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The Windsor Wood Carving Museum The only wood carving museum in Ontario, showcasing traditional, contemporary, historical and wildlife carvings. We implement educational exhibits and programs for the benefit and promotion of artistic potential of the individual and community.
The Odessa museum of western and east art. The Odessa museum of western and east art. More than 5000 images with fagments. The painting: Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio ( " Taking Christ into Custody " ), Frans Hals, Teniers the Younger, Juan Carreno de Miranda, Pierre Mignard, Alessandro Magnasco, Christoffel Bischop, Jozef Israels, Mihaly Munkacsy, Albert Gustaf Edelfelt, Susanna Savary, Rockwell Kent . . . . . The museum collection of Oriental art contains works by masters spanning several generations from Central and Southern Asia, the Near and Middle East. Exhibitions of the modern artists on-line. Is monthly added about 200-300 pictures.
The MacLachlan Woodworking Museum Our displays, featuring woodworking tools and tools related to other early Canadian trades, interpret life in the 1800's. Galleries include Trades & Lifestyles, Women at Work, Logging and Lumbering, and Canadian Planemakers. Located 18 km east of Kingston, Ontario on Highway 2
The Joiner's Museum An Italian museum of jointer tools
The Davistown Museum - History of tools and technology The Davistown Museum is focused on the recovery and interpretation of the hand tools of Colonial, Federal, Early Republic and Civil War period New England. Key Museum projects include our ongoing exhibition of hand tools (An Archaeology of Tools); a reconsideration of the role of the Wawenoc Indians in Maine's pre and proto history; research into local history before and during the Civil War (the Davistown History Project); an educational outreach program on hand tools and trades for public schools; and an exploration of the aesthetic significance of both the work of Maine's contemporary artists and the historic objects in the Museum's collection.
Tekenaka Carpentry Tools Museum Carpentry tools museum near Osaka, Japan.
Steppingstone Museum A small farm museum just north of Havre de Grace MD, about 2 miles from I-95. Steppingstone is open from May through September on Saturday and Sunday from 1 PM to 5PM. The museum features technology from 1870 through 1930. Stafed by volunteer crafts people. There is a woodworking shop, blacksmith shop, decoy carver, potter and wheelwright. E-mail steppingstonemuseum@msn.com.
Rhode Island Tool Makers Excellent web site devoted to Rhode Island Plane Makers.
Old Williamsburg Colonial Williamsburg is the world's largest outdoor living history museum, located in Williamsburg, Virginia, about 150 miles south of Washington, D.C., USA. These folks use old tools and implements to create reproductions of buildings and furniture. They are also activly engaged in research to learn more about colonial living and colonial crafts.
Old Sturbridge Village Old Sturbridge Village, the largest history museum in the Northeast, is located in Sturbridge, Massachusetts. The museum re-creates the daily work activities and community celebrations of a rural 19th-century town in authentic -- living history -- fashion. It's fun to dwell in the past! Everywhere you look, costumed "Villagers" are going about their daily chores. The blacksmith is hammering links in a chain; the farmer is yoking his oxen; the printer's wife is baking bread in a beehive oven; and the kids are playing "rounders" near the Common. It's just another day in a small New England community -- of the 1830s!

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