In the Netherlands in the late nineteenth century, the artists of The Hague School heralded a new golden age of Dutch painting.
Crafted from wood and metal, Joe Segal’s striking wall-hung sculptures reimagine the life cycle of native trees and reflect the larger transformation of the landscape of Northeast Florida.
Opens June 7
This major reinterpretation of the museum’s permanent collection celebrates the opulent art and furnishings of America’s Gilded Age.
Nov17 - Mar14
The Lightner Museum’s 75th Anniversary will culminate with a major exhibition, The Triumph of Nature: Art Nouveau from the Chrysler Museum of Art.
The Lightner Museum has been an important part of the St. Augustine community since it was first built as the Hotel Alcazar in 1888.
In the decades following the Civil War, the photographer William Henry Jackson (1843-1942) played a major role in shaping public perception of the American landscape.
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