Hood Museum of Art
Resource Library articles and essays honoring the American experience through its art:
Native American Ledger Drawings from the Hood Museum of Art: The Mark Lansburgh Collection (11/12/10)
American Art at Dartmouth: Highlights from the Hood Museum of Art (6/24/07)
Drawn from Nature: The Plant Lithographs of Ellsworth Kelly (6/23/05)
Marks of Distinction: Two Hundred Years of American Drawings and Watercolors from the Hood Museum of Art (3/1/05)
Picturing Change: The Impact of Ledger Drawings on Native American Art (11/24/04)
Luis Gispert/Loud Image (6/14/04)
Looking Backward, Moving Forward: Women Photographers in the Hood's Collection (5/27/04)
Crossing Currents: The Synergy of Jean-Michel Basquiat and Ouattara Watts (3/18/04)
Regional Selections 30 (6/12/03)
High Society: Psychedelic Rock Posters of Haight-Ashbury (4/5/02)
Derrick Cartwright Is New Director of Hood Museum of Art (10/17/00)
Surface and Depth: Trends in Contemporary Portrait Photography (10/10/00)
Completing the Picture: Hats, Fashion and Fine Art (3/21/00)
Thoughtful Mechanisms: The Lyrical Engineering of Arthur Ganson (1/19/00)
Hood Museum of Art Acquires Rare Outdoor Still Life by Maria Oakey Dewing (11/1/99)
Jacob Lawrence--Aesop's Fables (4/11/99)
Winter's Promise: Willard Metcalf
in Cornish, New Hampshire, 1909-1920 (1999)
The Hood Museum of Art is dedicated to teaching and promoting visual literacy for all of its visitors. This dynamic educational and cultural facility houses one of the oldest and largest college collections in the country, with more than 65,000 objects acquired since 1772. Among its most important works are six Assyrian stone reliefs that date from around 900 BCE. The collection also presents art from other ancient cultures, the Americas, Europe, Africa, Papua New Guinea, and many more regions of the world. The Hood seeks to inspire and educate through direct engagement with works of art and offers access to the rich diversity of its collections through ongoing highlights displays, special exhibitions, an online collections database, and a wide array of programs and events. Information as of 2010.
Hood Museum of Art is located on Wheelock Street opposite the green in Hanover, New Hampshire. For Museum hours please see the Museum's website.
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