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Castle Clinton Collection

Castle Clinton: A Historic Landmark at the Heart of New York City Step back in time and immerse yourself in the rich history of Castle Clinton

Background imageCastle Clinton Collection: The Reception of General Louis Kossuth in New York City

The Reception of General Louis Kossuth in New York City
MNY90155 The Reception of General Louis Kossuth in New York City, 6th December 1851 (oil on canvas) by Percel, E. (fl.1850); 111.8x160

Background imageCastle Clinton Collection: Bandbox - 'Castle Garden', 1935/1942. Creator: Harold Merriam. Bandbox - 'Castle Garden'

Bandbox - "Castle Garden", 1935/1942. Creator: Harold Merriam. Bandbox - "Castle Garden"
Bandbox - "Castle Garden", 1935/1942

Background imageCastle Clinton Collection: Bandbox - Castle Garden, c. 1941. Creator: Harold Merriam

Bandbox - Castle Garden, c. 1941. Creator: Harold Merriam
Bandbox - Castle Garden, c. 1941

Background imageCastle Clinton Collection: Castle Garden, New York, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Castle Garden, New York, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Castle Garden, New York, 1850. The "Lind mania" continues to rage...Enthusiasm the most unbounded prevailed in New York on the evening of [Swedish singer] Jenny Lind's first concert at

Background imageCastle Clinton Collection: Pitcher, 1935 / 1942. Creator: Rolland Livingstone

Pitcher, 1935 / 1942. Creator: Rolland Livingstone
Pitcher, 1935/1942

Background imageCastle Clinton Collection: Punch Bowl, c. 1936. Creator: Rolland Livingstone

Punch Bowl, c. 1936. Creator: Rolland Livingstone
Punch Bowl, c. 1936

Background imageCastle Clinton Collection: In the Land of Promise, Castle Garden, 1884 (oil on wood panel)

In the Land of Promise, Castle Garden, 1884 (oil on wood panel)
496987 In the Land of Promise, Castle Garden, 1884 (oil on wood panel) by Ulrich, Charles Frederic (1858-1908); 72.1x91.4 cm; Corcoran Collection, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C

Background imageCastle Clinton Collection: The Castle Garden at the Battery, engraved by D. W Lewis (colour litho)

The Castle Garden at the Battery, engraved by D. W Lewis (colour litho)
MNY90169 The Castle Garden at the Battery, engraved by D.W Lewis (colour litho) by American School, (19th century); Museum of the City of New York, USA; eMuseum of the City of New York; American

Background imageCastle Clinton Collection: The Bay and Harbour of New York (oil on canvas)

The Bay and Harbour of New York (oil on canvas)
MNY87953 The Bay and Harbour of New York (oil on canvas) by Waugh, Samuel Bell (1814-85); Museum of the City of New York, USA; eMuseum of the City of New York; American, out of copyright

Background imageCastle Clinton Collection: Castle Garden, New York (engraving)

Castle Garden, New York (engraving)
1096910 Castle Garden, New York (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Castle Garden, New York)

Background imageCastle Clinton Collection: Castle Garden. Creator: Charles Frederick William Mielatz

Castle Garden. Creator: Charles Frederick William Mielatz
Castle Garden

Background imageCastle Clinton Collection: New York from the Harbor Showing the Battery and Castle Garden, 1858. Creator: Alfred Copestick

New York from the Harbor Showing the Battery and Castle Garden, 1858. Creator: Alfred Copestick
New York from the Harbor Showing the Battery and Castle Garden, 1858

Background imageCastle Clinton Collection: New-York Bay, 1874. Creator: Harry Fenn

New-York Bay, 1874. Creator: Harry Fenn
New-York Bay, 1874. Shipping in Lower New York Bay at the mouth of the Hudson River where it joins the Atlantic Ocean, New York, USA

Background imageCastle Clinton Collection: Castle Garden from the Battery, New York, 1848. Artist: Currier and Ives

Castle Garden from the Battery, New York, 1848. Artist: Currier and Ives
Castle Garden from the Battery, New York, 1848

Background imageCastle Clinton Collection: New York, Battery Park and Castle Garden, Castle Clinton, United States of America

New York, Battery Park and Castle Garden, Castle Clinton, United States of America

Background imageCastle Clinton Collection: Clinton castle in Battery Park, Lower Manhattan, New York City, New York

Clinton castle in Battery Park, Lower Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States of America, North America

Background imageCastle Clinton Collection: Castle Clinton

Castle Clinton, Battery Park, New York City, New York, United States of America (U.S.A.), North America


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Castle Clinton: A Historic Landmark at the Heart of New York City Step back in time and immerse yourself in the rich history of Castle Clinton, a renowned fortress that has witnessed the transformation of New York City. This iconic structure holds tales of political gatherings, cultural events, and even immigration stories that have shaped the city we know today. In 1891, a mesmerizing chromolithograph titled "Where the blame lies" captured Castle Clinton's significance as a gathering place for political discussions. It served as a platform where ideas were exchanged and decisions were made, leaving an indelible mark on American democracy. The pitcher created by Rolland Livingstone in 1935/1942 showcases Castle Clinton's architectural grandeur. Its intricate design reflects both strength and elegance, reminding us of its enduring presence amidst changing times. Another masterpiece from Livingstone is the enchanting "Punch Bowl, " crafted around 1936. This artwork transports us to lively social gatherings held within Castle Clinton's walls - celebrations filled with laughter and merriment echoing through its halls. One cannot forget "In the Land of Promise, " an oil painting on wood panel from 1884 that depicts Castle Garden bustling with immigrants seeking new beginnings. It serves as a poignant reminder of how this historic landmark played a crucial role in welcoming countless individuals to their new home. D. W Lewis' color litho engraving titled "The Castle Garden at Battery" captures the vibrant atmosphere surrounding this beloved site. The image comes alive with people strolling along nearby shores while taking in breathtaking views of New York Bay and Harbor – symbols of hope and opportunity. "The Reception of General Louis Kossuth in New York City" immortalizes another significant event held within these castle walls. This historical moment highlights how Castle Clinton became not only a center for politics but also an emblematic venue for hosting distinguished guests from around the world.