Figge Art Museum
(above: Figge Art Mueum. 2022, Photo by John Hazeltine)
Grant Wood: An American Master Revealed; article by Brady Roberts & James M. Dennis (4/22/09)
Go West! (11/18/07)
Edward M. Catich: Rock, Paper Scissors, Glass -- a Selection of Works from St. Ambrose University; with brochure text for the exhibition by Elisabeth Foxley Leach (4/6/07)
Adventures in a Temperate Climate: A Retrospective of Paintings by Martin Mull (12/1/06)
Crafting Utopia, The Art of Shaker Women (10/22/00)
Green Woods & Crystal Waters: The American Landscape Tradition (3/29/00)
In 2005 the Davenport Museum of Art changed its name to the Figge Art Museum -- the Davenport Museum of Art closed its doors to the public on September 12, 2004. The Figge Art Museum is located at 225 W. Second Street, Davenport, Iowa 52801
Exhibition hours and admission fees are available through the Museum's website.
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