Currier Museum of Art
About the Currier
The Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH is home to an internationally respected collection of European and American paintings, decorative arts, photographs and sculpture. New galleries showcase the collection of over 11,000 objects, including works by Picasso, Matisse, Monet, O'Keeffe, and Warhol. Visitors of all ages will enjoy the engaging traveling exhibitions, a series of dynamic programs ranging from music to lectures to hands-on art-making, an expanded gift shop and an airy new café filled with light and equipped with WiFi.
The associated Art Center offers studio classes, art camps and intensive workshops for all ages. The museum also owns the Zimmerman House designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, complete with the original furnishings and the owners' fine art collection. The Zimmerman House is the only Wright-designed house in New England open for public tours, which are offered March - December.
The Currier Museum of Art is located at 150 Ash Street, Manchester, NH 03104, and is wheelchair accessible. Museum hours and admission fees are available on the Museum's website.
Google Book Searches conducted in 2008 and 2013 by Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO) located the following brochures, catalogues and gallery guides published on paper in connection with the Museum and with a topic of American representational art. The list may not include all relevant publications. Titles are listed by date of publication, with most recent listed first. Information on publications may be in error or incomplete. Titles may be followed by links to related essays published by Resource Library. See Definitions for more information on finding brochures, catalogues and gallery guides using TFAO's website.
From Homer to Hopper: American Watercolor Masterworks from the Currier Museum of Art: March 6, 2010 - June 7, 2010 : 2010 - 20 pages
Andy Warhol: Pop Politics, by Sharon Matt Atkins, Currier Museum of Art, 2008 - 15 pages
James Aponovich: a Retrospective, by Kurt J. Sundstrom, Howard Mansfield, Currier Museum of Art. 2005 - 42 pages
Andrew Wyeth: Early Watercolors, by Susan E. Strickler. Currier Museum of Art, 2004 - 69 pages
Focus on the Soul: the Photographs of Lotte Jacobi, by Kurt J. Sundstrom. Currier Museum of Art, 2003 - 18 pages
Impressionism Transformed: the Paintings of Edmund C. Tarbell, by Susan E. Strickler, Linda Jones Docherty, Erica E. Hirshler, Edmund Charles Tarbell, 2001, Original from the University of Michigan, Digitized Nov 14, 2007, ISBN 0929710258, 9780929710259, 172 pages (Limited preview)
American Potters: Mary and Edwin Scheier, by Michael Komanecky, Currier Gallery of Art, Arizona State University. University Art Museum. Currier Gallery of Art, 1993 - 109 pages
Title By Bood Hands: New Hampshire Folk Art, Authors: Robert M. Doty, Currier Gallery of Art, University of New Hampshire. University Art Galleries, 1989, Original from Indiana University, Digitized Jul 22, 2009, 122 pages
Henry Petzal, Silversmith, by Samson Lane Faison. Currier Gallery of Art, 1987 - 60 page
Jane Freilicher: Paintings, Authors: Jane Freilicher, Robert M. Doty, John Ashbery, Linda L. Cathcart, John Yau, Currier Gallery of Art, Editor: Robert M. Doty, 1986, Digitized: Nov 14, 2007, ISBN 0800843029, 9780800843021,122 pages
The Black Hat by Lilla Cabot Perry, Bulletin (Currier Gallery of Art), by Lilla Cabot Perry, Doris A. Birmingham, Currier Gallery of Art, 1986, 24 pages
Heirlooms: Historical Art and Decorative Arts from New Hampshire Collectors, By Currier Gallery of Art, 1985, 9 pages
James Aponovich, By Robert M. Doty, New Britain Museum of American Art, Robert Schoelkopf Gallery, Publisher: Currier Gallery of Art in collaboration with the New Britain Museum of American Art and Robert Schoelkopf Gallery Ltd., 1985, 16 pages
Will Barnet: Paintings, Prints and Drawings, Currier Gallery of Art, Minnesota Museum of Art, 1984, 13 pages
Lucien Gosselin, Sculptor/sculpteur, By Currier Gallery of Art, 1980, 8 pages
The Currier Gallery of Art: Handbook of the Collection, By Robert M. Doty, 1979 - 160 pages
George Loring Brown: Landscapes of Europe and America, 1834-1880, by University of Vermont. Robert Hull Fleming Museum, Burlington, Vt, William David Barry, Thomas W. Leavitt, Currier Gallery of Art, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, 1973, 55 pages
Thomas Waterman Wood, PNA, 1823-1903, 1972 - 63 pages
Nineteenth Century American Painting from the Collection of Henry Melville Fuller: an exhibition organized by the Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, N.H. 1971, 88 pages
The Decorative Arts of New Hampshire, 1725-1825, by Richard H. Randall, 1964, 73 pages
Peter Blume in Retrospect, 1925 to 1964: Paintings & Drawings, Currier Gallery of Art, Wadsworth Atheneum, 1964, 43 pages
American Paintings of the Nineteenth Century from the Collection of Morton C. Bradley: Exhibition April 12-May 27, by Currier Gallery of Art, 1962, 20 pages
Watercolors by Edward Hopper: with a Selection of His Etchings : [exhibition held at] the Currier Gallery of Art, October 8-November 15, 1959, Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, December 2-27; Wadsworth Atheneum, January 6-February 7, 1960. Currier Gallery of Art, Rhode Island School of Design. Museum of Art, Wadsworth Atheneum, 1959, 18 pages
Karl Drerup, Enamels & Paintings: with a Selection of Drawings, Prints, and Ceramics: a retrospective exhibition at the Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire, May 21 through July 20, 1958, by Karl Drerup, Currier Gallery of Art, 1958, 18 pages
Paul Sample, Retrospective Exhibition: July 15 to September 15, 1948, by Churchill Pierce Lathrop, 1948, 18 pages
Sculpture by Malvina Hoffman, By Malvina Hoffman, Currier Gallery of Art, 1937
Oil Paintings by J. Jeffrey Grant of Chicago, Ill, Currier Gallery of Art, 1937
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