Hunterdon Art Museum’s
Permanent Collection

Hunterdon Art Museum’s permanent collection of works on paper concentrates on prints, but also includes drawings, paintings, and photographs.

Dating from the 1930s to the present, works in the collection are by internationally
recognized artists as well as artists from the region.

Included in the collection are prints by Salvador Dali, Mark DiSuvero, Philip Guston, Alex
Katz, Ann Steele Marsh, Ad Reinhardt, Faith Ringgold, and Beverly Semmes, to name just a
few of the significant artists whose works are part of the Museum’s holdings.

Within the collection is the Ann Steele Marsh Collection, named after one of the founders
of the Museum. These prints were purchase prizes from the Museum’s Annual National
Juried Print Exhibitions, which took place for more than fifty years.

Contributing to the Collection

Donations to the collection are welcome. In addition to individual gifts, the Museum has received several gifts of multiple works from donors, including Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dorsky, The Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper, and World House Editions, among others.

Toshiko Takaezu Terrace

Permanently installed on the Museum’s Toshiko Takaezu Terrace are sculptures by Tom Otterness and Noriko Sakuyama, gifts of the June and Ira Kapp Foundation.  Three bronzes by Takaezu, titled The Three Graces, are on long-term loan from the Toshiko Takaezu Foundation.  A ceramic sculpture, Tree, by Takaezu is in the lobby.