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    200 Years of Bucks County Art

    Bucks County Historical Society

    Where:
    84 South Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901
    When:

    Friday March 20th 2020 to Monday September 7th 2020

    • Sundays

      10am to 5pm

    • Mondays

      10am to 5pm

    • Tuesdays

      10am to 5pm

    • Wednesdays

      10am to 5pm

    • Thursdays

      10am to 5pm

    • Fridays

      10am to 5pm

    • Saturdays

      10am to 5pm

    Since its founding in 1880, the Bucks County Historical Society has collected works of art – fine and folk paintings, portraits and landscapes, genre and decorative works. Never before seen comprehensively, this collection is the centerpiece of the new exhibit 200 Years of Bucks County Art.


    This exhibit highlights local portraiture and landscape painting by noted American artists and important regional painters, as well as numerous companion pieces such as historical artifacts, documents and images from the Bucks County Historical Society collection.


    The exhibit features over one hundred works, including paintings by Charles Willson Peale, Edward Hicks, Martin Johnson Heade, Thomas Hicks, Thomas Otter, William Lathrop and Daniel Garber, as well as Jonathan and William Trego, Edward Trego, Samuel DuBois, Robert Street, Samuel Moon, and many others.


    200 Years of Bucks County Art also offers audiences experiential opportunities to “step into” portraits and become part of the artwork.

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    TICKETS
    Free - $15
    CONTACT
    Bucks County Historical Society
    215-345-0210

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