Exhibition History

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1912 First Annual Exhibition of Works by the Pupils of Howard Pyle (Nov. 12-16)
1913 Second Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Pupils of Howard Pyle (Nov. 3-10)
1914 Third Annual Exhibition of the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts (Nov. 2-7)
1915 Fourth Annual Exhibition of the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts (Nov. 1-6)
1916 Fifth Annual Exhibition of the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts (Nov. 6-11)
1917 Sixth Annual Exhibition of the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts (Nov. 5-8)
1918 POSTPONED BECAUSE OF WAR
1919 Seventh Annual Exhibition of the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts (Feb. 3-6)
1920 Eighth Annual Exhibition of the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts (Apr. 13-14)
1921 Ninth Annual Exhibition of the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts (Apr. 26-30)
1922 NO SHOW
1923 Tenth Annual Exhibition of the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts (Dec. 11, 1923-Jan. 10, 1924)
1924 Eleventh Annual Exhibition of the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts (Apr. 1-21)
Exhibition of Pastels, Watercolors, and Woodblocks by Wharton Harris Esherick (Apr. 22-May 3)
Work of School Children (May)
Exhibition of Paintings by Herbert D. Stitt and Clifford W. Ashley (Oct. 21-Nov. 1)
Exhibition of Bronzes by Amory Simons / Exhibition of Hooked Rugs and Decorative Panels by Dorothea Storey and Marie Thater (Nov. 3-15)
1925 Drawings in Black and White, Monochrome and Tint (May 26-Jun. 1)
Work of School Children (Jun.)
Twelfth Annual Exhibition of the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts (Nov. 11-Dec. 12)
1926 Exhibition of Early American Furniture (Jan. 19-30)
Exhibition of Russian Art (Feb. 6-24)
Railway Posters (Mar.)
Exhibition of Paintings: Old and Modern Masters of the American and European Schools, Collection of Robert C. Vose of Boston (Apr. 27-May 8)
Thirteenth Annual Exhibition of the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts (Nov. 17-Dec. 16)
1927 Books on Prints in the Free Library (Feb.)
Exhibition of Prints and Etchings (Feb. 22-Mar. 12)
An Exhibition of Paintings by William Chadwick (Mar. 18-Apr. 2)
Work of Six American Artists (Apr. 7-21)
Work of School Children (May)
Fourteenth Annual Exhibition of the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts (Nov. 1-Dec. 17)
Water Color (Dec. 22, 1927-Jan. 11, 1928)
1928 Arts and Crafts Exhibit (Jan. 16-28)
Loan Exhibition of Portraits (Mar. 2-9, 1928)
Exhibition of Indian Photographs (Mar. 14-24)
Paintings (Mar. 28-Apr. 17)
Work of School Children (May)
Fifteenth Annual Delaware Show (Oct. 10-Nov. 10)
Exhibition by the Society of Mural Painters (Nov. 14-Dec. 1)
Painting and Sculpture by Contemporary Artists (Dec. 5-21)
1929 Exhibition of Interior Decoration (Jan. 14-Feb. 14)
Delaware School Children (Jun. 3-20)Paintings Shown in Harmonious Settings (Nov. 1-21)
Brainard Lemon Collection – Antique English Silver & Old Sheffield Plate (Nov. 9-15)
Hand Wrought Jewelry and Enamels (Nov. 9-15)
Sixteenth Annual Delaware Show (Dec. 9-31)
1930 Exhibition of Prints (Jan. 7-21)
A Six Room Apartment Furnished in Good Taste, at Low Cost / Collection of Sketches and Drawings By Delaware Artists / Group of Paintings by Students of the Wilmington Academy of Art (Feb. 5-19)
Exhibition of Paintings by N.C. Wyeth (Feb. 28-Mar. 14)
Spackman Collection (May 21-27)
School Show (Jun.)
Exhibition of Work by Violet Oakley, N.A., Including “The Holy Experiment”, “The Opening of the Book of the Law” & “The Geneva Drawings” (Oct. 13-28)
Pearson Lecture & Exhibition, “What is Modern Art?” (Oct. 15)
Modern Sculpture by Jose deCreeft (Oct. 18-28)
Seventeenth Annual Delaware Show (Nov. 3-25)
French Furniture, Collection of Baron de Vaux (Dec. 1-10)
Ceramics, Modern Glass, Textiles (Dec. 15, 1930-Jan. 5, 1931)
1931 Water Colors by Modern American Artists (Jan. 9-26)
An Exhibition of French Paintings (Feb. 2-16)
Masterpieces in Three Centuries: Sixteenth, Seventeenth, Eighteenth (Feb. 20-Mar. 3)
Exhibition of the Work of Frank E. Schoonover (Mar. 6-26)
Spackman Collection (Apr. 4-15)
Delaware School Children (May 14-Jun. 9)
Eighteenth Annual Delaware Show (Nov. 2-22)
Contemporary Schools of Art: Lyme, Mystic, New Hope, Eastport, Woodstock and Provincetown (Nov. 30-Dec. 23)
1932 Exhibition of Russian Painting and Sculpture: Realism to Surrealism (Jan. 11-31)
Work of the Society of Swedish Women Artists (Feb. 8-28)
Exhibition of Mexican Art (Mar. 14-Apr. 3)
Delaware School Children (May 14-Jun. 14)
Nineteenth Annual Delaware Show (Nov. 7-27)
Exhibition of Etchings (Dec. 5-22)
1933 Oriental Rugs (Jan. 9-28)
Antiques French Silver by Master Silversmiths of the XVIIth and XVIIIth Centuries, Collection of Baron de Vaux (Feb. 6-22)
Delaware School Children (May 23-Jun. 14)
20th Annual Delaware Show (Nov. 6-26)
Exhibition of Paintings by Contemporary Americans (Dec. 4-22)
1934 1st Wilmington Salon of Photography (Jan. 8-27)
Charles W. Hawthorne, 1872-1930, Memorial Exhibition (Feb. 5-24)
Furniture Arrangements in Good and Bad Taste / Early Flower Prints (Mar. 5-24)
Samuel Bancroft, Jr. Collection: English Pre-Raphaelite Paintings (Apr. 30-May 15)
8th Annual Exhibition of the Work of Delaware School Children (May 24-Jun. 15)
Gallery Closed (Jul.-Sept.)
Delaware Artists, P.W.A. (Oct. 15-27)
21st Annual Delaware Show (Nov. 5-25)
Exhibition of Paintings: Stanley M. Arthurs and Clifford W. Ashley (Dec. 4-22)
1935 Exhibition of Water Colors (Jan. 7-26)
2nd Wilmington Salon (1st International) of Photography (Jan. 8-27)
Exhibition of Prints by American Printmakers (Feb. 4-23)
Howard Pyle, 1853-1935 (Mar. 5-31)
A Collection of Old Masters (Apr. 8-30)
9th Annual Exhibition of the Work of Delaware School Children (May 22)
22nd Annual Delaware Show (Nov. 4-23)
Chinese and Japanese Art (Dec. 2-21)
1936 3rd Wilmington (2nd International) Salon of Photography (Jan. 6-25)
Fine Arts and Handcrafts, Junior League Region III (Mar. 2-7)
Contemporary Sculpture (May 4-17)
10th Annual Exhibition of the Work of Delaware School Children (May 26-Jun. 13)
Gallery Closed (Jul. 1-Sept. 1)
Polish Arts and Crafts (Oct.)
23rd Annual Delaware Show: Oils and Sculpture (Nov. 2-28)
Ecclesiastical Silver (Dec.)
1937 Audubon’s Birds of America (Jan.)
Rayon Show (Feb.)
23rd Annual Delaware Exhibition: Watercolors, Drawings & Prints (Mar. 15-Apr. 17)
Modern Glass in Architectural Setting (May 2-20)
11th Annual Exhibition of the Work of Delaware School Children (Jun. 2-19)
24th Annual Delaware Show: Oils and Sculpture (Nov. 1-27)
The Richard M. Hurd Collection of Italian Primitives (Dec. 6-27)
1938 Modern French Painters (Jan. 10-31)
5th (4th International) Wilmington Salon of Photography (Feb. 7-21)
Exhibition of Water Colors, 20 Birds of Mt. Desert Island by Carroll Tyson (Mar. 7-Apr. 9)
24th Annual Delaware Exhibition: Watercolors, Drawings & Prints (Apr. 18-May 6)
Watercolors by Olive Rush (Apr. 18-May 6)
Moved to Art Center (Jun. 5)
Royal Swedish Exhibition (Jun. 5-19)
Exhibition of Paintings by New England Artists (Jun. 26-Jul. 24)
Permanent Collections & Hungarian Graphics (Aug. 14-Sept. 18)
Architecture: Fourth Annual Exhibition of the Delaware Chapter American Institute of Architects (Sept. 26-Oct. 9)
Delaware Furnishings for the P.W.A.P. drawn for the “Index of American Design” (Sept. 28-Oct. 9)
12th Annual Exhibition of the Work of Delaware School Children (Oct. 16-30)
25th Annual Delaware Show:Oils and Sculpture (Nov. 7-27)
Drawings By Katharine Pyle (Nov. 7-27)
Exhibition of Paintings by Contemporary American Artists (Dec. 5-28)
1939 Exhibition of Antique Tapestry and Needlepoint (Jan. 9-29)
6th International Wilmington Salon of Photography (Feb. 6-26)
Portraits: Loan Exhibition of Portraits by Early American Painters (Mar. 6-26)
25th Annual Delaware Show: Watercolors, Drawings, Prints and Illustrations / Water Colors by Paul L. Gill (Apr. 3-30)
American Landscape Architecture (May 8-26)
Antique Cotton Prints (Jun. 4-25)
Permanent Collections (Jun. 29-Jul. 31)
Loan Exhibition of Water Colors (Aug. 6-Sept. 10)
Sporting Paintings and Prints, Trophies and Bronzes (Sept. 14-Oct. 8)
13th Annual Exhibition of the Work of Delaware School Children (Oct. 15-Nov. 5)
26th Annual Delaware Show: Oils and Sculpture (Nov. 13-Dec. 3)
Paintings and Watercolors Assembled by the Vose Galleries (Dec. 7-31)
1940 Sculptors’ Guild Traveling Exhibition (1940-1941)
Antique Glass and China (Jan. 10-28)
7th Wilmington International Salon of Photography (Feb. 5-27)
Eugene Vail, 1857-1934: Exhibition of Paintings (Mar. 4-25
26th Annual Delaware Show: Watercolors, Drawings and Prints (Apr. 2-28)
Work by Delaware Architects (May 5-25)
Modern Printed Textiles (Jun. 2-23)
Pinocchio Drawings by Disney (Jun. 3-23)
Pottery by Lea Halpern of Amsterdam (Jun. 3-23)
Permanent Collection (Jun. 30-Jul. 31)
Etchings from the Collection of Dr. Charles Lee Reese (Jun. 30-Jul. 31)
Contemporary American Ceramics Selected from the Eighth National Ceramic Exhibition (Aug. 5-25)
Murals, Paintings and Drawings: Delaware WPA Art Project (Sept. 1-15)
Arts and Crafts Exhibition (Sept. 20-Oct. 6)14th Annual Exhibition of the Work of Delaware School Children (Oct. 13-Nov. 3)
27th Annual Delaware Show: Oils and Sculpture (Nov. 11-Dec. 1)
Exhibition of Paintings: John Noble, 1874-1934 and Birger Sandzén, 1871 (Dec. 9-29)
1941 Antique Delaware Silver (Jan. 8-26)
8th Wilmington International Salon of Photography (Feb. 3-24)
Arms and Armor from the Metropolitan Museum Collection (Mar. 3-30)
27th Annual Delaware Show: Watercolors, Drawings and Prints (Apr. 7-27)
The Art of Java and Bali (May 4-26)
Sculpture Show from the New York Sculptors’ Guild (May 8-Jun. 22)
Color Prints from the American Color Print Society (Jun. 1-22)
Permanent Collection (Jun. 29-Aug. 3)
Audubon Birds of America (Aug. 10-Sept. 14)
Arts and Crafts by Delaware Craftsmen (Sept. 21-Oct. 12)
15th Annual Exhibition of the Work of Delaware School Children (Oct. 19-Nov. 16)
28th Annual Delaware Show: Oils and Sculpture (Nov. 24-Dec. 31)
1942 American Figure Painters of the Last Half Century Assembled by the Vose Galleries (Jan. 7-25)
9th Wilmington International Salon of Photography (Feb. 2-23)
John Wise Collection: Arts of the Pre Inca Period (Mar. 5-25)
Patriotic and Historic Delaware (Apr. 6-26)
28th Annual Delaware Show: Watercolors, Drawings and Prints (May 3-24)
Art of Australia (May 31-Jun. 28)
Permanent Collection (Jul.-Sept., 1940)
Jack Lewis (Aug. 1- 29)
Chinese Wall Paintings (Sept. 27-Oct. 20)
16th Annual Exhibition of the Work of Delaware School Children (Oct.)
