Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento by Barbara  Brown

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Judge Edwin B Crocker purchased the land and buildings on the corner of 3rd and O Streets in 1868 and commissioned Seth Babson, a local architect to redesign the existing home into an Italianate mansion and to design a gallery building to display his and his wife’s growing art collection. While the mansion went through numerous renovations over the years, in 1989, a renovation resrored the historic facade. Edwin Crocker served on the California Supreme Court and was the brother of Charles Crocker, one of the “Big Four” railroad barons. Crocker’s widow presented the Art Gallery and collection to the City of Sacramento the contents of which were valued at more than $500,000,000 at the time.

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Barbara Brown is a mental health professional and an avid photographer. She lives in northern California and enjoys nature and all types of photography.

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  • F.A. Moore
    F.A. Mooreover 1 year ago

    Oh my that’s a lot of value! This is a stunning exterior, and beautiful photograph, Barbara.

  • Really a lot, especially in the early 1900’s! Thank you Fran!

    – Barbara Brown

  • JRGarland
    JRGarlandover 1 year ago

    That is indeed a very impressive accomplishment. The building itself is also a very artistic accomplishment. Awesome capture my dear!!

  • Thank you so much my friend!

    – Barbara Brown

  • Irene  Burdell
    Irene Burdellover 1 year ago

    Fabulous building and image Barbara x

  • Thank you so much Irene!

    – Barbara Brown

  • TokikoAnderson
    TokikoAndersonover 1 year ago

    Splendid ! they must have exactly what I want to see.

  • Thank you so much Tokiko!

    – Barbara Brown

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