The Museum's collection includes paintings, prints, photographs, and sculptures, with strengths in European and American art of the 19th and 20th centuries. Artists represented include Alexander Calder, Gustave Courbet, Ellsworth Kelly, Henry Moore, Georgia O’Keeffe, Charles Willson Peale, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Richard Tuttle, and Anne Truitt.
The Museum’s collection also includes a large installation of art glass by Dale Chihuly, and a Works Progress Administration Collection, and the Dorothy and Herbert Voge: 50 Gifts for 50 States.
New gallery design features a three-dimensional approach to viewing Chihuly's glass
150 twentieth century masterpieces represent a significant chapter in American art
Featuring 70+ masterpieces from the 19th-and early-20th-century
145 works by 19th-century English artists resist the formulaic
Works with a focus on the land, history, culture, and peoples of Great Britain
35+ works in a wide variety of materials from the 20th & 21st centuries
Images bring environmental awareness to the forefront of collective concerns in the U.S.