29th Annual Delaware Show (Nov. 1-Dec. 5)
Flower Paintings by Marion Cruger Coffin (Dec. 11-Jan. 3)
Soviet War Posters (Dec. 11, 1942-Jan. 3, 1943)
1943 Crafts by Artist Craftsmen of National Reputation (Jan. 10-31)
Closed for Lack of Fuel: 10th Wilmington International Salon of Photography held at YMCA (1943)
European Rooms in Miniature by Mrs. James Ward Thorne (Apr. 4-May 31)
Dolls of the World: Collection of Miss Mary E. Rumer (Jun. 20-Aug. 1)
The Animal Kingdom in Modern Art (Jun. 20-Aug. 1)
30th Annual Delaware Show (Sept. 26-Oct. 26)
Americans in the War (Oct. 3)
Camouflage for Civilian Defense (Nov. 14-Dec. 5)
1944 Closed (Jan.)
11th Wilmington International Salon of Photography (Feb. 6-28)
A Showing of the Portrait of Major George S. Welch by Peter Hurd (Mar. 4-31)
Second Annual Art Exhibition by Merchant Seamen of the United Nations (Mar. 5-26)
Musical Instruments: Ancient and Primitive (Apr. 3-May 2)Theatre Arts (May 7-28)
Two Series of Water Colors by Thornton Oakley Painted for the National Geographic Magazine (Jun. 4-25)
Permanent Collection (Jul. 2-Aug. 31)
Delaware at War (Sept. 4-24)
A Loan Exhibition of the Works of Thomas Eakins, 1844-1944 Commemorating the Centennial of His Birth (Oct. 1-29)
31st Annual Delaware Show (Nov. 5-Dec. 3)
African Negro Sculpture (Dec. 4-20)
1945 Closed (Jan.)
12th Wilmington International Salon of Photography (Feb. 4-28)
Paintings from Latin America (Mar. 8-Apr. 1)
American Red Cross Arts and Skills: Work by Master Craftsmen and Examples of Work by Servicemen in Hospitals (Apr. 8-29)
Loan Exhibition of Water Colors (Apr. 8-29)
Delaware School Children’s Exhibition (May 6-Jun. 3)
The Abbott Collection: Paintings of Naval Aviation (Jun. 10-24)
Swedish Photographs, Crafts and Architecture (Jul. 1-31)
Permanent Collection (Aug. 5-31)
Look at Your Neighborhood (Sept. 1-30)
Our Own Circulating Prints (Oct. 7-26)
Francis Kane Watercolors (Oct. 7-26)
32nd Annual Delaware Show (Nov. 4-Dec. 2)
Paintings by Stanley Arthurs (Dec. 7-30)
Bookplates from the Collection of Mrs. William A. Brewer (Dec. 9-30)
1946 N.C. Wyeth, N.A. 1882-1945: Memorial Exhibition (Jan. 7-27)
13th Wilmington International Salon of Photography (Feb. 3-Mar. 3)
Chinese Ceramics (Mar. 10-Apr. 3)
The Victors and the Vanquished: An Exhibit of Original Time Covers (Mar. 10-Apr. 3)
Are Clothes Modern? (Apr. 13-May 12)
Early Automobiles (May 19-Jun. 12)
Artists and Walkowitz (Jun. 16-Jul. 7)
Drawings, Pasters and Watercolors by Diego Rivera (Jul. 12-Aug. 25)
Pioneers of Modern Art in America (Sept. 1-22)
The Upjohn Company Collection of Contemporary American Paintings (Oct. 6-27)
33rd Annual Delaware Show (Nov. 3-Dec. 1)
Early American Firearms (Dec. 8, 1946-Jan. 28, 1947)
1947 14th Wilmington International Salon of Photography (Feb. 2-Mar. 2)
Contemporary American Paintings (Mar. 9-Apr. 6)
Pastels of Flowers by Hobson Pittman (Mar. 9-Apr. 7)
Art Work by Children in Delaware Private Schools (Apr. 13-May 11)
Portraits of Delawareans Who Participated in World War II (May 18 – Jun. 15)
Twenty Paintings by Six American Artists with Fabrics Adapted from the Paintings Made by the Onondaga Silk Company (Jun. 22-Jul. 30)
Unusual Sea Shells (Jun. 22-Jul. 30)
Good Design is Your Business (Aug. 3-24)
Le Corbusier (Sept. 7-Oct. 5)
Permanent Collection (Oct. 14-26)
34th Annual Delaware Show (Nov. 3-Dec. 7)
Diego Rivera Drawings, Pastels & Watercolors (Dec. 12, 1947-Jan. 4, 1948)
1948 French Paintings, 1847-1947 (Jan. 12-Feb. 1)
15th Wilmington International Salon of Photography (Feb. 8-Mar. 1)
Audubon 1st Edition Birds (Mar. 7-Apr. 4)
Scalamandre’s Modern Weaves (Apr. 11-May 9)
Contemporary Sculpture from the Clay Club Sculpture Center, N.Y. (May 16-Jun. 13)
Permanent Collections (Aug. 6-23)
Marco Polo’s Travels (Aug. 29-Sept. 26)
Portraits from Portrait, Inc. (Oct. 1-31)
35th Annual Delaware Show: Oils and Sculpture (Nov. 7-Dec. 5)
Original Covers and Illustrations from the Saturday Evening Post (Dec. 10, 1948-Jan. 2, 1949)
1949 Contemporary Water Colors by Fifty-seven American Artists (Jan. 9-31)
16th Wilmington International Salon of Photography (Feb. 6-28)
Stained Glass (Mar. 7-Apr. 3)
Art Work by School Children – Wilmington Public & Private Schools (Apr. 10-May 1)
35th Annual Delaware Exhibition: Watercolors, Drawings and Prints (May 8-29)
Oskar Kokoschka (Jun. 5-Jul. 3)
Watercolors of American Toys (Jul. 8-Aug. 7)
3 Art Center Circulating Exhibits: Color Prints (Aug. 14-21)
Selections from Permanent Collection (Sept. 4-17)
Interim – Recovering Walls of Main Gallery (Sept. 17-Nov. 7)
36th Annual Delaware Show: Oils and Sculpture (Nov. 7-Dec. 7)
Selected Paintings Permanent Collection (Dec. 14 1949-Jan. 2, 1950)
1950 Work of Delaware Architects (Jan. 8-30)
17th Wilmington International Salon of Photography (Feb. 5-27)
Paintings by Villon & Feininger (Mar. 5-26)
Motifs Aquarelles by Baron Ernst von Maydell (Mar. 5-Apr. 1)
Delaware Furniture from Delaware Houses, Arranged as in Rooms of Earlier Years (Apr. 6-30)
36th Annual Delaware Exhibition: Watercolors, Drawings and Prints (May 10-Jun. 4)
Four Delaware Artists: Edward L. Grant, Ellen du P. Wheelwright, Robert Wheelwright, Henryette S. Whiteside (Jun. 12-Jul. 31)
Paintings from the Art Center Collection Bought Through Special Purchase Funds (Aug. 6-30)
Watercolors by Chen Chi (Sept. 3-Oct. 1)
Contemporary American Paintings Lent by a Wilmington Collector (Oct. 10-Nov. 5)
37th Annual Delaware Show: Oils and Sculpture (Nov. 14-Dec. 31)
1951 Paintings by Members of the Wyeth Family (Jan. 8-29)
18th Wilmington International Salon of Photography (Feb. 4-29)
New Irish Painters (Mar. 5-Apr. 1)
Work by Students in OUr Adult Art Classes (Mar. 6-31)
Art Work by Pupils in City and State, Public and Private Schools (Apr. 8-29)
Paintings by Dutch Masters of the Seventeenth Century (May 6-Jun. 17)
37th Annual Delaware Exhibition: Watercolors, Drawings and Prints (Jun. 24-Jul. 31)
John James Audubon, 1785-1851: “Birds of America” (Aug. 12-Sept. 6)
Wedgwood, A Living Tradition (Sept. 29-Oct. 14)
Twelve Watercolors by Julia Woods Andrews (Sept. 29-Oct. 14)
Exhibition of Watercolors: Francis B. Crowninshield, 1869-1950 (Oct. 22-Nov. 11)
38th Annual Delaware Show: Oils and Sculpture(Nov. 19-Dec. 30)
1952 Paintings from the Permanent Collection (Jan. 6-28)
19th Wilmington International Salon of Photography (Feb. 3-25)
The American Tradition, 1800-1900 (Mar. 3-30)
Work by Pupils in Adult Art Center Classes (Mar. 3-31)
Good and Bad Framing Exhibit (Apr. 6-27)
Paintings and Watercolors by Ethel Pennewill Brown Leach (Apr. 6-27)
38th Annual Delaware Exhibition: Watercolors, Drawings and Prints (May 7-Jun. 8)
American Primitive Painting of the Nineteenth Century from the Chicago Historical Society (Jun. 15-Jul. 27)
Watercolor Portraits of Tropical Fruits by Lee Adams (Aug. 3-24)
Paintings by Grandma Moses (Sept. 7-28)
Wallpaper Exhibit from San Joaquin Museum and Haggin Art Galleries (Oct. 5-Nov. 2)
The Artist and the Decorative Arts (Oct. 5-Nov. 2)
Silver, Ceramics and Weaving Art Center Craft Class Instructors (Oct. 5-Nov. 2)
39th Annual Delaware Show: Oils and Sculpture (Nov. 12-Dec. 28)
1953 Watercolors and Drawings from the Whitney Museum of Art 1952 Exhibit (Jan. 4-25)
“Then and Now”, Work by Several Former Pupils in Art Center Scholarship Classes (Jan. 4-25)
Meeuws Pewter Collection (Jan. 4-25)
20th Wilmington International Exhibit of Photography (Feb. 1-23)
Howard Pyle Anniversary Exhibition (Mar. 1-8)
Joseph Clemente Orozco, 1883-1949 (Mar. 16-Apr. 5)
Art Work by School Children – Wilmington Public & Private Schools (Apr. 19-May 10)
39th Annual Delaware Exhibition: Watercolors, Drawings & Prints (May 18-Jun. 7)
Paintings by Milton Avery (Jun. 14-Jul. 5)
Color Prints by Contemporary Artists – American Colorprint Society (Jul. 5-Aug. 15)
A Group of 18th Century Furniture on Loan from the Corbit Family (Aug. 9-31)
Water Color Drawings of Furniture, Costumes and Textiles from the American Index of Design, Smithsonian Institution (Aug. 9-31)
Paintings from the Permanent Collection Not Usually on Exhibit (Sept. 13-Oct. 15)
Abstractions in Needlework by Mariska Karasz (Oct. 4-23)
DE Pharmaceutical Society Exhibit (Oct. 4-27)
Working Models of Leonardo da Vinci (Oct. 23-Nov. 25)
Paintings by Mario Sironi with Sculpture by Marino Marini (Oct. 29-Nov. 25)
Selected Paintings from Permanent Collection (Nov. 10-25)
40th Annual Delaware Show: Oils and Sculpture (Dec. 4-31)
1954 A Business Man Paints: Thirty Oils by Orville Bulman (Jan. 10-31)
Prints by Contemporary Swedish and Danish Artists, Lent by the Print Club, Philadelphia (Jan. 10-31)
21st Wilmington International Exhibit of Photography (Feb. 7-28)
Forty Drawings by Winslow Homer / Drawings by Sixty-five Well-known Contemporary American Artists (Mar. 5-28)
The Photographer Portrays the Industrial Worker at Mid-Century (Apr. 6-11)
40th Annual Delaware Exhibition: Watercolors, Drawings and Prints (Apr. 19-May 16)
A Flier’s World: Watercolors by Harold H. Sims, Lieutenant Colonel U.S. Air Force (May 23-Jul. 5)
Birds of America by John James Audubon & First Edition Elephant Folio, printed by R. Havell, England, 1827-1838 (Jul. 11-Sept. 19)
Contemporary Dutch Crafts (Oct. 3-24)
41st Annual Delaware Show: Oils and Sculpture (Nov. 5-Dec. 12)
1955 A Maritime Exhibition Featuring 19th Century Ships, Sail and Steam (Jan. 8-Feb. 6)
22nd Wilmington International Exhibit of Photography (Feb. 13-Mar. 6)
Architecture by Members of the Delaware Chapter, American Institute of Architects: Drawings, Models and Photographs (Mar. 16-Apr. 3)
21st Exhibition of Art Work by Pupils of Wilmington Public and Private Schools (Apr. 10-May 1)
41st Annual Delaware Exhibition: Watercolors, Drawings and Prints (May 11-31)
The Studio Group Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition (Jun. 8-30)
Permanent Collection, Paintings & Sculpture by Delaware Artists or Artists Closely Connected with Delaware (Jul. 10-Aug. 28)
The John L. Sexton Bequest of Twenty Contemporary American Paintings and Others Acquired Through Special Purchase Funds (Sept. 4-25)
Nineteenth Century American Paintings, 1815-1865 from the Private Collection of Maxim Karolik (Oct. 2-30)
42nd Annual Delaware Show: Oils and Sculpture (Nov. 11-Dec. 22)
1956 Scalamandré Textiles Reproduced for Historic House Restorations (Jan. 8-30)
23rd Wilmington International Exhibit of Photography (Feb. 5-27)
Two Thousand Years of Chinese Painting (Mar. 4-25)
Chinese Objects from Art Center Collections (Mar. 4-25)
42nd Annual Delaware Exhibition: Watercolors, Drawings and Prints (Apr. 4-25)
Color Prints of Delaware Wildflowers (May 2-22)
Early American Crafts (May 2-22)
American Craftsmen (May 2-22)
Norwegian Objects from the Spackman Collection (Jun.-Sept.)
23 American Painters: Their Portraits and Their Work, 1815-1945 (Oct. 7-Nov. 4)
43rd Annual Delaware Show: Oils and Sculpture (Nov. 16-Dec. 20)
1957 Andrew Wyeth: Temperas Watercolors, Dry-Brush Watercolors and a Group of Drawings (Jan. 7-Feb. 3)
24th Wilmington International Exhibit of Photography (Feb. 10-Mar. 3)
Five Artists: Jack Lewis, Orville H. Peets, Howard S. Schroeder, Anne Warner West, Charles M. West, Jr. (Mar. 8-31)
Art in Science: An Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings and Prints from the Pages of Scientific American (Mar. 13-31)
43rd Annual Delaware Exhibition: Watercolors, Drawings and Prints (Apr. 12-May 5)
22nd Exhibition of Work by Pupils of Wilmington Public and Private Schools (May 12-Jun. 2)
Watercolors by John Singer Sargent (Jun.)
