New Britain Museum of American Art
about the New Britain Museum of American Art:
The first institution dedicated solely to acquiring American art. Spanning four centuries of American history, the New Britain Museum of American Art’s collection is renowned for its strengths in colonial portraiture, the Hudson River School, American Impressionism, and the Ash Can School.
The museum contains more than 8,400 paintings, works on paper, sculptures, videos and photographs. Notably, its collection includes Thomas Hart Benton’s celebrated five-panel mural “The Arts of Life in America” (1932).
Community offerings include classes in watercolor and illustration, musical performances, gallery talks, meet-the-artist events, and more.