Own a Museum Masterpiece

A strikingly beautiful or unusual painting reflects the owner's interests, sets a room apart, and is often a conversation starter. If you're looking for a special piece or unique gift, the Museum provides a way for you to own a distinctive painting. High quality reprints on canvas of paintings in the Museum's collection are available through www.requestaprint.net/oshkosh. 

The website includes the Museum's holdings by eminent artists, such as George Inness, Louis Ritman, Sara Hess, Emile Gruppe, Marie "Mietzi" Bleck, and Nile Jurgen Behncke, a well recognized artist whose watercolors captured scenes around Lake Winnebago and other locations in Wisconsin and across the nation. Not only are they beautiful and unique, the art expresses your support of the Museum. The Museum benefits financially from every reprint ordered.

Sampling of materials available in the Museum archives.

Decorative Arts
Sugar bowl, 1849-1900, gift of Marie Metternich.
Folk Art
Wildlife figurine by John Lemberger, gift of the Roma Bauman Estate.
Historic Photographs
Victory Arch on Main St. in 1919.
Steam pumper, 1898-1925, used by Oshkosh Fire Department Brooklyn No. 4.
Native American
Reconstructed Marion Thick jar found near Omro c.1927.
Stone Bridge at Menominee Park by Rev. Kuhlmann c.1920.