Paintings from the John L. Sexton Collection and the Special Purchase Fund Collection (Jun. 9-Aug. 3)
Paintings from the Permanent Collection Purchased between 1920 and 1945 (Jul. 7-Sept. 10)
Selected Prints from the Dr. Charles L. Reese Collection (Jul. 7-Sept. 10)
Audubon Birds of America: First Edition Elephant Folio (Aug. 4-Sept. 10)
Chinese Export Porcelain and Enamels (Sept. 25-Oct. 27)44th Annual Delaware Show: Oils and Sculpture (Nov. 9-Dec. 22)
Small Christmas Display: Children’s Holiday Art Work from Art Center Classes (1st Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition) (Dec.) [HFB]
1958 Pre-Columbian Man and Animals (Jan. 9-Feb. 2)
The Development of a Painting (Feb. 9-Mar. 2)
25th Wilmington International Exhibit of Photography (Feb. 9-Mar. 2)
Group Exhibition of Prints & Sculpture (Mar. 9-30)
Portraits in Delaware, 1700-1850 (Mar. 21-Apr. 20)
2nd Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition: Contemporary Crafts for Christmas Giving (Apr. 7-27) [HFB]
44th Annual Delaware Exhibition: Watercolors, Drawings and Prints (May 2-Jun. 1)
Children’s Annual Exhibition of Work from Art Center Classes (May 18-Jun. 1) [HFB]
News Pictures of the Year (Jun. 5-25)
New Talent in the USA (Jun. 5-Aug. 17)
Howard Pyle and His Pupils (Aug. 21-Sept. 21)
Contemporary American Painting & Sculpture from the Permanent Collection (Aug. 21-Sept. 21)
Work by the Instructors of Adult & Children’s Classes (Sept. 26-Oct. 29) [HFB]
Art in Nature (Oct. 7-Nov. 4) [HFB]
45th Annual Delaware Show: Oils and Sculpture (Oct. 9-Nov. 9)
Images, Signs and Symbols (Nov. 3-26) [HFB]
Arts of Pakistan (Nov. 20-26)
Fulbright Painters (Nov. 21-Dec. 28)
3rd Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition: Contemporary Crafts for Christmas Giving (Dec. 1-24) [HFB]
1959 American Paintings (Jan. 9-25)
Jefferson D. Chalfant, 1856-1931 (Jan. 9-Feb. 1)
26th Wilmington International Exhibition of Photography (Feb. 5-Mar. 1)
Paintings by Thomas Bostelle, Charles Vinson, William Lee Freeland (Feb. 6-Mar. 1)
Thai Painting and Burmese Embroideries (Mar. 12-Apr. 19)
45th Annual Delaware Exhibition: Watercolors, Drawings and Prints (May 1-31)
Children’s Annual Exhibition of Work from Art Center Classes (May 24-Jun. 19) [HFB]
Reproductions from our Circulating Exhibits (Jun. 6-Jul. 31) [HFB]
Exhibition of Work from the Summer Classes (Aug. 1-Sept. 1) [HFB]
Loans from Local Collectors (Aug. 1-Sept. 6)
Purpose of Architecture (Sept. 26-Nov. 1)
Jackson Pollock (Sept. 26-Nov. 1)
Original Illustration from Children’s Books (Nov. 2-20) [HFB]
Cross Section of Student Work from Pratt Institute (Nov. 13-Dec. 2) [HFB]
46th Annual Delaware Show: Oils and Sculpture (Nov. 13-Dec. 28)
The Work of Edward Hopper (Nov. 17-Dec. 8)
4th Annual Contemporary Exhibition: Contemporary Crafts for Christmas Giving (Nov. 27-Dec. 23) [HFB]
1960 The 50th Anniversary of the Exhibition of Independent Artists in 1910 (Jan. 9-Feb. 21)
27th Wilmington International Exhibition of Photography (Mar. 2-27)
Paintings and Sculpture by Frank Delle Donne, Edward Loper and Charles Parks (Mar. 3-27)
Children’s Art Work from Public Schools in Delaware (Apr. 3-24)
46th Annual Delaware Show: Watercolors, Drawings and Prints (May 5-Jun. 5)
Children’s Annual Exhibition of Work from Art Center Classes (May 22-Jun. 5) [HFB]
Five Centuries of Drawing (Jun. 15-Jul. 6)
The Wheelwright Collection (Jul. 9-Aug. 7)
20th Traveling Exhibition of the American Color Print Society (Jul. 9-Sept. 11)
Permanent Collection (Aug. 11-Sept. 11)
Paintings by Tua Hayes, Irene K. Lenher, Bayard T. Berndt and Edward Grant (Sept. 16-Oct. 2)
Modern French Color Lithographs (Oct. 6-27)
Contemporary American Glass and Textiles (Oct. 6-27)
5th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition: Contemporary Crafts for Christmas Giving (Nov. 1-22) [HFB]
47th Annual Delaware Show: Oils and Sculpture (Nov. 11-Dec. 23)
1961 Currier and Ives Prints of the Civil War (Jan. 7-Feb. 19)
The Calder Family: Alexander Calder, Alexander Stirling Calder, and Alexander Milne Calder (Jan. 7-Feb. 19)
28th Wilmington International Exhibition of Photography (Feb. 28-Mar. 26)
25 Years of Alfred H. Maurer (Feb. 28-Mar. 26)
Religious Subjects in Modern Graphic Arts (Mar. 30-Apr. 23)
A Stieglitz Group (Mar. 30-Apr. 23)
Arshile Gorky (Apr. 3-23)
47th Annual Delaware Exhibition: Watercolors, Drawings and Prints (May 5-Jun. 4)
Children’s Annual Exhibition of Work from Art Center Classes (May 20-Jun. 12)
94th Rotary Exhibition of the American Watercolor Society (Jun. 8-18)
Abstract Expressionists Drawings (Jun. 8-30)Titus C. Geesey Collection of American Paintings (Jun. 22-Jul. 30)
Audubon Prints (Jul. 2-Sept. 27)
Permanent Collection (Aug. 3-Sept. 17)
The Life and Times of John Sloan (Sept. 22-Oct. 29)
New Acquisitions (Nov. 10-Dec. 31)
48th Annual Delaware Show: Oils and Sculpture (Nov. 10-Dec. 31)
6th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition: Contemporary Crafts for Christmas Giving (Nov. 28-Dec. 12) [HFB]
1962 American Painting: 1857-1869 (Jan. 12-Feb. 19)
Antique Jewelry (Feb. 14-23)
Paintings by Richard Layton, Reynolds Thomas and George A. Weymouth (Feb. 23-Mar. 18)
29th Wilmington International Exhibition of Photography (Feb. 23-Mar. 18)
Copeland Memorial Fund Collection (Mar. 23-May 6)
48th Annual Delaware Exhibition: Watercolors, Drawings & Prints (May 18-Jun. 17)
Children’s Annual Exhibition of Work from Art Center Classes (May 20-Jun. 11) [HFB]
Stone Rubbings from Angkor Wat (Jun. 23-15)
Painting, Sculpture, Drawings & Prints Owned by Mrs. Josiah Marvel (Jun. 23-Aug. 12)
A University Collects: Cornell (Jul. 20-Aug. 6)
Prints from the Dr. Charles Lee Reese Collection (Aug. 10-Sept. 30)
Selected work from the Permanent Collection (Aug. 18-Sept. 30)
The Manufacture of Stained Glass (Oct. 5-28)
Contemporary Japanese Prints (Oct. 5-28)
Retrospective Exhibition of the Work of Frank E. Schoonover (Oct. 5-28)
49th Annual Exhibition of Oils and Sculpture (Nov. 9-Jan. 6)50th Anniversary of the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts (Nov. 13-Jan. 6)
7th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition: Contemporary Crafts for Christmas Giving (Nov. 26-Dec. 21) [HFB]
1963 Lyricism in Abstract Art (Jan. 13-Feb. 4)
Provincetown: A Painter’s Place (Jan. 13-Feb. 4)
The Three Moods (Jan. 13-Mar. 17)
30th Wilmington International Salon of Photography (Feb. 15-Mar. 14)
Paintings by Edwin Dickinson (Feb. 15-Mar. 17)
Paintings by John W. McCoy (Mar. 22-Apr. 21)
Swedish Glass (Mar. 28)
49th Annual Delaware Exhibition: Watercolors, Drawings and Prints (May 3-Jun. 9)
Children’s Annual Exhibition of Work from Art Center Classes (May 19-Jun. 17) [HFB]
Paintings, Drawings and Prints Owned by Local Collectors (Jun. 14-Jul. 28)
Oils from the Permanent Collection (Jun. 14-Nov. 3)
Photographs from the Collection of the Delaware Camera Club (Jul. 1-Oct. 6)
Watercolors from the Permanent Collection (Aug. 5-Sept. 2)
The Bold Tradition (Sept. 9-30)
The American Scene Between the Wars: 1920-1940 (Oct. 9-Nov. 3)
The Five Cultural Groups of the American Indian (Oct. 13-Jan. 12)
50th Annual Delaware Exhibition: Watercolors, Drawings and Prints (Nov. 20-Jan. 12)
8th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition: Contemporary Crafts for Christmas Giving (Nov. 25-Dec. 20) [HFB]
1964 American Impressionists: Two Generations (Jan. 15-Feb. 2)
Paintings and Sculpture by Ruth Egri Holden, Douglas Lockwood and Paul Wescott: Sculpture by Tom Ross (Feb. 7-Mar. 8)
31st Wilmington International Salon of Photography (Feb. 14-Mar. 8)
Our European Cultural Heritage (Mar. 15-May 17)
50th Annual Delaware Show: Oils and Sculpture (Mar. 20-Apr. 19)
English Watercolors and Drawings of the 18th and 19th Centuries (Apr. 24-May 17)
Oils and Watercolors from the Permanent Collection (Apr. 25-Nov. 8)
A Selection of Chinese Paintings, Sculpture, Ceramics and Textiles from the Permanent Collection (May 22-Jun. 21)
Selected Oils, Watercolors, Drawings & Prints – the Permanent Collection (May 22-Nov. 8)
D-Day Plus 2 Decades: Exhibition of War Photos by A. Cypen Lubitsh (May 29-Jul. 5)
Pupils of Howard Pyle (Jun. 26-Jul. 26)
Prints from Local Collectors (Jul. 30-Sept. 6)
Crosscurrents: 25 Americans (Sept. 10-Oct. 4)
The William and Mary Phelps Collection of Paintings and Drawings By Andrew Wyeth (Oct. 14-Nov. 8)
Carol Chandler, Julio Acuna, Warren Rohrer and Ben Solowey (Oct. 14-Nov. 8)
The Birth Of Painting (Nov. 10-Mar. 28)
5lst Annual Delaware Show: Watercolors, Drawings and Prints (Nov. 20-Jan. 10)
9th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition: Contemporary Crafts for Christmas Giving (Nov. 25-Dec. 12) [HFB]
1965 A Decade of New Talent (Jan. 15-Feb. 7)
Contemporary American Craftsmen (Feb. 13-Mar. 7)
51st Annual Delaware Exhibition: Oils and Sculpture (Mar. 19-Apr. 18)
Contemporary French Paintings (Apr. 23-May 16)
Selected Etchings and Fore Edge Paintings (Apr. 24-May 16)
32nd Annual Wilmington International Salon of Photography (May 22-Jun. 20)
The Wilmington Trust Company Collection (Jun. 25-Jul. 25)
Contemporary Japanese Painting and Sculpture (Jul. 30-Sept. 5)
Prints By Honoré Daumier (Sept. 10-Oct. 3)
Trends In Contemporary American Painting (Oct. 13-Nov. 7)
The Ancient World: Egypt, Greece And Rome (Oct. 31-Mar. 27)
52nd Annual Delaware Show: All Media (Nov. l9-Jan. 2)
10th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition: Contemporary Crafts for Christmas Giving (Nov. 28-Dec. 17) [HFB]
1966 Our Local Heritage In Painting (Jan. 7-Feb. 6)
Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture by Ruby Fischer, Eugenia Eckford Rhoads, Saul Hanig, and Samuel Homsey (Feb. 11-Mar. 6)
American Collages (Feb. 15-Apr. 10)
Craftsmen USA, ’66, Northeastern Regional Exhibition (Mar. 11-Apr. 10)
33rd Annual Wilmington International Salon of Photography (Apr. 16-May 8)
The William E. and Mary Phelps Collection (Apr. 16-Sept. 11)
Selected Oils from the Permanent Collection (Apr. 16-Nov. 6)
Invited Regional Exhibition (May 13-Jun. 12)
Polish Graphic Art (Jul. 16-Aug. 14)
The World of William Hogarth (Aug. 20-Sept. 11)
Container Corporation of America Collection (Sept. 15-Oct. 9)
Paintings from the Collection of American Paintings at Randolph-Macon Woman’s College (Oct. 12-Nov. 6)
The Spirit of Africa (Oct. 16-Apr. 2)
53rd Annual Delaware Show: All Media (Nov. 18-Jan. 8)
11th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition: Contemporary Crafts for Christmas Giving (Nov. 20-Dec. 18) [HFB]
1967 Jerome Myers: An Artist In Manhattan, 1867-1967 (Jan. 13-Feb. 19)
Selected Oils from the Permanent Collection (Feb. 9-Nov. 26)
Contemporary American Painting & Sculpture – New York Galleries (Feb. 24-Mar. 19)
Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Needlework (Feb. 24-Mar. 19)
