Illustration, fine art, and marketing

                                   

Arkell Museum – Art in Advertising: How Bartlett Arkell’s Beech-Nut Used Fine Art to Sell Food

BOCES ID

2481

For

Middle school, High school

Categories

Visual Arts

Curriculum

The Arts

Costs

$6.00 per student

Dates Available

Tuesdays through Fridays

Program Theme

Illustration, fine art, and marketing

Program Description

How did a marketing collection end up in a fine art museum? Many of the paintings in the Arkell Museum’s collection were never intended to be hung on the wall but rather used as the basis for advertisements. Explore the Beech-Nut marketing materials and see how Bartlett Arkell used his art to sell food!

Phone

(518) 673-2314

Address

2 Erie Boulevard

Canajoharie, New York 13317

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