Stepping Back in Time with a Pictorial visit to the Wyndclyffe Mansion in Rhinebeck

 

 

 

c 2015, Wyndcliffe on Mill Road in Rhinebeck

Many New Yorkers have been stepping out of the city during this time of COVID, in search of space ~ more than six-feet of space. Today, we’re taking a leap back in time to 1853, when Elizabeth Schermerhorn Jones (1810-1876), a New York Socialite, built a weekend and summer residence in a small town named Rhinebeck, directly across the Hudson River from the currently popular, Kingston. Below, our pictorial visit to what’s left of Rhinecliff (now known as Wyndclyffe).

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4th Outdoor Sculpture Biennial at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck

The DNA Totem – close up. Artist, Suprina at the 4th Outdoor Sculpture Biennial

Wilderstein Historic Site, Rhinebeck, New York

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