34th International Exhibition of Photography (Mar. 24-Apr. 16)
American Paintings from the Permanent Collection (Mar. 24-Nov. 26)
Paintings and Sculpture by Margo Allman, Ruth Elzea, Bernard Felch and Leroy Smith (Apr. 21-May 28)
Children’s Annual Exhibition of Work from Art Center Classes (May 21-Jun. 23) [HFB]
Audubon Prints from The Elephant Folio (Jun. 3-25)
French Modern Paintings from the Art Center Circulating Exhibits (Jun. 27-Jul. 4)
Children’s Work from Summer Classes (Jul. 24-Aug. 31) [HFB]
Painters and Poets (Sept. 8-Oct. 1)
Local Collectors (Oct. 6-29)
The Mystery of the Maya (Oct. 22-Mar. 31)
1967 Invited Regional Exhibition of Sculpture (Nov. 2-Nov. 26)
12th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition: Contemporary Crafts for Christmas Giving (Nov. 19-Dec. 17) [HFB]
The Delaware Art Museum Presents Leroy Smith: Sculpture (Dec. 8-Jan. 5)
54th Annual Delaware Show: All Media (Dec. 8-Jan. 7)
1968 Good Design In Toys (Jan. 12-Feb. 4)
35th Wilmington International Exhibition of Photography (Jan. 19-Feb. 4)
Contemporary American Painting from New York Galleries (Feb. 9-Mar. 3)
Contemporary Latin American Artists (Mar. 9-Apr. 7)
Oriental Carpets of the Middle And Near East (Apr. 12-May 5)
Reuben Nakian: Small Bronzes, Terra-Cottas and Drawings (Apr. 12-May 5)
The Phelps Collection (Apr. 19-Sept. 29)
Prints for Young Collectors (May 10-Jun. 9)
The William and Mary Phelps Collection (May 10-Oct. 20)
Children’s Annual Exhibition of Work from Art Center Classes Entitled “What Art Means to Me” (May 19-Jun. 23) [HFB]
Selected Paintings and Sculpture from the Copeland Collection (Jun. 14-Jul. 14)
Photography in Fine Arts: 1965 World’s Fair Exhibition (Aug. 30-Sept. 29)
Museum Director’s Selections (Aug. 30-Sept. 29)
Invited Adult Student Exhibit (Sept. 22-Oct. 18) [HFB]
Paintings and Sculpture by Leo Laskaris, Antonio Martino, Dan Miller and Henry Peacock (Oct. 4-27)
African Art And Artifacts (Oct. 23-Nov. 11) [HFB]
The World Of The Eskimo (Oct. 27-Mar. 31, l969)
San Francisco Art Institute Drawing Invitational (Nov. 5-Nov. 11)Permanent Collection Selections (Nov. 12-Nov. 24)
12th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition: Contemporary Crafts for Christmas Giving (Nov. 17-Dec. 19)
55th Annual Delaware Show: All Media (Dec. 6-Jan. 5)
Howard Pyle And American History (Dec. 6-May 1)
1969 Contemporary British Painting (Jan. 10-Feb. 2)
Eskimo Graphic Art (Jan. 10-Feb. 2)
36th Wilmington International Exhibition of Photography (Feb. 7-23)
The Brandywine Tradition (Feb. 28-Mar. 23)
Contemporary American Painting & Sculpture – New York Galleries (Mar. 28-Apr. 27)
The Whispering Shore (Apr. 11-May 10 [HFB]
Prints For Collectors (May 1-Jun. 1)
Selected Oils from the Permanent Collection (May 1-Nov. 24)
Children’s Annual Exhibition (May 18-Jun. 22) [HFB]
Work by Andrew Wyeth (Jun. 6-Jul. 13)
18th Century Paintings and Drawings from the Permanent Collection (Jun. 6-Jul. 13)
Illustrations for Pirate Stories by Howard Pyle (Jul. 18-Aug. 31)
Selected Watercolors from the Permanent Collection (Jul. 18-Aug. 31)
Prints from the Permanent Collection (Jul. 18-Oct. 14)
The Medieval World of Howard Pyle (Sept. 4-Mar. 6, 1970)
The Art of John Held, Jr.: “The Roaring Twenties” (Sept. 5-28)
American Paintings from Newport Collections (Oct. 3-Nov. 2)
The World of Impressionism (Oct. 26-Mar. 29, 1970)
Paintings by Jack Lewis, Douglas Lockwood, Howard Schroeder, Anne Warner West and Charles M. West, Jr. (Nov. 6-23)
Abingdon Square Painters (Nov. 9-23)
14th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition: Contemporary Crafts for Christmas Giving (Nov. 16-Dec. 12) [HFB]
56th Annual Delaware Show: All Media (Dec. 5-Jan. 4, 1970)
1970 Children’s Work from Private Art Museum Classes (Jan. 9-30) [HFB]
25th Ceramic National (Jan. 9-Feb. 8)
John Sloan’s Prints (Jan. 9-Feb. 8)
Chromographs from the Whitney Museum Collection (Jan. 23-Feb. 22)
37th Wilmington International Exhibition of Photography (Feb. 13-Mar. 1)
The Works of William Hamilton Gibson (Feb. 13-Mar. 29)
The World of Impressionism (through Mar. 29)
Time Cover Portraits (Mar. 6-29)
Ink Drawings by Howard Pyle (Mar. 13-June 28)
Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture from New York Galleries (Apr. 2-26)
The Works of Albert Mumford Lindsay (Apr. 10-May 3)
Works by Robert Shaw from the Permanent Collection (Apr. 10-May 31)
Artists from Pennsylvania in the Copeland Collection (Apr. 26-May 14) [BPG]
MUSEUM CLOSED FOR RENOVATION (June-May)
Prints for Collectors (May 1-31)
Benjamin D. Bernstein Collection (May 17-June 14) [BPG]
Children’s Annual Exhibition (May 17-June 21) [HFB]
Contemporary Photographers (Sept. 18-Oct. 18, l970) [GC]
Selections from the Permanent Collection (Oct. 1-16) [DTG]
Selections from the Copeland Collection (Oct. 18-Jan. 7) [GC]
The Christina Community Center Collection (Oct. 19-Nov. 5) [DTG]
The John L. Sexton Collection (Nov. 9-23) [DTG]
Selected Crafts from the Museum’s Collection (Nov. 27-Dec. 15) [DTG]
Howard Pyle, The Storyteller (Dec. 17-Jan. 5) [DTG]
1971 Contemporary Graphics from the Martha Jackson Gallery (Jan. 7-26) [DTG]
Prints from the Permanent Collection (Jan. 7-Apr. 7) [GC]
News Journal Photographers (Jan. 28-Feb. 23) [DTG]
Adult Students Exhibition (Feb. 6-29) [BPG]
Selections from the University of Delaware Regional Exhibition (Feb. 25-Mar. 23) [DTG]
University of Delaware Student Exhibition (Mar. 10-30) [BPG]
4 Philadelphia Painters (Mar. 25-Apr. 20) [DTG]
Selections from the Copeland Collection (Apr. 7-May 31) [GC]
Byron Shurtleff and Students: Photographs (Apr. 17-May 5) [BPG]
Ruby Fischer Memorial Exhibition (Apr. 22-May 18) [DTG]
Children’s Annual Exhibition (May 14-June 18) [BPG]
Paintings by Charles Colombo (May 20-June 22) [DTG]
American Painting Since World War II (June 8-Jul. 11)
Selections Of Delaware Artists in the Copeland Collection (June 14-Jul. 6) [BPG]
Dr. Charles Lee Reese Print Collection (June 24-Jul. 20) [DTG]Pyle Pupils (Jul. 6-Aug. 6) [BPG]
Multiples (Jul. 22-Aug. 17) [DTG]
57th Annual Delaware Show: All Media (Jul. 23-Aug. 29)
John Sloan Print Exhibition / John Sloan Graphics (Aug. 2-Oct. 3)
Charles Vinson (Aug. 9-Sept. 2) [BPG]
Lincoln University African Art Collection (Aug. 19-Sept. 14) [DTG]
Dr. Charles Lee Reese Print Collection (Sept. 3-Oct. 1) [BPG]
Sculpture by Charles Parks (Sept. 9-Oct. 3)
Delaware Art Museum Instructors (Sept. 16-Oct. 12) [DTG]
Susanne Thompson Collection (Oct. 4-29) [BPG]
Contemporary Embroidery (Oct. 8-Nov. 14)
Prints for Collectors: from the Ferdinand Roten Gallery (Oct. 14-Nov. 9) [DTG]
La Belle Époque: Belgian Art Nouveau Posters from the Collection of M. and Mme. L. Wittamer-de Camps, Brussels (Oct. 14-Nov. 14)
Howard Pyle (Nov. 1-26) [BPG]
Selections for The Friends Of Art (Nov. 5-28)
Contemporary Crafts (Nov. 11-Dec. 7) [DTG]
The Norway Series: Drawings by Thomas George (Nov. 17-Dec. 12)
7 Young Artists Invitational Exhibition (Nov. 19-Jan. 2)
15th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition (Nov. 21-Dec. 17) [HFB]
Posters by Edward Penfield (Nov. 21-Jan. 2)
Carnival of Color (Nov. 21-Apr. 2)
Howard Pyle’s Women Students (Dec. 6-Jan. 7) [BPG]
Pietro Consagra Sculptures (Dec. 9-Jan. 4) [DTG]
1972 Local Artists’ Work from the Museum’s Collection (Jan. 6-Feb. 1) [DTG]
American Painting: 1840-1940 (Jan. 7-Feb. 6)
American Prints and Drawings: 1840-1940 (Jan. 13-Feb. 13)
Wilmington: 1972-1990 (Feb. 3-29) [DTG]
39th Wilmington International Photography Exhibition (Feb. 11-27)
The “Eight” (Feb. 11-27)
Illustrations and Paintings by Arthur E. Becher (Feb. 17-Mar. 12)
Religious Art (Mar. 2-28) [DTG]
Archipenko: The American Years (1923-1963) (Mar. 3-Apr. 2)
Prints and Watercolors by Robert Shaw (Mar. 3-May 14)
The American West of Remington and Russell (Mar. 30-Apr. 25) [DTG]
The Spirit of the Cornell Plantations (Apr. 6-23)
University of Delaware Art Department Faculty Exhibition (Apr. 7-May 14)
Tiffany Glass and Bronzes (Apr. 7-May 31)
American Drawings and Watercolors (Apr. 28-May 23) [DTG]
500 Years of Art in Books (May 19-June 11)
Cartoon and Comic Strip Art (May 19-June 11)
Paintings by Edward Grant (May 25-June 20) [DTG]Works by John Sloan (June 2-Sept. 3)
Illustrations by Gayle Hoskins: 1909-1926 (June 22-Jul. 30)
Illustrations by Gayle Hoskins: Pulp Paintings: 1928-1938 (June 22-Jul. 30) [DTG]
58th Annual Delaware Show: All Media (June 23-Jul. 30)
Selections from the Delaware Art Museum’s Permanent Collection (Aug. 1-Sept. 12) [DTG]
Paintings by Frank Schoonover (Aug. 3-Sept. 5)
5 Phases (Aug. 4-Sept. 10)
Contemporary Congolese Art (Sept. 14-Oct. 10) [DTG]
Printing Processes Used During the Golden Age of American Illustration (Sept. 14-Oct. 15)
The Golden Age of American Illustration, 1880-1914 (Sept. 14-Oct. 15)
Adult Student Work from Summer Classes (Sept. 17-Oct. 13) [HFB]
19th Century British Watercolors (Oct. 12-Nov. 7) [DTG]
Metropolitan Museum of Art School Exhibition #1 (Oct. 20-Nov. 10) [HFB]
Photography in the Twentieth Century (Oct. 20-Nov. 12)
Howard Pyle: Wilmington Illustrator (Oct. 29-Apr. 15)
Works by Local Artists (Nov. 9-Dec. 4) [DTG]
Max Weber: The Years 1906-1916 (Nov. 17-Dec. 24)
The Robert Laurent Memorial Exhibition (Nov. 17-Dec. 24)
Musical Instruments of the 18th Century (Dec. 6-Mar. 5)
Crafts from the Permanent Collection (Dec. 6-Mar. 5)
Childhood at Christmas (Dec. 7-Jan. 2) [DTG]
1973 Audubon’s “Birds Of America” (Jan. 4-30) [DTG]
Selected Works by Local Artists from the Permanent Collection (Jan. 5-Feb. 4)
Four Photographers: Tony Calabro, Norma Diskau, David McClintock and Tom Stiltz (Feb. 1-26) [DTG]
40th Wilmington International Exhibition of Photography (Feb. 9-25)
Four Painters: Lucius Crowell, Jane Eisenstat, Homer W. Johnson and Nancy Drinkwater O’Brien (Mar. 1-26) [DTG]
Howard Pyle: Diversity in Depth (Mar. 5-Apr. 15)
Howard Pyle: Wilmington Illustrator (Mar. 5-Apr. 15)
Council of Delaware Craftsmen (Mar. 29-Apr. 23) [DTG]
The Delaware Art Museum Presents: Tom Bostelle (Apr. 20-May 13)
Contemporary American Paintings & Graphics – New York Galleries (Apr. 20-May 27)
Arts of the Orient (Apr. 26-May 21) [DTG]
Recent Acquisitions (May-June)
The Delaware Art Museum Presents: William Freeland (May 18-June 10)
Original Graphic Art from the Roten Galleries (May 24-June 18) [DTG]
59th Annual Delaware Show: All Media (June 8-Jul. 29)
Famous Presses and Fine Editions (June 21-Jul. 16) [DTG]
Bruce St. John’s Selections: The Permanent Collection, 1956-1973 (Jul. 1-29)
Emlen McConnell (Jul. 6-29)
Contemporary Paintings – Museum’s Permanent Collection (Jul. 19-Aug. 13) [DTG]
Great Ideas of Western Man (Aug. 3-26)
Photographs by Frank E. Schoonover (Aug. 16-Sept. 10) [DTG]
Le Corbusier at Pessac (Aug. 31-Sept. 30)
The Delaware Art Museum Presents: Philip Jamison (Aug. 31-Sept. 30)
Turn of the Century Posters (Sept.)
