Engelbert began working on his rural environment in the 1930s, though it decayed after he died in 1962.
The environment was revived with financing from the Kohler Foundation.
Some of the pieces are reproductions, with a handful of replaced originals on display in the house.
The site is beautiful, another example of Wisconsin's amazing diversity of art environments. (Learn more about Grandview from the Kohler Foundation.)
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