This brick Neoclassical structure standing in a large city park houses an art collection rich in 19C American landscapes, including works by Bierstadt, Moran, Keith, Hill and Inness, and French academic and genre paintings, with pieces by Bouguereau, Renoir and Gauguin. It also has an eclectic collection of Native American, Mayan, Egyptian and classical artifacts, and more extensive exhibits on Stockton's history. Highlights of the latter include 19C city storefronts and vintage farming machinery on the lower level, and furnished 1860s domestic interiors on the main floor.
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