Sept. Show (Sept. 13-Oct. 8) [DTG]
Acquisitions 1972-3 (Oct. 5-21)
8 Delaware Collectors (Oct. 5-Nov. 4)
Etchings by John Sloan (Oct. 5-Dec. 9)
Local Collectors (Oct. 11-Nov. 5) [DTG]
Graphics by John Sloan (Nov.-Dec. 9)
The American Cowboy (Nov. 4-Mar. 3l)
Graphics from The Ferdinand Roten Galleries (Nov. 8-Dec. 3) [DTG]
Charles Burchfield: Selections from the Family Collection (Nov. 9-Dec. 9)
17th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition (Nov. 18-Dec. 17) [HFB]
William Accorsi (Dec. 6-Dec. 31) [DTG]
Everett Shinn, 1873-1953 (Dec. 14-Feb. 17)
1974 Carol Chandler Retrospective (Jan. 8-31) [DTG]
Delaware Advertising Club Exhibition (Feb. 6-Mar. 4) [DTG]
Robert Shaw (Feb. 18-Mar. 24)
41st Wilmington International Exhibition of Photography (Feb. 22-Mar. 10)
Four Delaware Valley Primitives: Henry Braunstein, Ida E. Jones, Edward Charles Kimmel, Horace Pippin (Feb. 22-Mar. 24)
Arts of Ireland (Mar. 7-Apr. 1) [DTG]
Jean Dubuffet (Mar. 15-Apr. 28)
Arts and the Elderly (Apr. 3-19) [DTG]
Glass by Michael Taylor (Apr. 6-25)
Late Nineteenth Century American Art: Cosmopolitan Tastes and the Genteel Tradition (Apr. 24-May 13) [DTG]
Stanley Arthurs (May 3-June 16)
Women Printmakers (May 16-June 10) [DTG]
Gallery Closed (June 11-18) [DTG]
Contemporary Graphics and Drawings – Permanent Collection (June 21-Jul. 14)
Pennsylvania Quilts from The Grete Holst Evans Collection (June 21-Jul. 14)
20th Century Photographs (through Jul. 14)
Sculpture by University of Delaware Students (Jul. 1-29) [DTG]
60th Annual Delaware Show: All Media (Jul. 26-Sept. 1)
American Paintings from the Museum’s Collection (Jul. 26-Sept. 1)
Edward S. Curtis: The American Indian (Aug. 1-Sept. 3) [DTG]
Tua Hayes (Sept. 5-30) [DTG]
Pamela Colman Smith (Sept. 12-Oct.)
Contemporary American Paintings from The Lewis Collection (Sept. 13-Oct. 27)
Mountain Artisans (Appalachian crafts) (Oct. 3-28) [DTG]
Art by Puerto Rican Artists (Oct. 31-Dec. 2) [DTG]
The Delaware Art Museum Presents: Richard Bailey (Nov. 3-Dec. 1)
Arte Por Artistas De Puerto Rico (Nov. 3-Jan. 5)Raphael Ferrer: Arte Por Artistas de Puerto Rico (Nov. 3-Jan. 5, 1985)
18th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition (Nov. 17-Dec. 16) [HFB]
Jewelry by The Goldsmith’s Guild of New York City (Dec. 5-Jan. 6) [DTG]
The Delaware Art Museum Presents: Leroy Smith (Dec. 8, 1974-Jan. 5)
1975 Eight Delaware Artists (Jan. 9-Feb. 10) [DTG]
Aaron Draper Shattuck, N.A. (Jan. 13-Feb. 9)
Nineteenth Century Paintings from the Museum’s Collection (Jan. 13-Feb. 9)
The Delaware Art Museum Presents, Rob Jones – Black Wilmington (Jan. 13-Feb. 9)
Mountain Artisans (Feb. 6-28) [DTG]
Contemporary American Illustrators of Children’s Books (Feb. 14-Mar. 31)
Fabrics by Jack Lenor Larsen, Designer (Mar. 6-31)
Landscape Design (Mar. 20-Apr. 2l) [DTG]
Works by Claire Moore (Apr. 3-29) [DTG]
Avant-Garde Painting and Sculpture in America: 1910-1925 (Apr. 14-May 18)
Recent Acquisitions (May 23-Jul. 13)
Sculpture of Jacob Epstein (May 23-Jul. 13)
Delaware Art Museum Presents: Beverly Covington & Sam Richards (May 23-Jul. 13)
Paintings and Drawings by Howard Pyle (June 1-17) [DTG]
Photographs By John Weiss (June 19-Jul. 31) [DTG]
61st Annual Delaware Show: All Media (Jul. 25-Aug. 31)
Sporting Prints by Currier and Ives (Jul. 25-Aug. 31)
Selections from the Sales and Rental Gallery (Aug. 2-Sept. 2) [DTG]
Recent Acquisitions (Sept.)
Chinese Collection (Sept.)
Work by The City Sights Artists (Sept. 4-30) [DTG]
Jill Krementz: Photographs (Sept. 12-Oct. 19)
To All Believers: The Art of Pamela Colman Smith (Sept. 12-Oct. 19)
Work by Teachers from the Museum’s Education Department (Oct. 2-Nov. 4)
[DTG] American Painting and Sculpture (Oct. 29-Nov. 30)
Contemporary American Graphics (Nov. 6-Dec. 2) [DTG]
19th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition (Nov. 9-30)
Thomas George, an American Artist in China (Dec. 5-Jan. 4)
Winslow Homer’s Work in Black and White (Dec. 5-Jan. 4)
Sculpture by Nancy Reynolds (Dec. 5-Jan. 6) [DTG]
1976 Artists in the Schools (Jan. 9-Feb. 15)
Crafts from the Permanent Collection (Jan. 16-Feb. 10) [DTG]
The Delaware Art Museum Presents: Dan Teis (Feb. 20-Mar. 28)
The Studio at Cogslea (Feb. 20-Mar. 28)
Neil Spitzer (Mar. 1-31) [DTG]
Victorian Clothing and Painting in America (Apr. 5-30) [DTG]
The Pre-Raphaelite Era: 1848-1914 (Apr. 12-June 6)
Modern Japanese Prints from The Haven Collection (May 6-June 4) [DTG]
Howard Pyle Paints The Revolution (June 7-30) [DTG]
Douglas Duer (June 18-Jul. 18)
Photographs from Delaware Collections (June 18-Jul. 18)
American Paintings and Sculpture: A Bicentennial Selection (June 18-Jul. 18)
Kent Bicentennial Portfolio: “Spirit of Independence” (Jul. 6-Aug. 31) [DTG]
62nd Annual Delaware Show: All Media (Jul. 30-Sept. 5)
Philadelphia Print Club: Folio ’76 (Sept. 7-27) [DTG]
1776-1876 In Delaware: A Century of Change (Sept. 17-Oct. 17)
Delaware Architecture, 1776-1976 (Sept. 17-Oct. 17)
Images (Oct. 4-28) [DTG]
20th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition (Nov. 1-Dec. 19)
Freshwork (Nov. 2-30) [DTG]
Collectors’ Opportunity (Dec. 2-24)
Selections from the Sales and Rental Gallery (Dec. 2-Dec. 31) [DTG]
The Neapolitan Christmas Creche (Dec. 6-1977)
1977 Drawings from The Nancy Hoffman Gallery (Jan. 4-28) [DTG]
Metroscope Photographs (Jan. 7-Feb. 20)
The Poster Decade: American Posters of the l890’s (Jan. 7-Feb. 20)
American Cartooning: 1972-1976 (Feb. 2-25) [DTG]
W. H. D. Koerner (Feb. 25-Apr. 10)
The Art of 19th Century Japan (Mar. 3-28) [DTG]
Rosamond Wolff Purcell (Mar. 10-Apr. 10)
Up in the Air (Apr. 4-28) [DTG]
Symbolism of Light: The Photographs of Clarence H. White (Apr. 15-May 22)
Art for All Seasons: Work by Older Delawareans (May 2-l3) [DTG]
Delaware Society of Architects (May 16-27) [DTG]
Visual Stew: A Look at Styles and Approaches to Photography (June 1-30) [DTG]
Stitchery ’77 (June 3-19)
Charles Lee Reese, The Print Collector (June 3-Jul. 10)
Kirk Sterling: Craftsmanship in Silver (June 3-Jul. 10)
Russell Patterson (June 24-Jul. 24)
Recent Work by 5 Local Artists: Allman, Rowe, Sitarchuk, Tanis, Vinson (Jul. 5-29) [DTG]
New Deal for Art (Jul. 29-Aug. 28)
Michael Mazur: Vision of a Draughtsman (Aug. 2-31) [DTG]
Accessible Arts (Aug. 22-Sept. 25)
Thirteenth Biennial State Art Exhibition of The National League of American Pen Women (Sept. 6-16) [DTG]
Etchings, Lithographs, and Drawings by Frank Stack (Sept. 20-Oct. 14) [DTG]
Photographs of Arnold Newman (Sept. 20-Oct. 16)
Julio Da Cunha: A Retrospective Exhibition of Works in Delaware Collections (1857-1975) (Sept. 30-Oct. 30)
Fourtographers: Alison Goodman, Michael Nolan, David Shamlian, David Tonneson (Oct. 18-31) [DTG]
Selected Works by Wilmington School District Art Teachers (Nov. 2-29) [DTG]
2lst Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition (Nov. 13-Dec. 31)
63rd Annual Delaware Show: All Media (Nov. 13-Dec. 31)
Collectors’ Opportunity (Dec. 2-22) [DTG]
1978 Works by Ed Loper, Sr., and Ed Loper, Jr. (Jan. 3-27) [DTG]
France Views America: 1765-1815 (Jan. 13-Feb. 26)
Photographs by Michael A. Smith (Feb. 7-27) [DTG]
The Imaginative Generation: The Students of Howard Pyle (Mar. 3-24) [DTG]
American Art Pottery: 1875-1930 (Mar. 10-Apr. 23)
Black Experience in Prints (Mar. 27-Apr. 12) [DTG]
Paul Caponigro (Apr. 1-26)
Jared Bark (Apr. 14-May 4) [DTG]
Photos by University of Delaware M.F.A. Candidates (May 5-31)
“…illustrated by Darley” (May 5-June 18)
Family Week (May 8-19) [DTG]
ArtReach (May 23-June 15) [DTG]
Lieberman, Battenfield, Weiner: Fiberworks (June 19-Jul. 14) [DTG]
Delaware Exhibition Prizewinners: Guthrie, Tanis and Usher (June 23-Aug. 9)
Hayley Lever: Works in Various Media (June 23-Aug. 9)
John Sloan and His Friends: An Intimate View (June 23-Nov. 5)
Works from Marion Locks Gallery (Jul. 18-Aug. 17) [DTG]
Art Off the Picture Press (Aug. 18-Sept. 24)
Eugenia Eckford Rhoads (Aug. 18-Sept. 24)
Tyler Graphic Prints (Aug. 21-Sept. 12) [DTG]
Selections from the Sales and Rental Gallery (Sept. 14-28) [DTG]
John Sloan’s Prints (Sept. 29-Nov. 3) [DTG]
Bertha Corson Day Bates: Illustrator in the Howard Pyle Tradition (Sept. 29-Nov. 5)
Raymond Nichols and Rosemary Lane Hooper (Nov. 8-Dec. 1) [DTG]
22nd Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition (Nov. 19-Dec. 31)
64th Annual Delaware Delaware Show: All Media (Nov. 19-Dec. 31)
Sculptures by George Greenamyer (Dec. 4-Jan. 4)
1979 Don Nice: Recent Works (Jan. 5-28)
Works by Area Artists: Michael Gerjovich and Ernest Walters (Jan. 8-26) [DTG]
Barkley Hendricks: Paintings (Jan. 30-Feb. 22) [DTG]
Delaware Remembered: 1890-1940 (Feb. 4-May 6)
Scott Belville/Thirteen Galleries (Feb. 26-Mar. 29) [DTG]
Gertrude Käsebier (Mar. 2-Apr. 22)
Debra Frasier: Fabric Artist (Apr. 4-May 3) [DTG]
Edward Moran (1829-1901): American Marine & Landscape Painter (Apr. 27-June 3)
Paintings by Clarence Wood (May 7-June 6) [DTG]
Photographs by James Van Der Zee (June 8-Jul. 8) [DTG]
Tenth Street Days: The Co-ops of the 50’s (June 8-Jul. 8)
Photographs by Clarence John Laughlin (Jul. 10-Aug. 9) [DTG]
Delaware Exhibition Prizewinners: John Bayalis, Mitch Lyons, Robert Troxell and Julia Schloss (Jul. 13-Sept. 2)
Focus on Fiber (Aug. 3-Sept. 2)
Sculpture by William Travis and Paintings by Marcia Lloyd (Aug. 13-Sept. 6) [DTG]
Reflections on American Women: Illustrations from the Eisenstat Collection (Sept. 11-Oct. 15) [DTG]
The American Magazine: 1890-1940 (Sept. 16-Dec. 2)
Life: The First Decade (Oct. 18-Nov. 29) [DTG]
Life: The First Decade (Oct. 18-Dec. 2)
William H. Radebaugh: Assemblages (Dec. 4-Jan. 3, 1980) [DTG]
