Griswold House and Cushing/Morris Building Galleries
Rotating exhibitions of artworks from the Museum’s collection feature works from the 1800s to the present
The Drury Gallery and Library, located in the Griswold House, feature nineteenth-century works of art by artists, such as Fitz Henry Lane and George Inness. Landscapes of the nineteenth and twentieth century by artists such as William Trost Richards, George Bellows, and Helena Sturtevant are featured in the Parlor Gallery along with a sculpture by Paul Manship.
The Griswold House staircase showcases an array of nineteenth and twentieth century portraits hung salon style.
On the second floor, the Blue Room features Colonial era portraits by Gilbert Stuart and John Smibert, as well as other nineteenth century paintings. In the
In the Contemporary, Damon, and Studio Galleries, also on the second floor of the Griswold House, one can enjoy contemporary works in various media by artists such as Dale Chihuly, Joseph Norman, Aaron Siskind, Italo Scanga, Toots Zynsky, and many others.
A permanent display of paintings by the artist Howard Gardiner Cushing can be found in the newly restored Cushing Memorial Gallery.