Having first opened its doors to the public in 1931, the Addison gallery of American Art is located on the campus of Phillips ... More
Addison Gallery of American Art
Having first opened its doors to the public in 1931, the Addison gallery of American Art is located on the campus of Phillips Academy and strives to carry out the aims and mission of its founder Thomas Cochran, who stated those aims as "to enrich permanently the lives of the students of Phillips Academy, by helping to cultivate and foster in them a love for the beautiful." The museum's collection now consists of over twelve thousand works, including paintings, prints, sculptures, decorative arts, drawings and photography that trace a lineage of art from Colonial to present times, with such artists as Copely, Revere, Eakins, Homer, Whistler, Watkins, Muybridge, Prendergast, Sloan, Hopper, O'Keefe, and many others, being represented.
This Newbury Street gallery specializes in European and American paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries. Childs Gallery also houses
a print department for drawings, prints, watercolors and pastels. A sculpture department displays bronze figurines and specialty artists from ...
Serving the community since 1936, ICA (Institute of Contemporary Art) has been among the first in the city to debut
works by impressive artists from Picasso to Warhol. Since its 2006 move to the architecturally stunning new harbor front ...
You will find exhibits of contemporary painting, sculpture, printmaking and drawings at this Newbury Street gallery. The world of art
can be intimidating, but you can comfortably brush up on your knowledge here. A staff keen on detail can ...