65th Annual Delaware Show: All Media (Dec. 16-Jan. 20, 1980)
1980 Charles Burwell: Paintings and Drawings (Jan. 8-Feb. 7) [DTG]
Artists in Wilmington: 1890-1940 (Feb. 3-Apr. 20)
Physicians Collect (Feb. 10-Mar. 6) [DTG]
Stages: Sculptures by Julia Allen Smith (Mar. 11-Apr. 17) [DTG]
Washington Artists: Realism & Representation (Apr. 22-May 22) [DTG]
An American Vision: Selections from the Museum’s American Collection (Apr. 27-May 18)
Venus, Jupiter and Mars: Frederick Sommer Photographs (Apr. 27-Jun. 8)
Selections from the Art Sales & Rental Gallery (May 18-Jun. 8)
ArtReach: The Built Environment (May 27-Jun. 20) [DTG]
Delaware Show Prizewinners: Robert Boyce, Ruth Humpton, Nevin Snyder (Jun. 13-July 13)
Brooke Alexander, A Decade of Print Publishing: 1968-1977 (Jun. 13-Aug. 7)
Brooke Alexander: Graphics (Jun. 27-July 31) [DTG]
Watercolors by Natalie Bieser (Aug. 5-26) [DTG]
Paintings by Joe Nicastri (Sept. 2-Oct. 1) [DTG]
City Life Illustrated, 1890-1940: Sloan, Glackens, Luks, Shinn; Their Friends and Followers (Sept. 7-Nov. 23)
Selections from the Museum’s Permanent Collection (Sept. 7-Nov. 23)
W.A.S. Hatch: Prints and Pastels (Oct. 7-Nov. 12) [DTG]
The Fabric Workshop (Nov. 18-Dec. 16) [DTG]
23rd Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition (Dec. 7, 1980-Jan. 18, 1981)
Remembrances of Holiday Past: Dolls, Toys & Teddy Bears (Dec. 7, 1980-Jan. 18, 1981)
Hedi Kyle: Handmade Books (Dec. 23, 1980-Jan. 27, 1981) [DTG]
1981 Be My Valentine (Feb. 3-Mar. 4) [DTG]
Consumer’s Choice: The American Home, 1890-1940 (Feb. 8-Apr. 19)
With Hearts & Darts & Loves & Doves: America’s Greeting Cards, 1890-1940 (Feb. 8-Apr. 19)
Stephen Springer Davis: Painting by Printing, Hand-carved Rubber Stamp Art (Mar. 10-Apr. 9) [DTG]
Bernis von zur Muehlen: Photographs (Apr. 14-May 20) [DTG]
Jugend: 1902-1906 (Apr. 27-Jun. 15)
Sidney Goodman (May 8-Jun. 14)
Contemporary Art from the Museum Collection (Jun. 19-Aug. 2)
Contemporary Crafts: Maria Rose C. Blake, Joseph Detwiler and Louise Briggs (Jun. 19-Aug. 2)
Artists at Work (Jun. 22-Aug. 21)
Works by Nicholas Africano (through Jun. 24) [DTG]
Howard Pyle and His Students (July-Sept. 13)
Paintings by Emil Mellow II (July 1-July 29) [DTG]
Community Arts (Aug. 5-Sept. 2) [DTG]
American Photographs from the Museum’s Collection (Aug. 7-Sept. 13)
Photography of the Fifties: An American Perspective (Aug. 7-Sept. 13)
So You Want to Fight? (Sept. 9-Oct. 7) [DTG]
From All Walks of Life: Paintings of the Figure from the National Academy of Design (Sept. 18-Nov. l)
Works by James Windram (Oct. 14-Nov. 11) [DTG]
66th Annual Delaware Show: All Media (Nov. 13-Jan. 3, 1982)
Contemporary Art for Sale and Rent (Nov. 16-Dec. 23) [DTG]
Remembrances of Holidays Past: Dolls, Toys & Teddy Bears (Dec. 6, 1981-Jan. 3, 1982)
The Christmas Créche (Dec. 6, 1981-Jan. 3, 1982)
Photographs from the Museum’s Collection (Dec. 30, 1981-Jan. 27, 1982) [DTG]
1982 Four Decades: The Hotel du Pont Collection (Jan. 16-Feb. 28)
Janet Fish (Jan. 16-Feb. 28)
Contemporary Graphics from the Museum’s Permanent Collection (Feb. 3-Mar. 3) [DTG]
Boobies, Boojums & Snarks: The Ceramic Curiosities of the Martin Brothers, 1880-1914 (Mar. 3-Apr. 18)
The American Landscape: Paintings by Roxie Munro (Mar. 10-Apr. 6) [DTG]
Vint Lawrence: Political Cartoons (Apr. 14-May 12) [DTG]
Cowboy Knights Errant and Klondike Kings: Western Illustrations by P. V. E. Ivory (May 7-Jun. 13)
Marie Spartali Stillman (May 7-Jun. 13)
Matt Phillips: Monoprints (May 19-Jun. 16) [DTG]
The Museum Collects (Jun. 13-Sept. 12)
Joseph Raffael (Jun. 23-July 21) [DTG]
Deryl Daniel Mackie: Paintings and Drawings (July 28-Aug. 25) [DTG]
Watercolors by Bernard Chaet (Sept. 1-Sept. 29) [DTG]
Watercolors by Bernard Chaet (Sept. 1-Oct. 12)
The Art of Japan (Sept. 24-Oct. 31)
Roger Laux Nelson (Oct. 6-Nov. 3) [DTG]
Ben Schonzeit (Nov. 10-Dec. 8) [DTG]
Sculptures, Pastels and Drawings by George Segal (through Nov. 28)
24th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition (Nov. 19, 1982-Jan. 23, 1983)
Remembrances of Holidays Past: Dolls, Toys & Teddy Bears (Dec. 5, 1982-Jan. 5, 1983)
The Christmas Créche (Dec. 5, 1982-Jan. 5, 1983)
Photographs by Gertrude Käsebier (Dec. 15, 1982-Jan. 12, 1983) [DTG]
1983 Paintings and Drawings by James Valerio (Jan. 7-Feb. 20)
Couples: Selections from the Delaware Art Museum’s Permanent Collection (Jan. 19-Feb. 16) [DTG]
John Sloan in Santa Fe (Feb. 4-Mar. 6)
The Eight (Feb. 23-Mar. 23) [DTG]
Selections from the Sewell C. Biggs Collection of Paintings (Mar. 1-Apr. 17)
New York, New Art: Contemporary Paintings – New York Galleries (Mar. 18-Apr. 24)
Dorothy Gillespie: New Sculpture (Mar. 30-May 4) [DTG]
19th Century Works on Paper (May 6-Jun. 19)
Henry Soulen (May 6-Jun. 19)
Mark Bryce: Paintings and Drawings (May 11-Jun. 15) [DTG]
American Waterscapes (Jun. 22-July 13) [DTG]
Just Desserts: Sweet Stone Sculptures by Blaise Batko (July 1-31)
Beatrice Wood Retrospective (July 1-Sept. 4)
John Baker, Mitch Lyons, Doug Zucco: Clay and Paper (July 20-Aug. 17) [DTG]
The Feminine Image: Paintings of Women – Permanent Collection (Sept.-Oct. 30)
Daniel Brush: Dream for Ise: Pen & Ink Drawings (Sept. 7-Oct. 19) [DTG]
The Romantic Image: Hollywood Film Costumes (Sept. 16-Oct. 30)
Gene Davis: Recent Paintings and Drawings (Oct. 14-Nov. 27)
Agnes Hahn Brodie: Constructions and Drawings (Oct. 26-Nov. 30, 1984) [DTG]
67th Annual Delaware Show: All Media (Nov. 11, 1983-Jan. 2, 1984)
Remembrances of Holidays Past: Dolls, Toys & Teddy Bears (Nov. 24, 1983-Jan. 2, 1984)
Judith Ingram & Zarina: Cast Paper (Dec. 7-28) [DTG]
18th Century Créche (Dec. 4, 1983-Jan. 2, 1984)
1984 American Illustrations from the Permanent Collection (Jan. 12-Apr. 15)
Contemporary Art from the Permanent Collection (Jan. 13-Feb. 26)
Paintings by Ben Schonzeit (Jan. 13-Feb. 26)
The Big Picture: 20 x 24 in. Polaroids (Jan. 13-Feb. 26)
“The New Yorker” Cartoonists (Jan. 13-Feb. 26)
Selections from the Museum’s Sales and Rental Gallery (Mar.-Oct.)
Paintings from the Royal Academy: Two Centuries of British Art (Mar. 10-Apr. 15)
Howard Pyle: Varied Faces of Love (Mar. 10-Apr. 15)
Henri and His Circle (Mar. 10-Jun. 24)
Robert Henri: Painter (May 4-Jun. 6)
Paintings by Lynda Schmid (July 13-Aug. 9)
Fernand Khnopff and the Belgian Avant-Garde (July 13-Aug. 26)
Summer in the Nineties (July 13-Sept. 2)
19th Century American Painting (July 13-Nov. 11)
Paintings by Terence Tiernan (Aug. 16-Sept. 9)
Larry Holmes (Sept. 14-Oct. 28)
20th Century American Works from the Permanent Collection (Sept. 14-Oct. 28)
Joyce Kozloff: Three Stations (Sept. 14-Oct. 28)
Sculpture by Pat Keck (Oct. 1-31) [DTG]
New York, New York (Nov. 2-25)
Selections from the Museum’s Sales and Rental Gallery (Nov. 5-Dec. 5) [DTG]
The Byrdcliffe Arts and Crafts Colony: Life by Design (Nov. 9, 1984-Jan. 6, 1985)
Antique Dolls and Toys (Dec. 2, 1984-Jan. 3, 1985)
Créche (Dec. 2, 1984-Jan. 3, 1985)
Collages, Photographs, Prints by Susan Barron (Dec. 13, 1984-Jan. 9, 1985) [DTG]
1985 Forever Ample (Jan. 14-Feb. 15) [DTG]
25th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition (Jan. 18-Mar. 3)
William Glackens and his Friends (Jan. 18-Apr. 21)
The Imaginary Realm: Howard Pyle’s Medieval Works (Jan. 18-Apr. 21)
Etchings by Robert Shaw (Feb. 18-Mar. 20) [DTG]
Rhonda Zwillinger: Mixed Metaphor (May 10 – June 30, 1985)
William Glackens: Painter in New York, 1897-1919 (Mar. 15-Apr. 28)
Paintings by Odd Nerdrum (Mar. 15-Apr. 28)
William Glackens: Illustrator in New York, 1897-1919 (Mar. 15-Apr. 28)
The Female Animal (Mar. 25-Apr. 24) [DTG]
Selections from the Museum’s Sales & Rental Gallery (Apr. 29-May 29) [DTG]
19th Century Salon Paintings from the Arnot Art Museum (May 10-Jun. 30)
19th Century American and European Prints (May 10-Sept. 15)
19th Century Paintings from the Permanent Collection (May 10-Sept. 15)
Landscapes (Jun. 3-July 3) [DTG]
Andy Warhol: Endangered Species (July 8-Aug. 7) [DTG]
“More Than You Knew…” (July 12-Sept. 15)
Selections from the Museum’s Sales and Rental Gallery (Aug. 12-Sept. 11) [DTG]
News Journal Award Winners: Photos by Comegys & Crowe (Sept. 13-Oct. 27)
Mary Joan Waid (Sept. 16-Oct. 16) [DTG]
Calder Creatures Great and Small (Sept. 27-Nov. 10)
Leslie Thrasher (Sept. 27-Nov. 24)
The Male Animal-or-Animale (Oct. 21-Nov. 20) [DTG]
Howard Pyle’s Talking Animals (Oct. 27, 1985-Jan. 5, 1987)
68th Annual Delaware Show: All Media (Nov. 22, 1985-Jan. 5, 1986)
Selections from the Museum’s Sales & Rental Gallery (Nov. 25-Dec. 24) [DTG]
Antique Dolls & Toys (Nov. 27, 1985-Jan. 1, 1986)
Créche (Dec. 1, 1985-Jan. 1, 1986)
1986 Selections from the the Delaware Art Museum Drawings Collection (Jan. 1-Jan. 29) [DTG]
The Art of Business: Corporations Collect (Jan. 17-Feb. 23)
Don Cooper (Feb. 3-Mar. 5) [DTG]
1985: Recent Acquisitions (Mar. 7-Apr. 27)
Howard Pyle: Rebels & Redcoats (Mar. 7-Apr. 27)
NYC: New Work (Mar. 7-Apr. 27)
Sculpture by Richard Bailey (Mar. 10-Apr. 9) [DTG]
Selections from the Museum’s Art Sales and Rental Gallery (Apr. 14-May 14) [DTG]
Images of Liberty (May 9-Jun. 1)
Yousuf Karsh: A Fifty Year Retrospective (May 9-Jun. 22)
Concurrent Karsh Exhibition (May 19-Jun. 19) [DTG]
Jonas dos Santos and Robert B. (Link) Harper (Jun. 23-July 18) [DTG]
200 Years of American Faces (July 3-Mar. 8, 1987)
1st Invitational Exhibition of the National Academy of Fantastic Art (Sept. 26-Nov. 31)
Antique Dolls and Toys (Nov. 27, 1986-Jan. 1, 1987)
Créche (Dec. 1, 1986-Jan. 1, 1987)
1987 Selections from the Sydney and Frances Lewis Collection of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (Mar. 29-May 10)
Howard Pyle: The Artist & His Legacy (Mar. 29-Jun. 21)
