The Treasured Collection of Golden Heart farm. Tells the life story and explains the legacy of Wilhelmina Weber Furlong (1872-1962). Accepted into the Alfred H. Barr archives. At the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan. Additionally, the St Louis Art Museum, and the Missouri History Museum research center in St Louis. Subsequently this biography was recognized at the Adirondack Museum Research Library.
Moreover, the publication of her travels has shed light into a long-lost chapter in American art history. To clarify the great grandnephew to Weber Furlong. Clint Weber correspondingly tells the narrative of Wilhelmina Weber Furlong. America’s most significant early American woman modern artist. Weber Furlong pioneered the modernist movement. In Paris, Mexico, New York City, Glens Falls, and Bolton Landing, New York. Beginning in the early 1890s. Described as the foremother to American modern art. To conclude Weber Furlong made her influence felt by laying the groundwork for the climax of the American modern art movement.
Weber Furlong quote.
“To live is to paint weber Furlong.”