The Museum holds focused collections including American 19th- and 20th-century paintings, prints, and sculpture, such as works of New York and Philadelphia School artists John Sloane, Henri Luks, and Joseph Pennell; plus a group of Op and Pop Art compositions.
Additional collections are a works on paper, numbering more than 1,500 pieces, featuring Durer, Rembrandt, and Cezanne; large holdings of the paintings and prints of Francoise Gilot; a collection of Pennsylvania German art and artifacts; and Japanese woodcuts, scrolls, and artifacts.
Contemporary sculpture is well represented, with a large selection of maquettes, including the largest private collection of maquettes and large-scale sculpture by Lynn Chadwick, dating from 1957-1987. Additionally, more than eighty 20th-century sculptures are installed on the grounds of the College.
Sculpture, large-scale installation, and paintings that explore Chicano roots
Images from an 8-1/2 month photographic documentation of Ground Zero
Works offer a nuanced portrait of humanity through the metaphor of the four seasons
Examines the societal and self-inflected barriers women experience as they struggle to succeed
Works created to help release others from their pain, and learn from mistakes of the past
Painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, installation, mixed media, and photography
Examines the way science has shaped society, identity, and everyday life
An interactive sound installation uses sculpture and multimedia
Immersive environments draw on art-history and pop-culture resources