Parrish Art Museum
Parrish Art Museum Review
Samuel Longstreth Parrish built this museum in 1898 as a repository for his Italian Renaissance art. Through the years the museum has also developed a strong collection of American paintings, including works by renowned Long Island artists. Traveling exhibits have ranged from pieces by sculptor August Saint-Gaudens to photographs of the civil rights movement by Herbert Randall. The gardens are filled with reproductions of sculpture from the museum's permanent collection. There's a full calendar of lectures, workshops, concerts, and children's programs. Juried art exhibitions hang on the walls during the year.
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