Albany Institute of History and Art
The Albany Institute of History and Art is located at 125 Washington Avenue in downtown Albany. Founded in 1791, the Albany Institute of History and Art is a museum dedicated to collecting, preserving, interpreting and promoting interest in the history, art, and culture of Albany and the Upper Hudson Valley region. The museum achieves this mission through its collections, exhibitions, education programs, library research projects, publications and other programs offered to the general public. Please see the Museum's website for hours and admission fees.
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Paul Cushman: The Work and World of an Early 19th Century Albany Potter, by Leigh Keno, Leslie Keno, W Douglas McCombs, William C Ketchum, Jr Paul Cushman, Warren F Broderick, Albany Institute of History and Art - 2007 - 142 pages. Catalog of the exhibition held January 20th-May 27, 2007.
Albany Institute of History & Art: 200 Years of Collecting, Albany Institute of History and Art, SUNY Press, 1998 - 332 pages
Thomas Cole: Drawn to Nature, by John R. Stilgoe, Ellwood Parry, Frances F. Dunwell, Christine T. Robinson, Albany Institute of History and Art - Art - 1993. "Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Albany Institute of History & Art, September 18, 1993-Nov. 6, 1993"--T.p. verso.
The New Response: Contemporary Painters of the Hudson River, by Thomas Nelson, John Yau -1985 - 80 pages
The Folk Spirit of Albany: Folk Art from the Upper Hudson Valley in the ..., by Tammis Kane Groft, Albany Institute of History and Art - 1978 - 86 pages
George Wexler: Paintings and Drawings of the Hudson River Valley, by George Wexler - 1966. Announcement of an exhibition held March 6-31, 1966.
A Tribute to Kay Sage, by Albany Institute of History and Art - 1966. Announcement of an exhibition held March 2-27, 1966.
A Tribute to Negro Artists, by Albany Institute of History and Art - African American artists - 1963. Catalog of an exhibition held April 16-28, 1963.
A Family Collection: Drawings, Sculptures and Oils by American Artists ..., by Albany Institute of History and Art, Albany Institute of History and Art, New Britain Museum of American Art, Roberson Center for the Arts and Sciences - Art, American - 1962 - 20 pages. An exhibit shown during 1962-1963 at the Albany Institute of History and Art, and other museums.
Hudson Valley paintings, 1700-1750: in the Albany Institute of History and Art, Albany Institute of History and Art, 1959 - 48 pages
Walt Kuhn: June 11-July 6, 1958, by Walt Kuhn - 1958
Recent Paintings by Lawrence R. McCoy, by Lawrence R. McCoy - 1956. Catalog of an exhibition held Aug. 29-Sept. 16, 1956.
Grandma Moses: Exhibition Arranged on the Occasion of Her 90th Birthday, by Robert G. Wheeler, Louis Bromfield - Primitivism in art - 1950. Catalogue of an exhibition held from Sept. 7 to Oct. 15, 1950.
New England Landscapes, by Albany Institute of History and Art - 1950. Catalog of an exhibition held July 6-31, 1950.
The Negro Artist Comes of Age: A National Survey of Contemporary American ..., by Albany Institute of History and Art - Afro-American Artists - 1945. Catalog of an exhibition held at the Albany Institute of History and Art, January 3-February 11, 1945.
Life on the Hudson: Early 18th Century Painters, by Albany Institute of History and Art - 1943. Catalog of an exhibition held Nov. 4-Dec. 12, 1943.
The Works of Thomas Cole, 1801-1848, by Albany Institute of History and Art, Parker Leslie - 1941
Loan Exhibition of Paintings by Artists of the Hudson River School, by Albany Institute of History and Art - Painting, American - 1939. Catalog of an exhibition held Oct. 4-21, 1939.
AMERICAN PORTRAITS AND LANDSCAPES, 1936. Includes chronology.
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