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The Currier Museum of Art has a comprehensive permanent collection of art. The permanent attractions at the Currier Museum of Art include approximately 13,000 pieces of American and European art.
Modern Art includes a variety of art mediums and influences. A combination of renowned European and American artists comprise this permanent attraction. Some of the highlighted modern artists include Henri Matisse, Georges Rouault, Arthur Dove, and Charles Sheeler.
European Art is a display of art from the thirteenth century until Impressionism. While this collection has a variety of art mediums and influences, a bulk of this collection is Dutch pictures from the 17th century.
Decorative Art showcases the superior craftsmanship that has been popular in New England for three centuries.
Contemporary Art features art from Postimpressionism until 1945. Some of the highlighted artists within this collection include Adolph Gottlieb, Josef Albers, Marisol, and Jennifer Bartlett.
New Hampshire Art and Artists is a display of renowned art and artists from New Hampshire. Some of the earliest pieces in this collection include furniture from the 1700s. One of the highlights of this attraction is a display of Hudson River School art, which was inspired by the farms, mountains, and villages of New Hampshire.
Zimmerman House represents the legacy of Isadore J. and Lucille Zimmerman, as well as renowned modern architect Frank Lloyd Wright. In 1988, Isadore J. and Lucille Zimmerman gave their house to the Currier Museum of Art. Today, the Zimmerman House embodies the Zimmermans’ private art collection and the superior work of Wright.