Drawing Covert

Welcome to “Drawing Covert,” the official blog of the National Sporting Library & Museum (NSLM) in Middleburg, Virginia.

“Drawing Covert,” refers to the practice in foxhunting of putting hounds in a covert (pronounced like “cover”), a thicket or wooded brush area, to find the fox. This blog’s purpose is to explore the exhibitions, tours, research, programs, and events at NSLM as well as its unique collection of books, archives, paintings, sculpture more.