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Nicholas Roerich Museum, New York City

Categories: Art Museums, Museums
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4.6/5 based on 25 reviews on the web
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  • 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 an...  read more »
  • Beautiful Museum in the home of Roerich in New York. A gem in the beautiful district of the Upper West Side. Paintings that express spirituality and love of the Himalayan peaks. Entrance to specific times and with free offer
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  • 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 mu...  read more »
  • I love the Nicholas Roerich Museum. If you are a fan of beautiful, spiritual and mystical paintings, this place should be visited. I found out about Nicholas Roerich through articles connected through one of my favorite authors, Torkom Saraydarian. I love the works of art because they have spiritual significance, and they all tell a story. One of my favorite pieces is the mother of the world. It's a painting of the divine mother surrounded by angelic beings and coated in beautiful tones of blue and violet colors. Depicted with an energy of light emanating from her head and body. Stunning! This place has been on my bucket list of things to do, so I was happy to be able to visit it while in New York. There's also a store inside the museum where you can purchase prints of Nicholas Roerich's paintings as well as his books. The volunteers were also friendly and very helpful considering it's free entry (or a $5 donation). Be sure to check it out!
  • some of his most transcendent pieces on display At this quaint townhouse - turned museum. A superbartist and worth a visit
  • Inspiring!
  • The Roerich collection was wonderful and the very knowledgable woman at the desk was lovely. Both gems!
  • Little hidden gem.
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