Hyde Collection Art Museum

Courtyard, former residence of Louis and Charlotte Hyde, Bigelow and Wadsworth, Architects, built 1912 © 1987 The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls, New York. Please click on image to enlarge it.

Glens Falls, NY





Resource Library articles and essays honoring the American experience through its art:

An Enduring Legacy: American Impressionist Landscapes from the Thomas Clark Collection (2/4/10)

Luminist Horizons: The Art and Collection of James A. Suydam (6/15/07)

Painting Lake George: 1774-1900 (6/21/05)

Masterworks: Selections from the New Britain Museum of American Art; with essay by Douglas Hyland (5/3/04)

Family Matters: American Impressionism and Realism (3/24/03)

Views of New York: Selections from the Permanent Collection (2/21/02)

Arthur B. Davies: Dweller on the Threshold (6/22/01)

Picturing Gentility: Portraits of Women in American Art (7/11/00)

Hyde Collection Art Museum Appoints Randall Suffolk as Director (3/14/00)

Winslow Homer (1836-1910) (10/7/99)

The Hyde Collection and its American Art (6/22/99)

A Loaded Brush - Nancy Brett: Recent Paintings (6/22/99)


The Hyde Collection is a historic house and art museum complex that combines the heritage of the Adirondack Region with a distinguished permanent collection consisting of works by European old and modern masters and American artists, important decorative arts and antique furnishings. In addition, the Museum provides changing exhibitions in four gallery spaces, lectures, concerts, family activities and school programming as well as a Museum Store. The Hyde Collection is a publicly supported institution located at 161 Warren Street, Glens Falls, New York.

Directions: From the South: Take Exit 24 off NYS Thruway to I-87N. Take Exit 18 to Glens Falls. Follow hospital signs into downtown Glens Falls; proceed straight through light onto Warren Street. The Museum is located five blocks down on the right. From the North: Take I-87S to Exit 18 to Glens Falls. Proceed following directions given above.

Parking is vailable on Warren Street and behind the Museum. Handicapped parking is located in front of Hyde House. Handicapped accessible.

Please see the Museum's website for hours and admission fees. Accessed 2009

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