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The exhibit Impressionism to Modernism: The Lenfest Collection of American Art displays the complete donation of works by Marguerite and Gerry Lenfest.
By the mid 1920s, Daniel Garber had achieved remarkable success as a landscape painter, draughtsman, and teacher with no mural painting experience.
Learn more about the work by Bucks County painter, Fern I. Coppedge and her favorite subject, the winter landscape.
Chilmark Moor, Martha's Vineyard is one of William Lathrop's many poetic and evocative landscape paintings.
Learn more about the triptych, "Cicada" by Rob Evans - a symbolic painting that depicts a story.
Select from the tracks below some sounds of the night. Use these sounds to be inspirations for your writing or sketching. Soundfile: On the beach in the evening, with the […]
Trinity Root was one of Steve Tobin’s last times working in bronze. He now primarily uses steel to create sculptures for his ‘Steelroots’ series.
This twelve-foot high work by Phillip Lloyd Powell that once was installed in his former residence on Route 202 in New Hope, Pennsylvania, was permanently installed at the Michener in October 2010, and has remained an iconic work in the Museum’s galleries since that time.