The collection of fine and decorative arts spans the history of American art from the 18th century to the present day, with a focus on the art and culture of Connecticut.Includes iconic examples of Hudson River School and American Impressionism, and recent acquisitions highlight modern and contemporary artists working in Connecticut.
The museum is on the CT Art Trail.
Work from the 19th - 21st century examine the history and character of New England’s farms
Examples from Old Lyme's glory days as a premier art colony up to significant present day works
Paintings explore the tension and competition between image and reputation, media fame and history
Installations in conversation with the Museum's landscape and historic structures reflect our natural world's vulnerability