Fenimore Art Museum

Cooperstown, NY






Myth and Reality: The Art of the Great Plains (9/18/07)

The Eugene and Clare Thaw Collection of American Indian Art (6/1/05)

Deaf Artist in Early America: The Worlds of John Brewster, Jr. (4/25/05)

Treasures from Olana: Landscapes by Frederic Edwin Church (4/25/05)

Arrested Motion: 1950s Railroad Photographs by O. Winston Link (7/21/04)

Geronimo: An American Indian Legend (7/21/04)

Winslow Homer and the Great Forest; essay by David Tatham (7/20/04)

Winslow Homer: Masterworks from the Adirondacks (7/9/04)

Our Backyard: History and Memory in American Folk Art (10/15/00)

A Spiritual Journey: The Art of Eddie Lee Kendrick (10/15/00)


One of the nation's premier art institutions, Fenimore Art Museum is home to an exceptionally rich collection of American folk art and American Indian art as well as important holdings in American decorative arts, photography, and twentieth-century art. Founded in 1945 in Cooperstown, New York, the museum is part of the New York State Historical Association (NYSHA), founded in 1899. The museum offers a range of interactive educational programming for children, families, and adults, including lectures and workshops for museum visitors and distance learning instruction for classrooms nationwide. Fenimore Art Museum is located on Lake Road, Route 80, overlooking Otsego Lake in Cooperstown, NY.   Hours and admission fees are available on the Museum's website.

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