The Museum collection centers on American painting, sculpture and early 19th-century furniture. It includes portraits, landscapes and still lifes from nationally recognized artists like Mary Cassatt, John Singer Sargent, Winslow Homer, George Hetzel, Charles Linford and Joseph Woodwell, among others. Plus, powerful scenes of the region’s coal and steel industry.
Holdings also include objects like Redware and Salt-glazed stoneware, corner cupboards and blanket chests made in Pennsylvania; and new collections of post-950s works and late-19th- and early-20th-century works by John Kane.
51 quilts using the Bull’s Eye pattern: concentric circles set in grids
Works in various media from 1750 to present
Invoking childhood memories of summer through various media and installations
Highlights the work of more than 50 contemporary artists who teach