Allentown Art Museum
Jacob Lawrence: Tales of Freedom (9/28/06)
Charles Sheeler in Doylestown: American Modernism and the Pennsylvania Tradition; essays by Karen Lucic (3/14/06)
Charles Sheeler in Doylestown; article by Karen Lucic (2/22/06)
Bill Gothard: Glimpses of the Human Condition; article by Thomas C. Burke (8/15/05)
Anne T. Goodman: Paintings and Sculpture; essay by Richard N. Gregg (4/13/05)
Salute to Norman Rockwell; essay by Richard N. Gregg (4/13/05)
Nelson Shanks: Paintings and Drawings; essay by Peter F. Blume (3/30/05)
Walter Emerson Baum, Pennsylvania Artist, 1884-1956; essay by Martha Hutson-Saxton (3/9/05)
Faith Ringgold: A View From the Studio (3/8/05)
Allentown Impressions: Views of City Parks (10/22/04)
Paths to Impressionism: French and American Landscape Paintings (10/1/04)
Animalia: Small Paintings and Drawings by Patricia Traub (7/23/04)
Wallace Nutting and the Invention of Old America (3/8/04)
Augustus Saint-Gaudens: Master of American Sculpture (11/17/03)
William Christine: The Grand Canyon Series (714/03)
Treasures of the Greater Lehigh Valley (7/7/03)
Allentown Art Museum Appoints David R. Brigham as Director (5/16/02)
Harry Bertoia's Monographics (1/13/00)
Mind and Machine: Rhonda Wall, Recent Works (7/28/99)
Summer Views (7/28/99)
Photographic Tableaux: Tina Barney's Family Album (6/6/99)
Industrial Pennsylvania (6/6/99)
John Clem Clarke: Comforts, Near Disasters, and Pentimenti (10/98)
Little more than 90 minutes west of Manhattan and one hour north of Philadelphia, the Allentown Art Museum is located at 31 North Fifth Street, between Linden and Hamilton Streets, in Allentown, PA.
Public parking is available on the south side of Linden Street west of Sixth Street and on Sixth Street between Hamilton and Walnut streets (behind Federal Grill). On-street parking is also available.
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