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Glass Art


Glass Art

Featuring hand-blown glass designs by Jacksonville University’s Glass Blowing Studio. Shown here is an original compote by Brian Frus, Assistant Professor of Art, Jacksonville University.

 
Price: $500

The Cummer Store is a treasure trove of unique items that are educational, inspirational and fun. The store features artwork for sale by area artists. In addition, the store has a great selection of wearable art, garden and home décor items, children’s toys, books, cards, and art prints. Visiting the store is always free of charge and the store's hours are the same as the Museum. The Cummer Store accepts all major credit cards and provides gift-wrapping and UPS shipping. Museum members receive a 10% discount on all purchases. Proceeds from The Cummer Store support the many programs at The Cummer.

What’s New At The Store?

Collectors' Choice: Inside the Hearts and Minds of Regional Collectors  Visit The Cummer Store and see the new collection of books on art collecting and the various art forms represented in Collectors' Choice along with exhibition related merchandise.

 

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A Legacy in Bloom: Celebrating a Century of Gardens at The Cummer

A Legacy in Bloom: Celebrating a Century of Gardens at The Cummer

The inaugural garden publication, by garden historian Judith B. Tankard, is available in The Cummer Store. In words and pictures, this book tells the story of the gardens at The Cummer from their inception in 1903 by Ossian Cole Simonds, a prominent Midwestern landscape architect to Belgian landscape artist Francois Goffinet's far-reaching visions 100 years later. Throughout the story runs the determined Ninah Cummer, founder of the museum, without whose foresight in hiring an incomparable team of experts and her own passion for horticultural knowledge, the gardens would never have existed.

 
Price: $39 for hard cover and $29 for soft back cover
A Tale of Two Gardens

A Tale of Two Gardens

This book by Sally Spangler Barnett tells the story of two gardens, one in Italy and one in Jacksonville, Florida at the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cummer visited Italy and the Villa Gamberaia in 1930. Upon her return, Mrs. Cummer worked with noted landscape architect Ellen Biddle Shipman to create her Italian garden, which one can still visit today. Pictures of both gardens are included in this lovely 37-page publication.

 
Price: $21 for soft cover
Early Meissen Porcelain: The Wark Collection from The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens

Early Meissen Porcelain: The Wark Collection from The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens

The entire Meissen collection has been published in a special catalogue. This 600-page catalogue is authored by renowned Meissen scholar Dr. Ulrich Pietsch, Director of the Porcelain Collection of the State Art Collection in Dresden, Germany.

 
Price: $59.95 for hardback cover
Eugene Savage: The Seminole Paintings

Eugene Savage: The Seminole Paintings

Authored by Dr. Elizabeth B. Heuer, this book is a colorful introduction to an American artist best known today as a muralist with the Works Progress Administration. In 1935, Eugene Savage embarked on a journey deep into the Florida Everglades in search of the Seminoles. He returned regularly for two decades. Inspired by his encounters and observations, Savage produced a series of more than thirty paintings and countless studies. This volume provides an opportunity to reassess the artist's career, and offers new insights into the representations of the Seminoles in American Art.

 
Price: $12.95 for soft cover
Local Artisan

Local Artisan

Beautiful reinterpretations of jewelry from the paintings in The Cummer Collection, by Jacksonville jewelry artisan Constance Beresford. Each piece is personally designed and assembled by the artist. Shown here are glass pearls inspired from The Countess of Radnor Letitia Isabella Smith by Sir Peter Lely.

 
Price: $95
Meissen Porcelain

Meissen Porcelain

Complementing the Museum’s Ralph H. & Constance I. Wark Collection of Meissen Porcelain, the Store carries pieces imported from the still active Meissen Porcelain Factory. Shown here is Meissen’s Red Dragon pattern, as seen in our gallery.

 
Price: $118 to $229
The Cummer Museum Handbook

The Cummer Museum Handbook

The Cummer Museum of Art & Garden's permanent collection has grown to nearly five thousand works of art, since the Museum opened its doors in 1961. A selection of one hundred representative pieces is presented in this welcome addition to The Cummer literature. Brief, accessible, and informative entries accompany the full-color illustrations.

 
Price: $29 for soft back cover
Wearable Art

Wearable Art

The store features a wide selection of wearable art including textiles, jewelry and handbags. Shown here are hand printed silk scarves, designed by Kristin Lewis and handmade in the USA.

 
Price: $99
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The Cummer Store is a treasure trove of unique items that are educational, inspirational and fun. The store features artwork for sale by area artists. In addition, the store has a great selection of wearable art, garden and home décor items, children’s toys, books, cards, and art prints. Visiting the store is always free of charge and the store's hours are the same as the Museum. The Cummer Store accepts all major credit cards and provides gift-wrapping and UPS shipping. Museum members receive a 10% discount on all purchases. Proceeds from The Cummer Store support the many programs at The Cummer.

What’s New At The Store?

Collectors' Choice: Inside the Hearts and Minds of Regional Collectors  Visit The Cummer Store and see the new collection of books on art collecting and the various art forms represented in Collectors' Choice along with exhibition related merchandise.

 

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What’s New At The Store?

Collectors' Choice: Inside the Hearts and Minds of Regional Collectors  Visit The Cummer Store and see the new collection of books on art collecting and the various art forms represented in Collectors' Choice along with exhibition related merchandise.

 

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What’s New At The Store?

Collectors' Choice: Inside the Hearts and Minds of Regional Collectors  Visit The Cummer Store and see the new collection of books on art collecting and the various art forms represented in Collectors' Choice along with exhibition related merchandise.

 

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