Founded in 1960 "to foster the growing interest of antiquarians, collectors, and students in the work of The American Wing," this group engages devotees of American art with its curator-led program of lectures, tours, and opening receptions, complemented by visits to nearby private collections. Dues support the acquisition of American paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts.
Annual dues (for two): $2,000 ($1,774 is tax deductible)
Annual dues (individual): $1,000 ($842 is tax deductible)
For more information please contact Sally Ketchum at 212-650-2618 or email@example.com.
Highlights of Past Events
- Reception in honor of the reopening of The Charles Engelhard Court, May 2009
- Celebration of the group's fiftieth anniversary, October 2010
- Annual meeting featuring the American Wing's new acquisitions, with curatorial presentations
- Special lectures and presentations hosted in the Vanderlyn Panorama
Above: Figure of an Eagle, 1800–1830. Mid-Atlantic United States, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Pine; 69 x 91 1/4 x 14 in., 185 lb. (175.3 x 231.8 x 35.6 cm, 83.9 kg). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Purchase, Bequest of Ella Morris de Peyster, by exchange, 1959 (59.89)