Farnsworth Art Museum
The Shakers: From Mount Lebanon to the World (4/3/14)
"Bo Bartlett: Still Point" with introductory essay by Helen Ashton Fisher (7/6/07)
Louise Nevelson - The Farnsworth Collection; article by Suzette Lane McAvoy (4/24/06)
An Eye for Maine: Paintings from a Private Collection; essay by Donelson Hooopes (11/30/04)
Seeing Red: Rockwell Kent and the Farnsworth Art Museum; article by Victoria K. Woodhull (9/3/04)
Painting Maine: Connie Hayes and the Borrowed View (7/12/04)
Envisioning New England: Treasures from Community Art Museums (6/14/04)
Edward Hopper's Rockland (5/17/04)
Jamie Wyeth: Works from Kingdom Hospital (5/10/04)
Alan Magee: Paintings -- Sculpture -- Graphics (4/26/04)
A Wyeth Family Christmas (11/17/03)
Clara Neptune Keezer: A Legacy of Passamaquoddy Basket Making (9/11/03)
Men at Work: Paintings by Kristina Branch (7/22/03)
The Lucid Mark: 15 Years of Painting by Dennis Pinette (7/19/03)
Pirates: From the Golden Age of American Illustration (6/2/03)
Andrew Wyeth: Ericksons (4/29/03)
Eric Hopkins: Waypoints (4/23/03)
Maine in America: Two Hundred Years of American Art (11/12/02)
Capturing Nureyev: James Wyeth Paints the Dancer (5/17/02)
Emily Lansingh Muir (4/11/02)
N.C. Wyeth in Maine (11/12/01)
One Nation: Patriots and Pirates Portrayed by N.C. and James Wyeth; by Lauren Raye Smith (10/4/01)
One Nation: Patriots and Pirates Portrayed by N. C. Wyeth and Jamie Wyeth / Foreword; by David Michaelis (10/4/01)
John W. McCoy: American Painter (4/26/01)
Three Generations of Wyeths Featured in Spring, 2001 Farnsworth Art Museum Exhibitions (4/24/01)
John Wissemann: Japanese Transformations (1/16/01)
The Maine Influence: Selected Works by N. C. Wyeth / The Maine Influence: Selected Works by James Wyeth (12/21/00)
Andrew Wyeth Selections (12/21/00)
American Twentieth-Century Watercolors from the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute (10/3/00)
One Nation: Patriots and Pirates Portrayed by N.C. Wyeth and James Wyeth (8/12/00)
Alan Bray: Recent Works (5/22/00)
On Island: A Century of Continuity and Change (5/4/00)
Farnsworth Art Museum Acquires Winslow Homer Watercolor, "Seven Boys in a Dory" (1/25/00)
Painting the Elements: Maine Landscapes by N. C. Wyeth (9/9/99)
Andrew Wyeth: Selected Works (9/9/99)
Paintings, Props & Costumes: Objects of Inspiration (9/9/99)
A Century of Wyeths at the Farnsworth Art Museum (5/27/99)
Inventing Acadia: Artists and Tourists at Mount Desert (5/27/99)
Watercolors from the Permanent Collection At the Farnsworth Art Museum (3/25/99)
Robert Hamilton: A Vocabulary of Images (2/23/99)
Farnsworth's Wyeth Center features new works of Andrew Wyeth, works of Jamie Wyeth and N.C Wyeth (2/19/99)
Mood Poems: Selected Photographs by Kosti Ruohomaa, 1939-1960 (1/29/99)
A Conversation with Christopher Crossman About the Center for the Wyeth Family in Maine (10/13/98)
Wondrous Strange: Inagural Exhibition for the Center for the Wyeth Family in Maine (11/3/98)
Natural Lighting: Landscape Photographs by Melville McLean (10/7/98)
One Hundred Years of Maine at Work (1997)
Edwin Gamble (1997)
The FarnsworthArt Museum celebrates Maine's ongoing role in American art. It offers a nationally recognized collection of works from many of America's greatest artists, with 20,000 square feet of gallery space and over 13,000 works in the collection. The Farnsworth has one of the largest public collections of works by sculptor Louise Nevelson, while its Wyeth Center features works of N.C., Andrew and Jamie Wyeth. The National Register-listed Farnsworth Homestead; the Olson House, a National Historic Landmark; and Julia's Gallery for Young Artists complete the museum complex.
The Farnsworth Art Museum and the Homestead are located at the corner of Elm and Main Streets (Coastal Route 1 North) in downtown Rockland, Maine Houirs vary by season -- call the museum for latest information.
Thecoastofmaine.com is an online download and streaming video subscription magazine which presents stories in high-quality full motion video. One of the free sampler videos offered is a 3 1/3 minute overview of the Farnsworth Art Museum and Wyeth Center, featuring Suzette McAvoy, Lead Curator of the museum. This video is part 1 of a 5-part series on the museum, totaling 20 3/4 minutes. Thecoastofmaine.com is a subsidiary of Northern Light Films, Inc, a Maine based Film and Video Production Company headed by Director of Photography, Rob Draper, ACS.
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