Thomas Moran's House

Also in the NYT, an article about the renovation of the Hamptons home & studio of painter Thomas Moran and his wife, Mary Nimmo Moran, also an important landscape artist. The National Park Service declared the site a National Historic Landmark and awarded a $525,000 grant to spruce up the house (where according to the NYT, Thomas painted many of his famous western landscapes) and eventually open it to the public.


Thomas Moran, Cliffs of Green River, 1874, oil on canvas


Mary Nimmo Moran, An Old Homestead--Easthampton, L. I., 1880, etching

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I would like to subscribe to any kind of email newsletter that your museum might offer, but I don't see anyplace on ths site to sign up. Could you please tell me where to look -- and also please tell your PR folks to just put a little sign-up box on your home page. Thanks for your help

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I would love to see more of Thomas Moran's work. Even bettter would to actually go and visit his studio.

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