My cousin and I really enjoyed visiting this museum, which is between the Guggenheim and the Cooper-Hewitt.
We saw excellent exhibits on American Impressionists, the Hudson School of landscape artists and abstact works by members of the Academy.
There are two floors to the museum so you can visit for an hour and be satisfied. I didn't know many of the artists and found the museum's information on them very helpful.
I hate to use the term "boutiquey" but that applied to this museum, in a positive way.
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