Housed in the 1938 purpose-built building on 11 acres which comprise the Copeland Sculpture Garden, the museum holds the most significant Pre-Raphaelite collection outside the United Kingdom, and a preeminent collection of John Sloan’s art, representing virtually every aspect of his career. Additionally, American illustrators, 19th- and early-20th-century and contemporary American artists are represented .
Nine mural panels painted by the artist for the drawing room of his home.
Photographs taken from 1962 to 1964 documenting the Civil Rights Movement
A first: Andrew Wyeth and British critic/amateur artist John Ruskin exhibited together
Expressive portraits and impassioned courtroom dramas capture 1955 civil rights emotions
Exploring identity, history, and the actions motivating contemporary society
Woodwork, ceramics, furniture, jewelry, textiles, metalwork, glass, enamel, and leather
30 watercolor sketches and drawings from a women's rights advocate
Three painters who are attuned to harmonies and contrasts in abstract forms
Using drawings as metaphors for transitory life experiences,11 artists draw stories of impermanence