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The South Solon Meeting House is a 19th-century Gothic Revival church containing a 20th-century artistic treasure.
During the 1950s, the church was decorated in frescoes. The works were created by artists chosen by national juries. The founders and faculty of the nearby Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture helped organize the project.
The fresco painters include Sigmund Abeles, Alfred Blaustein, Edwin Brooks, Ashley Bryan, Williard Cummings, Sidney Hurwitz, William King, Tom Mikkelson, Anne Poor, Henry Varnum Poor, Judith Shuman, Sidney Simon and John Wallace.