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Josefowitz Collection, Indianapolis Museum

1200 West 38th Street
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208-4196 USA

Tel. 001 - 317 - 920 26 60 (Information Line)
Fax 001 - 317 - 931 19 78

The Museumís collections of 19th-century European art include the Samuel Josefowitz Collection of the School of Pont-Aven, acquired in November 1998, and the Holliday Collection of Neo-Impressionism.

The collection of 19th-century sculptures includes animal bronzes by Barye and mythological subjects rendered in Neoclassical and Romantic styles, and works by Jules Dalou and Auguste Rodin. The Museum also has a small nude by Aristide Maillol, a terra cotta bust by Wilhelm Lehmbruck and a full-figure sculpture by Joseph Bernard.

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Ruthmere Museum, Elkhart, Indiana

302 East Beardsley Avenue
Elkhart, Indiana 46514, USA

Tel. 001 - 219 - 264 03 30
Tel. 001 - 888 - 287 76 96
Fax 001 - 219 - 266 04 74

Albert R. and Elizabeth Beardsley commissioned architect E. Hill Turnock to design and build Ruthmere in 1908. The house, furnished in French style and reflecting the lifestyle of an affluent midwestern family, was restored by the Beardsley Foundation between 1969-1973.

"The fine arts collection includes sculpture by Auguste Rodin, Charles Russell, Antoine-Louis Barye, and William Ordway Partridge."


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