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Alice C. Sabatini Gallery

Alice C. Sabatini Gallery
1515 South West 10th Avenue
785-580-4515

History
The Alice C. Sabatini Gallery is home to three dynamic galleries and Topeka's oldest public art collection.

The nucleus of this collection was created when Library board member Edward Wilder purchased a large collection of Art Nouveau glass and ceramics for the Library while on a tour of Europe in 1901.

The collection has expanded over the years to include regional paintings and prints, American contemporary ceramics, glass paperweights, West African decorative arts, southwest reliquary woodcarvings and 19th century Chinese decorative arts.

Annual shows include the popular Topeka Competition, a venue for Midwestern artists to display new and innovative works selected by a nationally recognized juror, and a show created especially for children.



Alice C. Sabatini Gallery is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media

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