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This museum, named after a local art collector, features American painting and crafts from Colonial portraiture to 20th-century Impressionism, with a special focus on the work of local artists from the Colonial and Federal periods.
All reviewsspecial exhibitthree floorspermanent collectionantique furnitureworth a visitstaff was very friendly and helpfulearly american furniturethird floorhistoric districtinteresting exhibitsdowntown dovergift shopsilverziggysculpturesadmissiondelaware
Beautiful museum with 3 floors of interesting exhibits. We enjoyed the School Sampler works and the Rembrandt works of art. Lots of antique furniture and silver collections. There is a fee. Parking is free.
A thoughtfully arranged and beautifully presented overview of one man's collection. There are three floors to explore and the permanent collection is presented chronologically. The striking period wallpaper reproductions behind the art and artifacts added considerable drama to the viewing experience. Not a comprehensive collection...More
I expected the tour of the facility was to follow the handout map they gave me at the time of entrance. Nothing was in the places indicated, as they had a special exhibition, and what was there were foreshortened displays. Again, a disappointment.
We visited this museum and there was a small charge, but we enjoyed the art and furniture. They had videos in many rooms that added a lot of context and detail to the works on display. I particularly liked the landscape painting and the stories...More
I'm a member of the museum, so I might be prejudiced. I love going here. They have some wonderful impressionist paintings up on the third floor and lots of local high quality paintings and other art too. I'm not really into the furniture, but it's...More
Based upon recommendations from our Bed and Breakfast we decided to visit here. It was a small museum but the work is very interesting and well done. Bear in mind-this is American Art with furniture and other clocks, etc. Don't expect a huge museum with...More