The T.C. Steele State Historic Site includes the last home and studio of Indiana artist Theodore Clement Steele (1847-1926) and his second wife Selma Neubacher Steele (1870-1945). Steele, a member of the noted “Hoosier Group” of American Impressionist painters, was attracted to Brown County by the scenery he encountered while hiking in the area. The site’s 211 acres of wooded hills and ravines inspired the artist to paint some of his most famous works.
Currently, the T.C. Steele State Historic Site offers a variety of programming, including a Gardening Series, Wildflower Foray, PaintOuts, and a Ghost Tour event. Visitors can see almost 70 original T.C. Steele paintings on display and original furnishings in Steele’s home, The House of the Singing Winds. Visitors can also explore the site’s grounds, including restored historic gardens, the historic Dewar Log Cabin, five hiking trails, and the 92-acre Selma N. Steele State Nature Preserve.
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Address: 4220 TC Steele Rd.
Nashville, IN 47448
Phone: (812) 677-2003