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The Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios program (HAHS) is a coalition of more than 30 museums that were the homes and working studios of American artists. Come, witness creativity.

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  • Valentine in his studio, c 1890

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    Valentine’s studio today

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  • Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner, 1949  

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    Pollock-Krasner studio 

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  • Frederic Church’s sketch for his house, c 1870

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    Frederic Church’s house at Olana today

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  • Esherick in his house, 1934

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    Wharton Esherick’s house today

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  • Andrew Wyeth in his studio, 1981

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    Andrew Wyeth’s studio today

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  • Clementine Hunter at Melrose, c 1950s 

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    Clementine Hunter’s home today 

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  • Elmer MacRea in his studio, c 1900   

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    MacRea’s studio, Bush-Holly House 

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  • The Laundry, Branchville, J A Weir, 1894

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    Weir Farm today

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  • Grant Wood in his studio, c 1931

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     Wood’s studio today

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  • Patio Door with Green Leaf, Georgia O’Keeffe, 1956

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    Patio of O’Keeffe home today 

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  • Suzy Frelinghuysen and George L K Morris, c 1940

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    Stairway, Frelinghuysen Morris House & Studio, today

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  • Alice Austen’s photograph of her house 

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    Alice Austen House today

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  • Judd with students, 101 Spring Street, 1974

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     101 Spring Street today

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  • Roger Brown in his studio 1990

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    Brown’s artwork in his house, today

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Explore studios, artists and creativity

HAHS Exhibition Transformed
When the Roger Brown Study Collection in Chicago mounted the HAHS travelling exhibition, it augmented the show with additional works of art, a slide...Read more >
African House Named National Treasure
The National Trust for Historic Preservation named African House, located at Melrose Plantation in Natchitoches, a National Treasure. Unique in its...Read more >
Creative Preservation
When does a process that is static – preservation – become dynamic? When artists practice historic preservation at their own homes and studios! Read more >

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In this series of images, artists take time to relax.  These are candid documentary images, except for one, where stars stand-in for the artists. ...Read more >

Scroll through all our homes and studios

  • The Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
  • N. C. Wyeth House and Studio
  • Edward V. Valentine Sculpture Studio at the Valentine Richmond History Center
  • Dove/Torr Cottage
  • Winslow Homer Studio
  • Elisabet Ney Museum
  • Wharton Esherick Museum
  • The Couse-Sharp Historic Site
  • T.C. Steele State Historic Site
  • Thomas Cole National Historic Site
  • Grant Wood Studio
  • Gari Melchers Home and Studio
  • 101 Spring Street
  • Demuth Museum
  • Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art
  • Roger Brown Study Collection, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
  • Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site
  • Frelinghuysen Morris House & Studio
  • Thomas Hart Benton Home & Studio State Historic Site
  • Olana State Historic Site
  • The Georgia O’Keeffe Home & Studio
  • Alice Austen House
  • Florence Griswold Museum
  • Chesterwood
  • Grace Hudson Museum & Sun House
  • Andrew Wyeth Studio
  • Bush-Holley Historic Site
  • Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center
  • Melrose Plantation
  • The Sam and Alfreda Maloof Foundation for Arts and Crafts
  • Weir Farm National Historic Site
  • Manitoga/The Russel Wright Design Center