Maurice Boutet de Monvel: Master of French Illustration & Portraiture (May 15-Jun. 21)
A Peep Into the Past: Max Beerbohm’s Caricatures (May 15-Jun. 21)
George Luks: An American Artist (July 3-Sept. 6)
Jerome Witkin: Recent Paintings and Drawings (July 10-Sept. 6)
Selections from the William C. Lickle Collection of African and Pre-Columbian Art of the University Gallery, University of Delaware (Sept. 26-Nov. 8)
69th Annual Delaware Show: All Media (Sept. 26-Nov. 8)
Figure Drawings and Sculpture from the Permanent Collection (Sept. 26-Nov. 8)
The World is Round: Contemporary Panoramas (Nov. 20, 1987-Jan. 10, 1988)
Dolls, Toys & Teddy Bears (Nov. 26, 1987-Jan. 17, 1988
1988 Acquisitions ’87 (Jan. 15-Mar. 13)
Photography from the Permanent Collection (Jan. 15-Mar. 13)
26th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition (Jan. 22-Mar. 20)
Etchings by Anders Zorn (Mar. 25-May 8)
Claes Eklundh: Recent Work (Apr. 1-May 15)
From Swedish Fairy Tales to American Fantasy: Gustaf Tenggren’s Illustrations 1920-1970 (Apr. 1-May 15)
Donna Dennis: Deep Station (Apr. 1-Jun. 26)
19th Century American Etching and the European Influences (May 13-Jun. 19)
Helen Mason: Form And Spirit (May 20-Jun. 19)
Shakespeare in 19th Century Painting: The Sandor Korein Collection (May 27-Jun. 26)
John Sloan and His Times (Jun. 24-Sept. 4)
John Sloan Prints (Jun. 24-Sept. 4)
John Sloan: Spectator of Life (July 15-Sept. 4)
Heroes, Heroines and the Heroic: Howard Pyle and His Students (Sept. 15-Dec. 31)
Harry Wickey: Printmaker (Sept. 16-Oct. 30)
Holography: Light Dreams (Sept. 24-Nov. 6)
Contemporary Art from the Permanent Collection (Through Nov. 13)
Acquisitions ’87
James Windram: Recent Work (Nov. 4-Dec. 31)
Quilt National ’87 (Nov. 18, 1988-Jan. 8, 1989)
Dolls, Toys and Teddy Bears (Nov. 18, 1988-Jan. 15, 1989)
18th Century Neopolitan Créche Display (Dec. 4, 1988-Jan. 8, 1989)
1989 Dragons from the Permanent Collection (Jan. 7-Feb. 26)
David Bates: Forty Paintings (Jan. 20-Mar. 5)
Realism: The Validity of Illusion (Jan. 20-Apr. 23)
James Edward Kelly: Sculpture (Mar. 3-Apr. 23)
Madonnas, Matriarchs, Mothers: Works from the Museum’s Collection (Mar. 3-Apr. 23)
Mothers and Daughters: Photographs of Women (Mar. 17-Apr. 30)
Tom Bostelle: The Crossing (Mar. 17-Apr. 30)
John Thornton: Recent Paintings (Apr. 28-Jun. 25)
Recent Acquisitions: The Illustration Collection (Apr. 28-Sept. 10)
Fantasies, Fables and Fabrications: Photoworks from the 1980’s (May 13-July 2)
The Conservative Avant-Garde: Permanent Collection Works from the 1940s (May 26-Sept. 10)
A Museum Menagerie: Animal Images – Permanent Collection (Jun. 30-Sept. 10)
Benjamin West: Romanticism in Religious Drawings (Jul. 14-Sept. 10)
The Museum Collects: Contemporary American Art, 1960-present (Jul. 21-Sept. 17)
Lathe-Turned Objects: An International Exhibition (Jul. 21-Sept. 17)
Recent Acquisitions (Sept. 15-Nov. 19)
Biennial ’89 (Oct. 6-Nov. 26)
Selections from the Museum’s Contemporary Collection (Oct. 6, 1989-Feb. 4, 1990)
Where the Wind Blows: Fairy Tales Illustrated by Bertha Corson Day Bates (Nov. 24, 1989-Feb. 4, 1990)
Dolls, Toys, And Teddy Bears (Dec. 3, 1989-Mid-Jan., 1990)
18th Century Neopolitan Créche (Dec. 3, 1989-Jan. 7, 1990)
The Art of Fantasy and Science Fiction (Dec. 8, 1989-Feb. 11, 1990)
1990 Art Underfoot: Oriental Rugs from Regional Collections (Jan. 19-Feb. 4)
World War I in the Works of Pyle’s Pupils (Feb. 9-May 6)
Furniture by Wendell Castle (March 9-May 13)
Through Another’s Eyes: Photographs from the Museum’s Collection (May 11-Sept. 9)
Of People and Places: The Floyd and Josephine Segel Collection of 20th Century Photography (Jun. 1-Jul. 15)
Jim Jacobs: Screens (Jun. 8-Aug. 12)
Contemporary Art from the Museum’s Collection (Jun. 8-Sept. 9)
American Art Posters of the l890s (Jul. 27-Sept. 16)
Rain of Talent: Umbrella Art (Jul. 27-Sept. 16)
Watercolors from the Permanent Collection (Oct. 6-Nov. 12)
Robert Murray: Sculpture and Working Models (Oct. 6-Nov. 25)
Stephen Tanis: Recent Work (Oct. 6-Nov. 25)
Where the Wind Blows: Fairy Tales Illustrated by Bertha Corson Day Bates (Oct. 12, 1990-Jan. 6, 1991)
The Wonder Clock: Howard Pyle & Katharine Pyle Collaboration (Nov. 16, 1990-Feb. 3, 1991)
George Catlin Paintings from the Collection of the National Gallery of Art (Dec. 7, 1990-Feb. 3, 199l)
John Sloan’s Collection of Native American Jewelry (Dec. 7, 1990-Feb. 3, 1991)
Native American Tradition: Selections from the American Indian Collection of the Lowe Art Museum (Dec. 7, 1990-Feb. 3, 1991)
18th Century Neopolitan Créche (Dec. 14, 1990-Jan. 6, 1991)
1991 Humor and Satire: Prints By Daumier, Steinlen and Gavarni (Jan. 11-March 17)
Illustrations by Howard Pyle Students (Feb. 8-Jul. 7)
John Okulick: Recent Work (Feb. 15-March 31)
Selections from the Contemporary Collection (Feb. 15-March 31)
Three Photographers: Betjemen, Fish, Rubin (Feb. 15-March 31)
It’s a Dog’s Life: Canine Images from the Permanent Collection (March 22-May 12)
Common Places: Paintings and Sculpture by Robert Stackhouse (Apr. 19-Jul. 7)
Some Acquisitions: 1988-1991 (Apr. 19-Jul. 7)
The Funny Pages: The Art of the Comic Strip (Jul. 12-Sept. 8)
Contemporary Cross Currents, 1960-1990 (Jul. 26-Sept. 8)
Morris Graves: Vessels of Transformation, 1932-1986 (Jul. 26-Sept. 8)
Focus on John Sloan (Oct. 5-Nov. 4)
ART 101: Methods and Materials of the Contemporary Painter (Oct. 5-Nov. 10)
Contemporary Photographs from the Permanent Collection (Oct. 5-Nov. 10)
Biennial ’91 (Oct. 5-Dec. 1)
Grand Tour: Selections from the Charles Lee Reese Collection of Prints (Oct. 5, 1991-Jan. 5, 1992)
Artists’ Christmas Cards and Christmas Paintings from the Permanent Collection (Nov. 20, 1991-Jan. 5, 1992)
18th Century Neopolitan Crèche (Nov. 20, 1991-Jan. 5, 1992)
Fifth Anniversary Celebration Nouveau Beaujolis Wine Label Exhibition (Nov. 20, 1991-Jan. 5, 1992)
Eighty Years of Collecting: The American Illustration Collection (Dec. 13, 1991-Feb. 23, 1992)
1992 Contemporary Graphics (Jan. 17-March 1)
American Portraits (Jan. 17-Apr. 19)
Focus on William Glackens (Feb. 24-May 17)
Jacob Lawrence: The Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman Series of Narrative Paintings (March 6-Apr. 26)
Norman Sasowsky: Images & Reflections (March 6-Apr. 26)
Mostly Baroque: Italian Paintings & Drawings from the Carlo Croce Collection (Apr. 24-Jun. 14)
The Better Half of “The Eight” (May 1-Sept. 13)
Acquisitions ’91 (Through May 17)
The Creative Process: Isabel Bishop’s Dante and Virgil in Union Square (May 15-Jun. 29)
French Painting of Three Centuries from the Collection of the New Orleans Museum of Art (May 15-Jun. 28)
Howard Pyle’s Students on the Go (Jul. 3-Sept. 13)
Points of Change: American Art Between the World Wars (Jul. 10-Sept. 13)
Through the Looking Glass: Drawing by Elizabeth Layton (Jul. 17-Sept. 20)
Lennart Anderson: A Painter’s Painter (Oct. 2-Nov. 29)
Illustrations of the Western Frontier (Oct. 2-Nov. 29)
The Second Wave: American Abstraction from the 1930s and 1940s: Selections from the Mildred and Elton Yasuna Collection (Oct. 10-Nov. 29)
Treasures of the Brandywine Valley (Oct. 16-Nov. 29)
18th Century Neopolitan Créche (Nov. 25, 1992-Jan. 10, 1993)
Harper’s Posters by Edward Penfield (Oct. 16, 1992-Jan. 3, 1993)
Watercolor Paintings in Britain in the 18th and 19th Centuries (Dec. 11, 1992-Feb. 7, 1993)
Acquisitions ’92 (Dec. 11, 1992-Jan. 17, 1993)
19th Century British Watercolors from the Collections of the National Gallery of Canada and Mellon Bank (Dec. 11, 1992-Feb. 7, 1993)
Focus on Found (Dec. 11, 1992-Feb. 7, 1993)
1993 Focus on William Glackens (Jan. 15-Apr. 25)
Fables & Fantasies: The Art of Félix Lorioux (Jan. 29-March 14)
Of Land and Sea: Selections from the Permanent Collection (Feb. 19-Apr. 18)
Mark Lindquist: Sculpture (Apr. 22-Jun. 20)
This Sporting Life: 1878-1991 (Apr. 30-Jun. 13)
The Artist and the Baseball Card (Apr. 30-Jun. 27)
Peaches and Pictures: A Centennial Celebration of Delaware Artists at Chicago’s 1893 World Columbia Exposition (May 7-Oct. 31)
Biennial ’93 (Jul. 9-Sept. 5)
The Private Eye: Contemporary Works from Local Collectors (Oct. 1-Nov. 28)
Beyond the Sixties: Selections of Contemporary Art from the Permanent Collection (Oct. 1-May 15, 1994)
18th Century Neapolitan Créche (Nov. 25, 1993-Jan. 11, 1994)
Quilt National ’93 (Dec. 10, 1993-Feb. 6, 1994)
1994 Exhibit Lab: Drawings of Montgomery Bus Boycott (Feb. 14-March 20)
Walter O. Evans Collection of African American Art (March 25-May 22)
Common Ground/Uncommon Vision: The Julie and Michael Hall Collection of American Folk Art (Jun. 10-Sept. 4)
Howard Pyle and Norman Rockwell: Lasting Legacies (Nov. 18-Feb. 19, 1995)
The Lure of the Southwest (1994)
Celebrate the Holidays! (Hometown USA Annual Gingerbread Exhibition) (Nov. 25, 1994-Jan. 8, 1995)
Community Quilt 1994 (Nov. 25, 1994-Jan. 29, 1995
1995 Simply Made in America: The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art (March 3-Apr. 30)
Beverly Buchanan: ShackWorks, a 16-year survey (May 12-Jul. 9)
Visions of Love and Life: English Pre-Raphaelite Art from the Birmingham Collection (Aug. 11-Oct. 15)
Mary Joan Waid (Sept. 20-) [DTG]
Andrew Wyeth, Romantic Realist (Sept. 23, 1995-Jan. 7, 1996)
Toulouse-Lautrec to Picasso: Masterprints from Winterthur, Switzerland (Nov. 3, 1995-Jan. 14, 1996)
Community Quilt 1995 (Nov. 24, 1995-Jan. 28, 1996)
1996 Mid-Atlantic Contemporary Artists (Through Jan. 26) [DTG]
Edw. L. Loper: From the Prism’s Edge (Feb. 2-Apr. 7)
John Sloan Etchings: Imagination, Invention, and a Passion for ‘Needling In’ (March 2-Apr.)
