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I had walked this neighborhood several times and never noticed this museum until I saw it on a map and realized it was in a brownstone on West 107th Street. It is a very small museum on three levels in a brownstone right off Riverside...More
Learned a lot about the Banner of Peace: bought a lovely pin to remind me of this and to look for this in other art. The paintings and other artifacts were lovely. The building is gorgeous. The folks who run the museum are very helpful...More
three stories of the glorious work of Nicholai Roerich on the upper West Side--spiritualist paintings. A whole cult formed around Roerich, who did the sets for Diaghilev's the Rite of Spring, he was part of that whole Anthroposophical group of Russians at the time of...More
I really enjoyed my visit - the museum is housed in a historic brownstone and two floors are dedicated to the exhibits of Roerich paintings and some of the artifacts he bought on his extensive travels. Be sure to ask for a brochure at the...More
The Nicholas Roerich Museum is one of NYC's many small museums. It's a gem. Located in a beautifully restored townhouse, it presents over 200 paintings by the Russian-born artist, poet, philosopher and humanitarian. After visiting the museum stroll down a few steps to Riverside Drive...More
A small museum, well known among Russian community. Donations are accepted as an entrance fee. Amazing paintings, you can stand for hours there. The number of paintings is smaller than at Roerich’s museum in Moscow, however some of them are incredible.
My girlfriend and I came here as part of our Russian themed date. The museum was spacious and quiet and his art work is beautiful. The only negative I have is that some of the items on display had no descriptions and there was no...More