Reynolda House Museum of American Art

Museum (United States)
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In 1965, Charlie Babcock established Reynolda House as a non-profit institution dedicated to the arts and education. In 1967, under the leadership of Mary and Charlie’s daughter Barbara Babcock Millhouse, Reynolda House became a public museum that would be the setting for a premier collection of American art, beginning with nine paintings including works by Frederic Church, Gilbert Stuart, Albert Bierstadt, William Harnett, and William Merritt Chase. The collection continued to grow and now boasts paintings, drawings, photographs, and sculpture dating from 1755 to present. [source]