Bennington Museum & Grandma Moses Print

Bidding Supports: ArtsWestchester (White Plains, NY)

Item Number
318
Value:
$100 USD
Online Close:
Nov 22, 2020 6:00 PM EST

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Description

Bid for a Family Membership to Bennington Museum allows unlimited free museum admission for two adults and children under 18. You will also receive discounts on special events, classes and in the museum shop.

The Bennington Museum was founded as the Bennington Historical Association in 1852 to celebrate Bennington's Colonial past and, more specifically, to commemorate the historic Revolutionary War Battle of Bennington in 1777. Over the years our mission has expanded to preserve and interpret the rich heritage of southern Vermont and neighboring regions as well as providing a venue for visual and performing arts that enriches our community and our world.

Over time the museum acquired paintings and sculpture by Vermont artists, children's toys, maps, books, and military artifacts. We are proud of our extensive collection including vintage portraits of early settlers by Ammi Phillips; our unique Ralph Earl townscape; a Windsor writing-arm chair owned by Ira Allen, a founder of Vermont and author of the State's constitution; and the world's largest collection of Bennington pottery.

Your package also include an art print matted to 8x10", a reproduction of Grandma Moses painting 'Rainbow'. Packaged in a clear adhesive sealed bag. This matted print is frame ready and can be displayed anywhere.

Product Highlights:
? Mat Size 8x10?
? Image Size 6.5x4.5?
? Mounted with an antique white mat and backer board.
? Cut beveled edges
? Drop in frame ready
? Made in the USA

 

Item Special Note

Valid for one year after the membership is initiated.