The Heckscher Museum of Art has been bringing great art to Long Island since 1920. An outstanding Permanent Collection of more than 2,200 works from the early 16th to present paired with a dynamic exhibition schedule makes The Heckscher the cultural centerpiece of Long Island.
Stan Brodsky: Retrospective on view from August 17 - December 1, 2013
This exhibition celebrates the career of Stan Brodsky, one of Long Island’s most prominent contemporary artists. Also on view through November 24 is Recent Acquisitions which features selected landscape painting, abstraction, and photography, including work by Nicolas Carone, Jiri Kolar, Thomas Moran, Theodoros Stamos , and Max Weber, among others.
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