Dr. Samuel R. Poliakoff Collection Of Western Art

1407 N Main ST

Abbeville, SC 29620

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Phone: (864) 459-4009

City: Abbeville

Region: Midlands

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Dr. Samuel R. Poliakoff Collection Of Western Art

The Samuel R. Poliakoff Collection in the Abbeville County Library is an outstanding collection of American art. It includes contemporary southwestern Indian pottery and textiles, as well as Western genre paintings and bronzes. The pottery collection, which numbers more than one hundred pieces, is a significant assortment, representing many of today's finest Native American ceramic artists.

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