Since its inception, the Boseker Fund for Early California Art has allowed the museum to carry out conservation treatments on a number of paintings that were previously unfit for exhibition, bringing them back to their original splendor for their exhibition and for future generations to enjoy.
About the Boseker Fund
A Passion Project
The Bosekers’ interest in collecting early California art began shortly after their arrival to California. They purchased their first two paintings—Yosemite Falls, an 1885 work by Thomas Hill and High Sierra by William Keith—during a trip to San Francisco in 1969. Drawn to the natural beauty of the California landscapes depicted in the paintings, thus began what is today among the most substantial and important collections in this field.
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