Art museums by nature are acquisitive. Growing the Woodson Art Museum’s collection remains a core value and ongoing goal. This selection of recently acquired artworks demonstrates the strength of the Woodson’s collection as it strives to set the standard for avian-inspired art.
Andrew Wyeth, Bert’s Cabin, 1949, watercolor and ink on paper
Bruce Crane, Summer Afternoon, Long Island, 1881, oil on canvas
George Forster, Still Life with Bird’s Nest and Fruit, 1878, oil on canvas
Abbott Fuller Graves, The Duck Pond, 1930, oil on canvas board
Otis Kaye, Robin Redbreast, 1952, ink and tempera on paper
Jane Peterson, Macaws, 1929, gouache, watercolor and silver leaf on J. Whatman illustration board
Jamie Wyeth, My Chicken Transports, 1982, mixed media on paper on board
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