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Southwestern Connecticut Sights

Bush-Holley Historic Site

  • 39 Strickland Rd. Map It
  • Greenwich
  • Historic District/Site

Updated 12/23/2013

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In the 1890s visitors from New York's Art Students League journeyed to the Cos Cob section of Greenwich to take classes taught by American impressionist John Henry Twachtman at a boardinghouse for artists and writers run by Josephine and Constant Holley. Thus the Cos Cob art colony, which flourished until 1920, was born. Today the 1730-vintage house is the Bush-Holley Historic Site, which displays a wonderful collection of 19th- and 20th-century art by sculptor John Rogers,

potter Leon Volkmar, and painters Childe Hassam, Elmer Livingstone MacRae, and, of course, Twachtman. The visitor center, set in the historic site's circa-1805 storehouse, holds changing exhibitions on art and history.

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Sight Information

Address:

39 Strickland Rd., Greenwich, Connecticut, 06807, United States

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Phone:

203-869–6899

Website: www.hstg.org

Sight Details:

  • $10
  • Wed.–Sun. noon–4

Updated 12/23/2013

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