The collection of more than 15,000 pieces holds work from many of America’s greatest artists, including a large collection of sculpture by Louise Nevelson, and the Wyeth Center featuring works by Andrew, N.C. and Jamie Wyeth. A comprehensive collection of American art related to Maine and works by some of America’s foremost landscape painters of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, as well as contemporary art and 20th-century and contemporary photography.
Two historic homes, the Farnsworth Homestead and the Olson House, are also on the museum campus, the latter figuring famously in paintings by Andrew Wyeth.
Museum is on the Maine Art Museum Trail
Exhibitions marking the centennial of Wyeth's birth include Maine watercolors, drawings, and more.
Photographs of home and studio plus sculpture offer a captivating look into an artist's life
Unconventional portrait and preliminary sketches provide insight into the artist's process
Pencil studies of the Kennedy brothers, and a color study of JFK
Explore the physical, spiritual, and cultural landscape of Maine’s mountains through art and Wabanaki myth
Monumental pubic art looks at what is fake and what is real