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Photography

Mary Nimmo Moran
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Thomas Moran
The Studio was designed by the Morans in the Romantic Victorian cottage style with strong Queen Anne elements. There are touches of Colonial Revival and Italianate as well. There are approximately ten (10) rooms, with the studio space taking-up the vast majority of the first floor. The exterior color-palette is influenced by the aesthetic movement.
John F. Peto Studio MuseumIsland Heights, NJ
John Frederick Peto
This is the home and studio of John Frederick Peto, the nineteenth century still–life painter and master of the trompe l’oeil style. Following a multi-year preservation project completed in 2011, the Peto-designed house, studio, and gardens are now presented as they looked during his lifetime. Visitors can compare the very furniture and artifacts that Peto owned with the paintings and photographs in which they appear.
Grace Carpenter Hudson
This art, history, and anthropology complex interprets the lives of nationally known artist Grace Carpenter Hudson and her ethnologist husband, Dr. John W. Hudson, who both documented the lives of the Pomo peoples. Their Craftsman bungalow and studio, which they named Sun House, is an example of artistic living.
Alice Austen HouseStaten Island, NY
Alice Austen
A vibrant cultural center, the Alice Austen House honors the legacy and daring spirit of Alice Austen, a pioneering photographer and an inspiring ‘modern woman’ of the Victorian age. The Austen family home, a Victorian Gothic cottage known as Clear Comfort, serves as the museum.
style: Social Realismtype of art: Photography