Collection Classics

September 7, 2019 – “Safer-at-Home” closure March 25, 2020
Mining the Museum’s holdings yields an array of significant and masterful works. Spanning the eighteenth through twenty-first centuries and encompassing a range of mediums from watercolor to oil and metal to wood, Collection Classics comprises work by John James Audubon, Martin Johnson Heade, Severin Roesen, Edward Kemeys, Paul Manship, Andrew Wyeth, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, Jessie Arms Botke, Willard L. Metcalf, and others along with work by contemporary artists, including Robert Bateman, Tony Angell, Thomas Quinn, James Morgan, Terry Miller, Andrea Rich, James Coe, Walter Matia, and more.
Exhibition Highlights

Martin Johnson Heade, Two Hooded Visorbearer Hummingbirds, ca. 1864-65, oil on canvas
Rembrandt Bugatti, Grand Pelican, 1906, bronze
Jessie Arms Botke, Flamingos, ca. 1940, oil and gold leaf on hardboard
Robert Bateman, Ghost of the North, 1982, acrylic on hardboard
John James Audubon, Pacific Loons, ca. 1834, oil on canvas

Thanks to the members, donors, grantors, and sponsors who support the exhibition and programs.
Exhibitions and programs are supported in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts. Marketing supported in part by City of Wausau Room Tax funds.

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