Selections from the Collection

September 7, 2022

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On View July 10 - September 4, 2022

The prints in this gallery are part of Hunterdon Art Museum’s permanent collection of works on paper.  Since its founding in the early 1950s, the Museum has acquired prints, photographs, artist books, collages, and paintings on paper. While many of the works in the collection were purchased from the Museum’s long-running National Print Exhibition (1957 – 2008), gifts from generous artists, collectors, art dealers, and print publishers make up a substantial portion of the Museum’s holdings.

All of the works currently on view are gifts from Donald Taglialatella, Leslie Kruse and World House Editions, publishers of limited edition prints by international artists.

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In addition to inspiring people with our classes, we spark imaginations with world-class art installed on our terrace and in our galleries. We maintain the beautiful stone mill that deepens your ties with the past and provide a gathering place for your family and friends on the Toshiko Takaezu Terrace.

Please consider making a tax-deductible donation so that we may continue educating, challenging, and inspiring community through the arts.

Programs are made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts; Hyde and Watson Foundation; The Large Foundation; and The Holt Foundation, along with other corporations, foundations and individuals.  The Hunterdon Art Museum is a wheelchair-accessible space.  Publications are available in large print.  Patrons who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired may contact the Museum through the New Jersey Relay Service at (TTY) 1 (800) 852-7899.

The land upon which Hunterdon Art Museum is located is part of the traditional territory of the Lenni-Lenape, called “Lenapehoking.” We acknowledge the Lenni-Lenape as the original people of this land.


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