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Explore the Hunter’s collection which tells the many stories of American Art from the 1700s through the present day.
Take a deeper dive and learn more about featured artists and works from the permanent collection.
Upraised hands could be read as symbols of greeting, of religious fervor, but this pose has become increasingly associated with compliance, fear, and resignation.
Artist, teacher, and social activist Elizabeth Catlett was best known for her work in printmaking and sculpture.
Loïs Mailou Jones was influenced by the Harlem Renaissance, being an art professor at Howard University, and her time in Haiti in the 1950s and 60s.
Enjoy online tours of previous and current exhibitions from the Hunter Museum.
Come, browse, and enjoy Hunter Museum outdoor sculpture works, and consider how an object and its placement changes your perception of that space.
The Hunter celebrates many of the incredible works in its collection by female artists.
Explore over 500 images created by 56 photographers.
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