About Hudson River Museum
The Hudson River Museum presents and collects American art from the 19th century to the present, as well as cultural and historical material related to the Museum's historic river home, Glenview, listed on the Register of National Historic Places. The largest cultural institution in Westchester County, the Museum also emphasizes its position as an entry point to the Hudson River and greater Hudson Valley through over 500 paintings and watercolor works highlighted by Hudson River School artists Asher B. Durand, Jasper Cropsey, Samuel Colman, William Trost Richards, and contemporary masters Don Nice and Bill Sullivan. Works on paper include artists Georgia O’Keeffe, Richard Haas, and Andy Warhol as well as historical artifacts, costumes, and photographs.
The Hudson River Museum app shows three exhibition that focuses on different aspects of the Museum collections. The first, "Hudson River Art," shows highlights of our river landscape collection. "Konti and Manship" takes a look at two of the sculptors whose works appear in our collection. The third and final exhibition, "Westchester Women & War," recreates an exhibition that hung in our galleries from May to September 2012 that shows WWII portraiture and the war efforts of Yonkers and Westchester women.
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