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  • 26.2 Minute Museum Marathon Tours

    Saturday, October 1, 2016
    2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

    Add to Calendar 10/01/2016 2:00 PM 10/01/2016 5:00 PM America/New_York 26.2 Minute Museum Marathon Tours

    Saturday, October 1
    2:00 – 4:30 p.m., starting every 30 minutes

    The Rockwell Museum collection tells the story of the American experience through a display of stunning art about America. Get the brief introduction to The Rockwell’s collection with 26.2 minute speed tours! 

    Collection Highlights

     Lynx Rufus. Guldenstaed. (Common American Wild Cat), 1842, hand-colored lithograph on paper. 97.37.11 F

    John James Audubon

    Lynx Rufus. Guldenstaed. (Common American Wild Cat), 1842, hand-colored lithograph on paper. 97.37.11 F

    Albert Bierstadt, Mount Whitney, circa 1877, oil on canvas. Rockwell Foundation Purchase. 78.14 F.

    Albert Bierstadt

    Mount Whitney, circa 1877, oil on canvas. Rockwell Foundation Purchase. 78.14 F.

    Elizabeth H. Remington

    The Two Kings: Corn and Cotton, 1876, oil on canvas. Clara S. Peck Fund. 2015.2.

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    Thomas Moran

    Green River, 1877. Oil on canvas. Clara S. Peck bequest. 83.46.14

    N. C. Wyeth, I shall never forget the sight. It was like a great green sea, 1918. Oil on canvas. Clara S. Peck Fund purchase. 94.9.

    N.C. Wyeth

    I shall never forget the sight. It was like a great green sea, 1918. Oil on canvas. Clara S. Peck Fund purchase. 94.9.

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    Walter Ufer

    Walter Ufer, Along the Rio Grande, 1920, Oil on canvas. Gift of Robert F. Rockwell, Jr. 78.70 F.

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    William Howard Shuster

    Abiquiu, circa 1940, woodblock print on paper. Clara S. Peck Fund Purchase. 97.28.1 F

    Alexandre Hogue, Study for Soil and Subsoil, 1946, Casein on paper.
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    Alexandre Hogue

    Study for Soil and Subsoil, 1946, Casein on paper.

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    Fritz Scholder

    Yakima Indian with Shadow. 1976, acrylic on canvas. 2008.2.

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    Emil James Bisstram

    Emil James Bisstram

    Indian Ceremonial, 1959, acrylic lacquer on board. Museum Purchase with Funds Donated by Steven and Karol Wight and the Clara S. Peck Fund. 2015.14

     

    The diverse collection includes a mix of contemporary Native American art with traditional bronze sculptures, landscape paintings and other works that embody America. Founded on a collection by Robert and Hertha Rockwell, the collection today includes some of the best works of the great American artists including Albert Bierstadt, Andy Warhol, Thomas Moran, Alfred Jacob Miller, and especially significant paintings and bronzes by Frederic Remington and Charles Russell. 

    Tours will begin every 30 minutes – free for Wineglass Marathon runners and families! Tours are no additional charge for the general public, with admission fee.

    even MORE during wineglass weekend

    The Rockwell Museum

    Saturday, October 1
    2:00 – 4:30 p.m., starting every 30 minutes

    The Rockwell Museum collection tells the story of the American experience through a display of stunning art about America. Get the brief introduction to The Rockwell’s collection with 26.2 minute speed tours! 

    Collection Highlights

     Lynx Rufus. Guldenstaed. (Common American Wild Cat), 1842, hand-colored lithograph on paper. 97.37.11 F

    John James Audubon

    Lynx Rufus. Guldenstaed. (Common American Wild Cat), 1842, hand-colored lithograph on paper. 97.37.11 F

    Albert Bierstadt, Mount Whitney, circa 1877, oil on canvas. Rockwell Foundation Purchase. 78.14 F.

    Albert Bierstadt

    Mount Whitney, circa 1877, oil on canvas. Rockwell Foundation Purchase. 78.14 F.

    Elizabeth H. Remington

    The Two Kings: Corn and Cotton, 1876, oil on canvas. Clara S. Peck Fund. 2015.2.

    Image not available

    Thomas Moran

    Green River, 1877. Oil on canvas. Clara S. Peck bequest. 83.46.14

    N. C. Wyeth, I shall never forget the sight. It was like a great green sea, 1918. Oil on canvas. Clara S. Peck Fund purchase. 94.9.

    N.C. Wyeth

    I shall never forget the sight. It was like a great green sea, 1918. Oil on canvas. Clara S. Peck Fund purchase. 94.9.

    Image not available

    Walter Ufer

    Walter Ufer, Along the Rio Grande, 1920, Oil on canvas. Gift of Robert F. Rockwell, Jr. 78.70 F.

    Image not available

    William Howard Shuster

    Abiquiu, circa 1940, woodblock print on paper. Clara S. Peck Fund Purchase. 97.28.1 F

    Alexandre Hogue, Study for Soil and Subsoil, 1946, Casein on paper.
    Image not available

    Alexandre Hogue

    Study for Soil and Subsoil, 1946, Casein on paper.

    Image not available

    Fritz Scholder

    Yakima Indian with Shadow. 1976, acrylic on canvas. 2008.2.

    Image not available

    Emil James Bisstram

    Emil James Bisstram

    Indian Ceremonial, 1959, acrylic lacquer on board. Museum Purchase with Funds Donated by Steven and Karol Wight and the Clara S. Peck Fund. 2015.14

     

    The diverse collection includes a mix of contemporary Native American art with traditional bronze sculptures, landscape paintings and other works that embody America. Founded on a collection by Robert and Hertha Rockwell, the collection today includes some of the best works of the great American artists including Albert Bierstadt, Andy Warhol, Thomas Moran, Alfred Jacob Miller, and especially significant paintings and bronzes by Frederic Remington and Charles Russell. 

    Tours will begin every 30 minutes – free for Wineglass Marathon runners and families! Tours are no additional charge for the general public, with admission fee.

    even MORE during wineglass weekend