The Noble Maritime Collection is a maritime museum and study center focusing on the work of American artist, John A. Noble (1913-83), whose houseboat studio is its centerpiece. The museum also interprets the history of Sailors' Snug Harbor, the famous home for retired mariners.
"The Ship Model Gallery" features over 24 antique, scratch-built, and builders' models.
"Treasures of Sailors' Snug Harbor" celebrates the art collected by the Trustees of the Sailors’ Snug Harbor in the City of New York over their 145 year history on Staten Island.
"Tides of 100 Years" is a biographical exhibition marking the 100 anniversary of the birth of artist John A. Noble (1913-1983). It features a retrospective of his most iconic works as well as personal memorabilia and a recreation of his basement workshop.
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