Tuscaloosa Museum of Art, Tuscaloosa

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The Tuscaloosa Museum of Art, previously the Westervelt-Warner Museum of American Art, is an art museum in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. It was founded by Tuscaloosa businessman Jack Warner.
The Westervelt-Warner Museum of American Art was the result of 40 years of collecting American art by Jack Warner, CEO of Gulf States Paper, later the Westervelt Company. He founded the museum in 2003 after exhibiting portions of the collection in the headquarters building of the Westervelt Company.
The Westervelt-Warner collection contains more than 500 works from 1775 onwards. Artists represented include John Singer Sargent and Childe Hassam as well as several artists of importance to American Art, including Albert Bierstadt, Rembrandt Peale, Edward Hicks, Thomas Moran, Edward Hopper, Robert Henri, Edward Potthast, and Charles Bird King. Other artists' works include James McNeill Whistler, Andrew Wyeth, Mary Cassatt, and James Peale.
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  • Love this collection. It has a wonderful history in Tuscaloosa. The collection was Jack Warner's and much larger at one time. Located at North River Yacht Club, then near a hotel in North River...  more »
  • I never knew this exquisite collection of art lived in a museum by the river. Please go see this if you have not been!  more »

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