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.
Woodwork, ceramics, furniture, jewelry, textiles, metalwork, glass, enamel, and leather
30 watercolor sketches and drawings from a women's rights advocate
Thematic continuities in the art of 80+ artists from the Caribbean islands
A blending of the natural world with abstract shapes
13 works of art previously on display in the Hotel du Pont
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Celebrates the Loper's legacy of modernist traditions
Presents a contemporary look at gender and identity