Moran Studio & Marine Museum

open this August


Join us for select weekends in August and September

to visit the Thomas & Mary Nimmo Moran Studio

and the East Hampton Marine Museum

One hour visits run at 10am, 11am, 12pm, and 1pm at each site on the following days
Moran Studio: August 7, 8, 14, 15 and September 25, 26.
Marine Museum: August 21, 22, 28, 29.
Pre-registration is required. No drop-in admissions will be permitted.
Tickets are $8 per person for the East Hampton Town Marine Museum and $10 per person at the Thomas & Mary Nimmo Moran Studio.
Tours are limited to 6 people per hour at the Moran Studio and 8 people per hour at the Marine Museum.
All visitors are required to wear masks and to follow social distancing protocols.Tickets will be refunded due to any unexpected public closure.
Limited street parking is available at the Moran Studio.  We recommend parking on James Lane or the south side of Main Street. Please follow posted parking regulations.
The East Hampton Town Marine Museum has limited on-site parking and street parking is available.
Social distancing requirements will be sent with final ticket information.
To purchase your timed tickets CLICK HERE

On Exhibit at the Moran Studio

The Gilded Age of American Etching:
Thomas & Mary Nimmo Moran
and Their Contemporaries
America’s Gilded Age (1870–1900) was born of the rapid industrial growth that caused the country’s economy to surge. This wealth was concentrated on the Northeast and Western coasts where those who benefitted from their corporations and investments built grand homes, toured the wonders of the world, and began to form art collections. Though Europe’s historic architecture mainly influenced the design of their mansions, a community of native-born and immigrant American artists found their support. The Nationalism that followed the Civil War, produced a market for American art, including landscapes, portraits and genre scenes painted on this side of the ocean.
This exhibition focuses on a selection of masterpieces created during the Etching Revival by over a dozen of the American artists who played a major role in its success. Also included are etchings by the Moran family as well as some of their original etching plates. There is a section that is devoted to the etching process, complete with some rare original sketches made by Thomas Moran as preliminary designs for several of his most famous East Hampton prints. Along with an 1870’s etching press, this exhibit will include a video of an artist going through all the stages of making an etching.
Image: Mary Nimmo Moran,
Summer, East Hampton” 1883,
etching on paper. Private Collection
East Hampton Historical Society |



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