The Adirondack Museum

Blue Mountain Lake, NY



In Search of a National Landscape: William Trost Richards and the Artists' Adirondacks 1855 - 1870; article by Linda S. Ferber and Caroline M. Welsh (7/1/02)

In Search of the National Landscape: William Trost Richards in the Adirondacks (10/22/01)

The View from Asgaard: Rockwell Kent's Adirondack Legacy (4/9/99) revised (1/19/00)

Adirondack Prints and Printmakers (7/18/98)

Celebrating its 40th Anniversary (5/23/97)


Resource Library readers may also enjoy:

THE ADIRONDACKS | Arts in The Adirondacks | PBS Preview of PBS Premiere: Wednesday, May 14th, 2008. Discover the celebrated tradition of fine arts in THE ADIRONDACKS which began in the mid-1800s, when Thomas Cole first painted here. We'll sit alongside Shirl Ireland as she captures a beautiful Adirondack scenic using a technique called Plein Air, or open air, painting. We'll also take a moment to admire a few of the hundreds of works created by storied Adirondack painters, Winslow Homer and Rockwell Kent. 4:40

and this book:

Wild Impressions: Prints from the Collection of the Adirondack Museum, By David Tatham, Georgia Barnhill. Contributor Georgia Barnhill. Published by David R. Godine Publisher, 1995. ISBN 1567920411, 9781567920413. 144 pages. Google Books offers a limited preview of this book.

The museum is located on Route 30 about 1 mile from Blue Mountain Lake, NY. Please see the Museum's website or call the Museum for admission fees and hours.

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