Bruce Museum

Greenwich, CT




Being, Nothingness and Much, Much More: Roz Chast, Beyond The New Yorker (8/7/14)

Telling American History: Realism from the Print Collection of Dr. Dorrance T. Kelly (9/7/13)



Reflections of Taste: American Art from Greenwich Collections; article by Hollister Sturges (5/6/09)

Illuminating the Sea: The Marine Paintings of James E. Buttersworth, 1817-1894 (3/25/09)

Weaving a Collection: Native American Baskets from the Bruce Museum (2/18/07)

Painterly Controversy: William Merritt Chase and Robert Henri (1/23/07)

Jazz Greats: Herman Leonard Photographs from the Bruce Museum Collection (8/4/06)

Small Scales IV: Miniature Rooms and Houses (9/27/05)

American Impressionism: The Beauty of Work (8/19/05)

New York Exposed: Photographs from the Daily News, Part I (2/24/04)

Wendell Minor's America the Beautiful: Celebrating 15 Years of Picture Book Art (9/4/03)

JFK and Art (9/2/03)

The Great American Nude (6/5/02)

In Search of the Dream: The American West / The West in Popular Culture (1/31/02)

Prints of American Life: WPA Works on Paper from the Webster Collection (8/23/01)

Seasons of Life: American Impressionism and Frank Vincent DuMond (5/21/01)

Art for the Great Estates: The Bruce Museum's First Decade (2/21/01)

Space 2001: To the Moon and Beyond (1/10/01)



The Navajo Weaving Tradition (11/13/00)

The American Avant-Garde: A Decade of Change 1936-1946 (8/27/00)

A Connecticut Place: Weir Farm, An American Painter's Rural Retreat (5/20/00)

Flower Power: Botanical Art (4/17/00)

Scenes of American Life: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum (3/15/00)

Mystery/Ambiguity/Narrative: The Paintings of Kathryn Myers (12/20/99)

Small Scales II: Greenwich Miniaturists (11/4/99)

Brett Weston in New York (9/17/99)

The Woodstock Art Colony (6/15/99)

The Thoroughbred: Born to Run and Jump (5/12/99)

Man Ray's Paris Portraits -- 1921-1939 (3/10/99)

White Mountain Painters 1834-1926 (1/17/99)

Linda McCartney's Sixties: Portrait of an Era (12/23/98)

17th Annual Outdoor Arts Festival of the Bruce Museum (10/10/98)

Spinning Spheres and Whirling Wheels: The Art of Play (9/22/98)

Wings of Summer: Butterflies and Moths (9/15/98)

The Middle Passage: White Ships, Black Cargo;Drawings from the Book by Tom Feelings (4/7/98)


The Bruce Museum is located at 1 Museum Drive in downtown Greenwich, Connecticut, just off 1-95, and a three-minute walk from the Greenwich Metro North railroad station. Free, on-site parking is available. See the museum's website for hours and fees.

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