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The museum is next to Kit Carson Park and across the street from some of the fine shops in Taos. It is a very pleasant stop if you want to take a breather from shopping for trinkets. The architecture and the woodworking details are worth...More
We spent the weekend visiting 4 of the art museums in Taos. Always wanted to tour the Fechin House. What an architectural gem with amazing hand carvings throughout. Lots of wonderful art. Be sure to enjoy the studio. A real treasure.
This museum exists in Fechin’s house, A grande and unique property ideally suited as an art museum. Nicolai was not only in accomplished painter, including a few spectacular impressionist-inspire pieces, and one amazing abstract painting, but he was also a gifted wood carver and furniture...More
The museum is in the Nicolai Fechin house. The home architecture is wonderful and the wood work around the door, windows and furniture is magnificent. Beautiful setting. Glad it is being kept as it was in the 1920's.
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed this museum. The wood carvings were our favorite part of the museum. The art was wonderful too, but it amazed us that one man was able to carve so much wood in his lifetime - huge, elaborate pieces of...More
This is a neat museum featuring Fechin's work but even better because it is in his house. There is amazing woodwork to see as well as artwork. His studio is also very interesting. Be sure to learn the history of the house as his daughter...More
Loved this museum. Fechin's wood carvings of doors, furniture , etc through out the house are captivating. We happened to run into a docent who offered us a free tour, hearing the stories she shared enhanced the experience. Well worth a visit and walkable in...More