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October 1, 2022 - May 14, 2023
Dreams and Memories
Dreams and Memories, an exploration of historic and contemporary art from the Museum’s permanent collection, considers these themes as drivers of artistic creativity and expressions of powerful forces in American society.
Dreams and memories both manifest and generate ideas, perhaps no more powerfully than in art. Through works by such artists as Edmund Greacen, Mary Knollenberg, Willard Metcalf, Charles Ethan Porter, Winfred Rembert, and Bessie Potter Vonnoh, the exhibition explores these ideas through themes such as reverie, surrealism, identity formation, religion, social action, historical memory, and the American dream.
Image: Winfred Rembert (1945–2021), Cotton Pickers, 28 x 35 in. Dye on carved and tooled leather, PurchaseFind out more...
An American Place: The Art Colony at Old Lyme
During the first two decades of the 20th century, the village of Old Lyme, Connecticut was the setting for one of the largest and most significant art colonies in America.Find out more...
Object Lessons in American Art: Selections from the Princeton University Art Museum
June 3–September 10, 2023