The Springfield Museums at the Quadrangle and Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden
Of Land and Sea: Alfred Thompson Bricher and William Trost Richards (12/16/10)
WPA Artists in Print (12/10/10)
Color Woodblock Prints at Michele and Donald D'Amour Museum of Fine Arts in Springfield, Massachusetts (2/13/09)
Behind the Scenes: The Artists Who Worked for Currier & Ives (6/27/08)
Josh Simpson: A Visionary Journey in Glass, 1972-2007 (11/16/07)
Domestic Reflections: Smashed Glass Assemblage by Mo Ringey (8/13/07)
Liberty & Justice: American Ideals Portrayed by Currier & Ives (2/3/07)
Currier & Ives: An American Panorama (11/7/05)
Currier & Ives Prints Acquired by the Springfield Museums (5/10/04)
Feelin' Groovy: Rock and Roll Graphics, 1966-1970 (5/20/03)
Out of Time: Designs for the 20th-Century Future (9/18/02)
The Seuss, the Whole Seuss, and Nothing But the Seuss (7/3/02)
Daniel Chester French, 1850-1931 The Minute Man; essay by Thayer Tolles (3/6/02)
Mary Frank, born 1933, Striding Woman, 1986; essay by Hollister Sturges (2/22/02)
Maurice Brazil Prendergast, 1853-1324, Merry-Go-Round, Nahant, around 1900-1901; essay by Carol Clark (2/4/02)
Asa Cheffetz, 1896-1965, Cape Lighthouse (Mass.), around 1950; essay by Heather Haskell (1/23/02)
Edward Lamson Henry, 1841-1919 The Peddler, 1879; essay by William T. Oedel (1/14/02)
Sante Graziani, born 1920, Mural, 1943-1947; essay by Mary E. Kinnecome (1/3/02)
Erastus Salisbury Field, 1805-1900 Historical Monument of the American Republic, 1867-1888; essay by Paul Staiti (1/3/02)
John George Brown, 1831-1913, The Berry Boy, c. 1877, Crossing the Brook, 1874; essay by Martha Hoppin (12/29/01)
Isabel Bishop, 1902-1988, At the Noon Hour, c. 1936; essay by Gloria Russell (12/28/01)
Valley Furniture, Valley Tools (9/4/01)
Janet Rickus: Still Lifes 1993-2001 (5/8/01)
David Brega and Douglas Brega: Oil & Water (7/31/00)
Bill Rohan: Mindscapes (5/16/00)
The Political Dr. Seuss (2/17/00)
On the Road with Thomas Hart Benton: Images of a Changing America (9/23/99)
American Glass: Masters of the Art (12/19/98)
Crossing Boundaries: Contemporary Art Quilts (11/6/98)
Folk Art From the Museum Collection (9/23/98)
Norman Rockwell: Drawing the American Dream (7/28/98)
The Connecticut Valley Historical Museum, George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum and the Michele and Donald D'Amour Museum of Fine Arts are located at 220 State Street at the Quadrangle on the corner of State and Chestnut Streets in downtown Springfield. There is also a science museum and a sculpture garden in the complex.
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