found them when she started teaching at Franklin 22 years ago and has kept them in the classroom ever since. Greason made several paintings of the BSO in the late 1930s.

  • Sketches by painter Donald Greason of the Boston Symphony Orchestra  have been stashed away at Franklin High Schoool for at least 20 years. Art teacher Nanci Sabino found them when she started teaching at Franklin 22 years ago and has kept them in the classroom ever since. Greason made several paintings of the BSO in the late 1930s.
  • Sketches by painter Donald Greason of the Boston Symphony Orchestra  have been stashed away at Franklin High Schoool for at least 20 years. Art teacher Nanci Sabino found them when she started teaching at Franklin 22 years ago and has kept them in the classroom ever since. Greason made several paintings of the BSO in the late 1930s.<br/><br/>(Mike Alberici for the Monitor)
  • Sketches by painter Donald Greason of the Boston Symphony Orchestra  have been stashed away at Franklin High Schoool for at least 20 years. Art teacher Nanci Sabino found them when she started teaching at Franklin 22 years ago and has kept them in the classroom ever since. Greason made several paintings of the BSO in the late 1930s.

Trove of 1930s drawings found in Franklin opens an orchestral world

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