Housed within the Old City Hall building of Corning, this diverse collection includes a mix of nineteenth-century American paintings, historic bronzes, and Native American artifacts as well as twentieth-century modernists, illustration art, contemporary photography, and historic firearms. Featured galleries represent the works of Andy Warhol, the Taos Society of Artists, and masterworks of Remington and Russell.
Reproductions of materials from the collections of The Rockwell Museum are provided under license agreement for purposes as indicated in writing by the user and agreed upon by the Museum. Conditions governing their use are specified on a contractual agreement generated by the Museum that is to be signed both by the user and a representative of the Museum.
The Museum Library is a special non-circulating library developed to broadly inform staff, volunteers, and visitors about the artists within the collection of The Rockwell Museum. The library is available to visitors by appointment. Please contact us if you would like more information about our library, or to reserve time for extensive research. The Library can be reached through the Office of the Curator and by calling the Museum at 607.937.5386.
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