Lunch Bite Gallery Tour The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

West Gallery

Come discover Woodstock’s importance as an art colony long before the famous music festival in 1969. The remarkable range of work produced there has been the focus of collector Arthur Anderson for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive collection of its type—some 1,500 objects by 170 artists—all of which he recently donated to the New York State Museum.


George Ault, Autumn Hillside, 1940
George Ault, Autumn Hillside, 1940

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February 13, 2019