Wilhelmina Weber Furlong (1878-1962) At Golden Heart Farm on Lake George in New York (Photo Dr. Sidney M. Colb)
The Weber Furlong Collection of Modern Art is a nonprofit corporation, organized for charitable and scholastic programs for museums and educational institutions. Established with the purpose of becoming an educational resource on Modern Art by preserving the artistic legacy of the artist Wilhelmina Weber Furlong (1878-1962) for the public benefit.  The Weber Furlong organization is dedicated to furthering the important history of women in the arts and the exhibition of Art. 
Our mission includes the online documentation of Women in the arts and fostering the exhibition of art through our traveling exhibitions.” 

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