Local Native Americans
The Parrish Art Museum
Guild Hall
Local Art Gallery
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We are honored to have been the FIRST official web site for both the Parrish Art Museum and Guild Hall for several years - over TEN YEARS for the Parrish and Group for the South Fork now known as Group for the East End!! The Parrish Art Museum in Southampton and Guild Hall of East Hampton are two pillars of our community who have given us beautiful selections from their permanent collections as well as their current exhibits on a revolving basis. Many of the most notable artists in the world such as William Merritt Chase, Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock, Jane Frielicher, Alfonso Ossorio, Fairfield Porter, Larry Rivers and James Rosenquist each a part of the East End are presented on these pages.

In our Art Gallery you'll find both local, up-and-coming, very gifted artists as well some of the most famous ones. We maintain an exclusive feature of color work by Herman LeRoy Emmet of True Blue Pictures. Emmet is best known for his photographic essay about a migrant farm family entitled Fruit Tramps, covered by Life magazine and part of the permanent collection of The Museum of Modern Art. Much of the art in our gallery is for sale. If you are interested in a piece, please use your mouse on any of the thumbnail images you will find on each page to get the full screen shot and you will find the prices as well.

A very overlooked side of the Hamptons is of course its Native American history which is rooted in the Shinnecock Indian Nation and the Montauk Indian Tribe. Both the Montauketts and Shinneock, "People of the Stony Shore", stem from the Algonquin heritage and culture and the Shinnecock remain one of the oldest, self-governing tribes in the country. We are featuring the artwork of David Bunn Martine, a local native of Southampton.