Jervis McEntee: Painter-Poet of the Hudson River School
August 26 — December 13, 2015

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Reading Objects 2015: Responses to the Museum's Collection
August 26 — December 13, 2015

RO15 Automat

Thomas Benjamin Pope: Landscapes of Newburgh and Beyond
August 26 — December 13, 2015

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The Stories We Tell: Hudson Valley Artists 2015
June 20 — November 8, 2015

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Images Jervis McEntee, Winter Sunset after a Storm, 1870, oil on canvas, Gift of Helen McEntee, 2010.013.001; Frank Paulin, Automat, Times Square, 1956 [printed 2009], pigment print, Gift of the artist, 2009.035.004; Thomas Benjamin Pope, Untitled (Rosary Heights Looking South to City of Newburgh), n.d., oil on canvas, Collection of Richard and Marguerite Lease; Deb Lucke, Barking Deer, 2013, archival inkjet print, Courtesy the artist.
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Saturday & Sunday, October 10-11: MUSEUM CLOSED FOR FALL BREAK

Saturday, October 17, 2:30 pm: Plein air painting with artist Kevin Cook. Limit 15, $20, RSVP to museumrsvp@newpaltz.edu

Sunday, October 25, 2 pm: Conversation: "A Modern Art Dealer and Her Artist Friends: Betty Parsons, Helène Aylon, and Saul Steinberg"
with artist Helène Aylon and SUNY New Paltz professor Reva Wolf

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Recent Press

"In Service of Jervis" (Chronogram)

"Jervis McEntee at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art" (Art Times)

"A Kingston Painter, Chronicler of the Hudson River School" (NY Times)

"Hudson River art lovers get two exhibits in one" (Daily Mail)

"Jervis-McEntee: The Hudson River School's Forgotten Star" (Hudson Valley Magazine)
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