Collections

19th Century

Various portrait and landscape paintings in the 19th Century Collection

About The Art

The Cushwa gallery presents masterpieces from the mid-nineteenth century, including Winslow Homer’s internationally-famous Snap the Whip. You will also find realistic portraits by Thomas Eakins and William Paxton, and a group of amazing hyper-realistic still life paintings promised to fool your eyes.  Additionally, there are stunning landscapes by Frederic Church, George Inness, and Martin Johnson Heade.

LOCATION: Cushwa Gallery, first floor

Selected Works

*Please note that the artworks in the permanent collection on display may undergo periodic changes and rotations. We suggest that if you’re traveling to the museum to view a specific piece of artwork, call us ahead of time to confirm it is currently on display (330-743-1107 ext. 1108)

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