Behind the scenes

home of art

Celestino ``Charlie`` DiSantis, who owned The Log Cabin for 50 years, loved food and art. He stocked his restaurant with fine, historical paintings as well as his own excellent copies of paintings by famous artists like Modigliani, Gaugin, Matisse, Van Gogh, Picasso and Goya. To this collection, the Liddell Family added some of their own favorites, including works of local artists Ann DeLaurentis, Kerry Sacco, and Mark Workman. In total, there are more than 100 paintings, etchings, woodcuts, and other artworks on display throughout The Log Cabin.

Main Floor

Historic Art

  • “The Bookseller’s Wife” by Francisco de Goya. (1805-8) (Front Entrance)
  •  “The Lute Player” by Theodoor Rombouts (1620). (Piano Lounge)
  • “Boy with Cap and Riding Crop” by Lauber (1900). (Main Hallway)
  • “Cardinal Thomaso Inghirami” by Raffaello Sanzio (1512) . (Porch Room)
  • “Harbor Scene” by Eugene Lepoittevin (19th Century). (Main Dining Room)
Second Floor

Modern Art

  • “Gertrude Stein” by Pablo Picasso. (Upstairs Hall)
  • “The Cellist” by Amedeo Modigliani (1909). (Balcony Room)
  • “Francois-Marius Granet” by Jon Auguste Dominque Ingres (1807). (Balcony Room)
  • “Portrait of Armand Roulin” by Vincent Van Gogh (1888). (Sunset Room)
The Log Cabin Series

Local Art

  • “The Log Cabin” by Ann Delaurentis
  • “An Evening At The Cabin” by Ann Delaurentis
  • ” Zook’s Mill Covered Bridge” by Kerry Sacco