Delaware Art Museum
(above left: Atrium Gallery; right: exterior, Delaware Art Museum, photo by John Hazeltine © 2000)
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Edward Koren: The Capricious Line (9/20/16)
Inside Out: Carol Tippit Woolworth, Catherine Drabkin, Pahl Alexander Hluchan, Colleen Randall, Daniel Jackson (2/26/16)
Helen Farr Sloan, 1911-2005; essay by Heather Campbell Coyle (10/7/15)
"Blessed are the Peacemakers": Violet Oakley's The Angel of Victory (1941) (5/6/14)
State of the Art: Illustration 100 Years After Howard Pyle (3/19/13)
Painted Poetry: The Art of Mary Page Evans (4/21/12)
Howard Pyle: American Master Rediscovered (12/19/11)
Escape to Adventure: Focus on Arthur E. Becher (7/12/11)
On Assignment: American Illustration, 1850 - 1950 (5/1/10)
Dinotopia: The Fantastical Art of James Gurney (3/8/10)
Illustrating Her World: Ellen B. T. Pyle (9/4/09)
Frank E. Schoonover: An Artist for All Seasons (11/28/08)
Seeing the City: Sloan's New York (11/3/07)
Art in the 'Toon Age (3/30/07)
Icons & Idols: A Photographer's Chronicle of the Arts, 1960-1995 (9/5/06)
"Something Waits Beneath It" - Early Work by Andrew Wyeth, 1939-1969 (4/24/06)
Portraits of a People: Picturing African Americans in the Nineteenth Century (4/24/06)
Romare Bearden: Narrations (5/20/03)
Young America: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum (7/15/00)
Stuart Davis in Gloucester (1/14/00)
The Lamps of Tiffany: Highlights from the Egon and Hildegard Neustadt Collection (7/12/99)
Andy Warhol's "Flash - November 22, 1963" (7/12/99)
Founded in 1912, the Delaware Art Museum is best known
for its large collection of works by Wilmington native Howard Pyle and fellow
American illustrators; a major collection of British Pre-Raphaelite art;
and urban landscapes by John Sloan and his circle. Visitors can also enjoy
the outdoor Copeland Sculpture Garden and a number of special exhibitions
throughout the year.
The Delaware Art Museum is located at 2301 Kentmere Parkway, Wilmington, DE 19806. Please see the Museum's website for information on current admission fees and hours.
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