The Newington-Cropsey Foundation oversees the home and paintings of Jasper F. Cropsey (1823-1900), the prominent Hudson River School artist. Cropsey was a major painter whose work can be found in all major collections of 19th century American art.
The Cropsey home and studio, Ever Rest, is on the National Register of Historic Homes. Along with the Gallery of Art, the foundation is able to display a large part of the permanent collection of Cropsey's paintings, in addition to providing exhibition space for temporary and traveling exhibits.
Entry to the Gallery of Art, and to Ever Rest, is by guided tour only, weekdays only, scheduled by appointment. To ensure availability, it's best to schedule at least one week in advance. The Foundation is closed in December and January as well as the month of August.
Please contact the Foundation for hours and tour information for Ever Rest, and the
Gallery of Art.
Ever Rest is located at 49 Washington Avenue; The Gallery of Art is at 25 Cropsey Lane.