GREENWICH HISTORICAL SOCIETY/BUSH-HOLLEY HOUSE
The recently reimagined campus at the Greenwich Historical Society relays the national significance of this pivotal New York City suburb and Gateway to New England. The new campus features a nationally accredited museum, library and archives, café, store, and restored Impressionist-era gardens. The campus is home to the circa 1730 National Historic Landmark Bush-Holley House, which gained recognition as one of the earliest American Impressionist art colonies. The Bush-Holley House features two time periods — 1790-1825, when the house was owned by a wealthy, local merchant; and its later life as a boarding house and home to the Cos Cob art colony (1890-1920). Eight rooms feature art and furnishings from these periods, including works by American Impressionist artists Childe Hassam, John Henry Twachtman and Elmer MacRae. The Storehouse Gallery features changing exhibitions and a museum shop.
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