Archive | April, 2011

Smith College Museum of Art

The Museum at Smith College began collecting works in 1879 with a focus on American and European art. Acquiring works of quality, while recognizing the instructional value of preparatory studies and unfinished works. The Museum assembled important works of the nineteenth century, including works by Edgar Degas, Paul Cezanne, Claude Monet, and others. In the […]

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Hill-Stead Museum

What makes this museum unique and special is that it is a home. A place that Theodate (the Pope family’s daughter) designed and loved. While the collection of art and artifacts was largely collected by her father Alfred. Some of the paintings were moved in (1950’s) many of them have recently been moved back to […]

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