Continuing Exhibits

"Overbeck Vase" by Elizabeth Gray Overbeck & Mary Frances Overbeck

Elizabeth Gray Overbeck, Mary Frances Overbeck, 'Vase (with birds & blossoms design)

"Vase (with birds & blossoms design)", c.1911-1930, ceramic
by Elizabeth Gray Overbeck (1875-1936) Mary Frances Overbeck (1878-1959)

The R. Douglas & Barbara Grant Family Gallery now contains the worlds largest public collection of Art Pottery. In addition, the expanded gallery also contains important ceramic works by other Indiana artists including Brown County pottery and works by Karl Martz.

"Sugaring Time" by Anna Mary Robertson Moses (Grandma Moses)

Anna Mary Robertson Moses (Grandma Moses), 'Sugaring Time

"Sugaring Time", 1954, oil on panel
by Anna Mary Robertson Moses (Grandma Moses) (1860 ? 1961)

This work is one of many highlights of the Midwest Museum of American Art's permanent collection which showcases 175 years of 19th and 20th century American Art. The collection consists of paintings, prints, drawings, watercolors, sculpture, and photographs of significance in the history of American Art.

Norman Rockwell

Norman Rockwell, 'No Credit Given

"No Credit Given", 1917, oil on canvas
by Norman Rockwell (1894 ? 1978)

In addition to this original oil painting, an extensive collection of hand signed lithographs and collotypes by this famous American artist can be found on the museums second floor. This collection stands out as being one of the most popular with museum visitors. It is on display from mid-December, to the end of September.