Built in 1912 for Louis and Charlotte Hyde, Hyde House is among the few surviving examples of American Renaissance architecture in upstate New York. The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and features original antique furnishings, tapestries, and a world renowned collection of artwork by masters such as Rubens, Rembrandt, Picasso, Botticelli, Degas, Homer, Renoir, Whistler, and many more. The Hyde combines the intimacy of this historic house with the sophistication of a larger art museum complex by offering additional galleries for changing exhibitions, an art studio, and a 144 seat auditorium. The Hyde Collection attracts 30,000 to 40,000 visitors per year and serves over 11,000 children, families, and adults through quality educational programs. Three to four major exhibitions are offered annually in the Museum’s Charles R. Wood Gallery.
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Proceeds from this program will benefit The Hyde Collection’s Annual Fund, which supports the Museum’s mission-driven initiatives including temporary exhibitions, educational programming, and collections care.
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