Today was a great day for the walls of our museum. Our collection’s newest addition was recently hung. It is a fitting landscape tribute to Wyoming’s winter. Don Stinson (b. […]
I Art Whitney
A blog about the collections, exhibits, and goings-on of the Whitney Western Art Museum.
Today we celebrate the birthday of one of our patrons, Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney, whose generosity and continued support of his mother’s founding contributions helped to shape the Whitney Western Art […]
The West of the nineteenth century was a fascinating place to venture. This was the time of Lewis and Clark, the Louisiana Purchase, territories becoming states, and (right in our own […]
Dear readers and patrons, Thank you so much for all of your thoughtful questions on our collections, gallery displays, and objects. I hope you find our responses helpful. Let’s get […]
Hi to all you western art lovers out there. Things are kickin’ at the Whitney as we gear up to start rotating out our art and prepare for the spring […]
If you are familiar with the art of James Bama, you will immediately think of his beautiful photo-realistic paintings, paintings filled with the people of the West—Native Americans, cowboys, rodeo clowns, […]