City of Columbus, 1844, Hand-colored engraving on paper James Smillie after T. Addison Richards, Museum purchase made possible by the Evelyn S. and H. Wayne Patterson Fund, 2007.13.1, This image, depicting Columbus 16 years after its founding, shows a number of homes, churches, and businesses surrounded by a hilly landscape.
Roelandt Savery Lions resting in a wooded glade with a parrot, animal bones and a waterfall nearby, two leopards on the bank x cm.
Landscape with Figures and Cattle, Follower of Aelbert Cuyp, circa 1660–1670, Purchased with funds from the State of North Carolina
George Wesley Bellows - Ranní úklid sněhu na řece Hudson
A Home in the Woods, 1868, oil on canvas, Sanford Robinson Gifford, American 1823-1880, Museum purchase in honor of Dr. Philip L. Brewer for his extended years of service to the Museum G.1999.6. For full credit see http://columbusmuseum.pastperfect-online.com/33857cgi/mweb.exe?request=image&hex=G19996.JPG. The tree stumps in the foreground and the log cabin show that the wilderness will slowly vanish as pioneers settle the land.
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Governor’s Creek, Florida, 1873-74, oil on canvas, William Morris Hunt, born Brattleboro, Vt. 1824, died Appledore, Isle of Shoals, N.H., 1879, Museum Purchase, 83.4
"Pelham Lane," Julian Alden Weir, ca. oil on canvas, x The Columbus Museum.