We love his work and as one of the founders of the "Taos School" someone interested in the genre should see where he lived and painted. Both his wife and daughter was also very accomplished artists.
Guess we spent an hour plus there and loved...更多
Yet another Rough Guide recommendation. Much restored house of the co-founder of the Taos Society of Artists and in some respects, the house is better than the actual art on display.
Well worth a visit!
The Museum is very well done. One gets a perspective of the development of Taos as a center for the arts in this area. The Blumenscheins were outstanding artists and contributors to the growth of Taos as a place that appreciated and supported the arts....更多
I love this little house that the Blumenschein family lived in; not better place to showcase their art work. It has his art work of course, but also bodies of work from his wife & daughter, also his friend. He was one of the first...更多
After visiting the Kit Carson Home and Museum and learning about 1800s life in New Mexico, my son and I stopped here. At the Blumenschein Home and Museum we learned about early 1900s life. The home still contains their original furnishings, as well as a...更多
What a treat to learn about this talented family--not only art but also ball sports a very competitive level!! Lots of travel to Europe to expand knowledge and learn from others! The artifacts in the home are a history lesson and the family photos priceless....更多
The Blumenschein family was important in the early Taos artist movement and the family's work is interesting but not as notable as many other artists of the period. The house is furnished as it was in the 1930s and 40s but has a worn feel...更多