Acquisitions from the Region: Selections from the Permanent Collection (May 10-Aug. 9) [DTG]
Talking Pictures: People Speak About Photographs That Speak to Them (Jul. 19-Sept. 15)
Focus on Photography: Works from the Permanent Collection (Jul. 25-Oct. 13)
Celebrating 75 Years: Tom Bostelle (Sept. 27-Nov. 17)
Scott Burton: Chaise Longings (Oct. 11-Dec. 1)
Shaker: The Art of Craftsmanship (Oct. 11, 1996-Jan. 5, 1997)
1997 Myth, Magic, Mystery: One Hundred Years of American Children’s Book Illustration (Feb. 7-Apr. 6)
Antonio Frasconi Discovers / Printed for All Ages (Feb. 7-May 4)
Nature Up Close (Feb. 10-Jun. 1)
Artful Interiors: Focus on Tiffany and Company from the Permanent Collection (Apr. 22-Jun. 29)
Inspiration and Context: The Drawings of Albert Paley (Apr. 25-Jun. 22)
Archibald Knox (Apr. 25-Jun. 22)
Lisa Bartolozzi: New Paintings and Drawings (Jul. 11-Sept. 7)
Robert Straight: New Paintings and Drawings (Jul. 11-Sept. 7)
Collecting Contemporary Art: Adventure and Vision (Jul. 11-Sept. 7)
Expressive Impressions: Focus on 20th Century Prints from the Permanent Collection (Through Sept. 15)
Gist of Drawing: Works on Paper by John Sloan (Oct. 3-Nov. 30)
Albert Bloch: The American Blue Rider (Oct. 3-Dec. 7)
High Seas Adventures: Selections from the Permanent Collection (Oct. 15, 1997-May 31, 1998)
Community Quilt (Nov. 20, 1997-Jan. 4, 1998)
Folktales from Around the World: Illustrations from Children’s Books (Dec. 9, 1997-Feb. 8, 1998)
The White House Collection of American Crafts (Dec. 19, 1997-Feb. 22, 1998)
1998 Museum Acquisitions from Biennial ’96 (Feb. 17-Jun. 7)
Biennial ’98 (March 19-Jun. 7)
Exploring Interior Landscapes: Art from the Collection of Clifford Diver (Apr. 21-Jul. 12)
Medieval Tales: Chivalry, Adventure, Romance. Works by Howard Pyle from the Collection (May 29-Sept. 7)
“Perfect Marvels”: The Morris-Rossetti Chairs (Jun. 3-ongoing)
Life Cycles: The Charles E. Burchfield Collection (Jun. 26-Sept. 6)
Art Since 1960: Selections from the Permanent Collection (Jul. 21-Sept. 7)
Contemporary Crafts: Dale Chihuly and Rudolph Staffel (Jul. 21-Sept. 7)
Picture Delaware: Landmarks of a New Generation (Oct. 2-Nov. 29)
México Ahora: Punta de Partida / Mexico Now: Point of Departure (Oct. 2-Nov. 29)
“Earnest in Our Experiment”: Howard Pyle and His Women Students (Oct. 13-Nov. 15)
Pirates!: American Illustration (Oct. 15-May 31)
Lucien Niemeyer: The Rwandan Refugee Photographs (Oct. 16-Dec. 11) [DTG]
Community Quilt: New Quilt Squares (Nov. 25, 1998-Feb. 15, 1999)
“I Have a Story to Tell You:” Faith Ringgold’s Illustrations for Tar Beach (Nov. 24, 1998-Feb. 28, 1999)
Wondrous Strange: Howard Pyle And The Wyeth Family Of Artists (Dec. 10, 1998-Feb. 21, 1999)
1999 Blurring Boundaries: Objects in Craft Media from the Collection (March 8-Jun. 13,1999)
Chihuly Baskets (March 18-Jun. 20)
Vitally Alive with Things of the Past: Howard Pyle’s Colonial and Revolutionary Subjects (March 18-Nov. 14)
Master Works At Mid-Century: New Motherwell Acquisitions (Jun. 12-Sept. 12)
Abstract Expressionism and Beyond: Motherwell’s Circle (Jun. 12-Sept. 12)
Howard Pyle: Medieval Tales (Jun. 22-Sept. 15)
Andy Warhol’s Flash – Nov. 22, 1963 (Jul. 15-Sept. 5)
Art of 20th Century Zen: Paintings and Calligraphy By Japanese Masters (Jul. 15-Sept. 5)
Ellsworth Kelly: Five Decades of Line, Form and Color (Oct. 8-Jan. 2, 2000)
The Lamps of Tiffany: Highlights from the Egon and Hildegard Neustadt Collection (Oct. 8-Mar. 5, 2000)
Strobe Alley Wonders: The Photographs of Harold Edgerton (Oct. 26-Jan. 30, 2000)
Fantasies, Fairy Tales and More: Illustrations by Beatrix Potter, Arthur Rackham and Kate Greenaway from the Free Library of Philadelphia (Nov. 23-Jan. 9, 2000)
2000 Never So Finely Told… Illustrations from the Museum’s Collections (Jan.)Stuart Davis in Gloucester (Jan. 21-Mar. 19)
The Red Cottage Artists (Jan. 21-Mar. 19)
Biennial 2000: Art at the New Millennium (Apr. 7-Jun. 4)
Young America: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum (Jun. 23-Aug. 13)
Centennial Celebration of Arden: Delaware’s Arts and Crafts Community (Jun. 23-Sept. 4)
The du Pont Family Legacy at the Delaware Art Museum (Jun. 23-Sept. 4)
Art, Craft, and the Utopian Ideal: Arden, Delaware, 1900-1935 (Jun. 23-Sept. 17)
Monet to Miró: Masterworks of European Modernism (Jun. 23-Nov. 1)
The Defining Moment: Victorian Narrative Painting from the Forbe’s Magazine Collection (Sept. 9-Jan. 7, 2001)
Un Mundo de Artistas Latinos: Tierras, Gente y Pasiones; A World of Latin Artists: Lands, People and Passions (Oct. 3-Nov. 25) [DTG]
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland: Down the Rabbit-Hole with John Tenniel and Barry Moser (Nov. 21, 2000-Jan. 7, 2001)
2001 Linda McCartney’s Sixties: Portrait of an Era (Jan. 19-Mar. 18)
An American Century of Photography: From Dry-plate to Digital – The Hallmark Photographic Collection (Feb. 9-Apr. 22)
Changing Perspectives/New Realities: Photographs from the Collection of the Delaware Art Museum (Mar. 2-May 13) [DTG]
Portraits of Our Country: The American Spirit of the Wyeth Tradition (Apr. 3-Jun. 3)
James Nachtwey: Testimony (Apr. 28-May 13)
American Impressionists Abroad and at Home: Paintings from the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (May 11-Aug. 5)
An American Style: French Influences of American Impressionism – Selections from the Permanent Collection (May 14-Jul. 15)
A Vivid Flash of Real Truth: A Sampling of Howard Pyle’s Illustrations (May 18-Jul. 29)
The Metaphoric Landscape: Recent Works by William Smith (Jun. 1-Sept. 7) [DTG]
Beyond Expectations: Contemporary Craft – Permanent Collection (Jun. 19-Aug. 19)
20th Century Works on Paper: Drawings and Watercolors from the Permanent Collection (Jun. 28-Sept. 23)
Art In Progress: The Evolution of a Collection & Shaping Our Future (Sept. 7-Oct. 28)
Maritime Art America: A Celebration of Marine Art & History (Oct. 1-Nov. 1, 2001) [DTG]
Marisol (Nov. 15, 2001-Jan. 27, 2002)
2002 Impressionism Transformed: Paintings of Edmund C. Tarbell (Feb. 15-Apr. 28)
Divas of the Delaware Art Museum: 20th Century Depictions of Women from the Collection (Mar. 1-May 19) [DTG]
That Feeling of Jazz: Photographs of Paul D. Somerville III (Jun. 7-Aug. 26) [DTG]
Great American Icons: Art & Popular Culture in the 1960s and 1970s (Sept. 6- Nov. 7)
At Home With Winslow Homer: 19th Century Magazine Illustrations (Nov. 15, 2002-Jan. 26, 2003) [DTG]
Lure of the West: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum (December 20, 2002-Feb. 16, 2003) [R]
2003 A Thousand Hounds: A Walk with the Dogs through the History of Photography (Mar. 7-May 4) [R]
Romare Bearden: Narrations (May 23-Jul. 20) [R]
The Buildings of the Delaware Art Museum: Past Present & Future (May 16-Jan. 1, 2004) [DTG]
American Tableaux: Selections from the Collection of Walker Art Center (Oct. 10, 2003-Jan. 4, 2004) [R]
2004 “Glorious Dignity” Drawings of the Montgomery Bus Boycott by Harvey Dinnerstein and Burton Silverman (Feb. 7-Mar. 14) [R]
The Big Picture (Apr. 2- )
“Glorious Dignity” Drawings of the Montgomery Bus Boycott by Harvey Dinnerstein and Burton Silverman (Jul. 2-Sept. 5) [R]
African American Masters: Highlights from the Smithsonian American Art Museum (Jul. 2-Sept. 5) [R]
American Originals: Treasures from the National Archives (Sept. 2-Oct. 17) [R]
Cross Country Run: Recent Work by Ken Mabrey (Oct. 21, 2004-Sept. 30, 2005) [DTG]
Museum Closed for Return to Kentmere (Winter 2004-Summer 2005)
2005 Consuming Desires: Modern Marketing Posters, 1880-1918 (June 26-Oct. 2, 2005)
Pirate Tales and Beyond: The Adventures of Rip Squeak and Friends (October 22, 2005-January 29, 2006
2006 Charles Shannon: Lithographs and Luminaries (March 17 – July 9, 2006)
“Something Waits Beneath It” Early Work by Andrew Wyeth, 1939-1969 (March 29 – July 16, 2006)
Portraits of A People: Picturing African Americans in the Nineteenth Century (April 23 – July 16, 2006)
Icons & Idols: A Photographer’s Chronicle of the Arts, 1960 – 1995 (August 5 – October, 1 2006)
From Raku to Ray Guns: Ceramics since 1960 (August 11 – March 25, 2006)
Precious Spaces: The Artist’s Studio in Miniature (November 4, 2006 – January 7, 2007)
Building Books: The Art of David Macaulay (October 14, 2006 – January 7, 2007)
2007 Fever Pitch: New Work from The Center for Emerging Visual Artists (January 27, 2007 – March 4, 2007)
Nature/Culture/Blues: Contemporary African American Art (January 13, 2007 – July 15, 2007)
Art in the ‘Toon Age (March 24 2007 – May 13, 2007)
The Cultivated Eye: Brandywine Valley Photographers (June 1, 2007 – October 21, 2007)
Deceits and Fantasies: Contemporary Photography and the Garden (June 23, 2007 – September 16, 2007)
Seeing Our City: Wilmington (October 20, 2007 – December 6, 2007)
Precious Spaces: Masterpieces in Miniature (November 17, 2007 – January 13, 2008
In Company with Angels (September 23, 2007 – February 24, 2008)
Seeing the City: Sloan’s New York (October 20, 2007 – January 20, 2008
2008 West Meets East: Encounter with Chinese Art (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (January 12, 2008– February, 24 2008)
Frida Kahlo: Through the Lens of Nicholas Muray (February 2, 2008 – March 30, 2008)
Art in Bloom (April 11, 2008 – April 13, 2008)
The Baroque World of Fernando Botero (March 15, 2008 – June 8, 2008)
Bridge of Hope: Iraqi/U.S. Art Initiative (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (March 29, 2008 – May 4, 2008)
This is War! (May 10, 2008 – August 10, 2008)
Resonance: 2008 Delaware Art Museum Studio Art Instructor Exhibition (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (May 17, 2008 – June 29, 2008)
Garry Knox Bennett: Call Me Chairmaker (June 28, 2008 – September 21, 2008)
Gifted: Recent Additions to the Permanent Collection (July 12, 2008 – November 9, 2008)
Hispanic Lives, Latin Worlds: Simple Complexities (Vidas Hispanas, Mundos Latinos: Simplicidad y Complejidad) (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (September 6, 2008 – October 12, 2008)
Bare Witness: Photographs by Gordon Parks (October 11, 2008 – January 4, 2009)
The Invented Worlds of Alida Fish (November 1, 2008 – February 8, 2009)
Masterpieces in Miniature (November 1, 2008 – January 11, 2009)
Frank E. Schoonover: An Artist for All Seasons (November 22, 2008 – February 1, 2009)
2009 Paintings from the Reign of Victoria: The Royal Holloway Collection, London (February 1, 2009 – April 12, 2009)
John Sloan in Philadelphia and New York (February 21, 2009 – September 20, 2009)
The Possibilities of Pause: Delaware Women’s Conference 2009 Juried Exhibition (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (March 7, 2009 – April 19, 2009)
Ancestry and Innovation: African American Art from the American Folk Art Museum (May 9, 2009 – July 12, 2009)
Out of The Commonplace: The Folk Art of Delaware (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (May 16, 2009 – August 16, 2009)
Illustrating Her World: Ellen B. T. Pyle (August 1, 2009 – January 3, 2010)
Exposed! — Revealing Sources in Contemporary Art (August 15, 2009 – October 4, 2009)
Maxfield Parrish: Illustrated Letters (October 17, 2009 – January 17, 2010)
Fantasies and Fairy-Tales: Maxfield Parrish and the Art of the Print (October 31, 2009 – January 10, 2010)
Masterpieces in Miniature (November 7, 2009 – January 10, 2010)
Delaware by Hand: Masterworks (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (November 14, 2009 – January 17, 2010)
2010 Women Collared for Work (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (February 6, 2010 – March 21, 2010)
Dinotopia: The Fantastical Art of James Gurney (February 6, 2010 – May 16, 2010)
Faster than the Eye Can See: Photographs by Harold Edgerton (February 13, 2010 – April 25, 2010)
Haiti: A Tribute in Art (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (May 8, 2010 – July 11, 2010)
The Pastoral Vision—British Prints, 1800 – Present (May 15, 2010 – August 15, 2010)
Fifty Works for the First State: The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection (June 19, 2010 – August 29, 2010)
Modern Morphism: Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (August 7, 2010 – October 3, 2010)
A Belief in the Power of Beauty: A Selection of Works by May Morris (1862 – 1938) (August 28, 2010 – January 2, 2011)
Leonard Baskin: Art from the Gift of Alfred Appel, Jr. (September 26, 2010 – January 9, 2011)
Ultra-Realistic Sculpture by Marc Sijan (November 13, 2010 – January 16, 2011)
2011 Cool and Collected: Portfolios of Photographs from the Museum Collection (January 28, 2011 – May 1, 2011)
Fred Comegys Photographs (February 12, 2011 – May 1, 2011)
Battle of the Sexes (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (March 5, 2011 – May 22, 2011)
Escape to Adventure: Focus on Arthur E. Becher (March 19, 2011 – December 31, 2011)
Perception/Deception: Illusion in Contemporary Art (May 21, 2011 – September 25, 2011)
Pre-Raphaelites in Print: The Age of Photomechanical Reproduction (June 18, 2011 – September 17, 2011)
Creativity Multiplied: Art Teachers of the Christina School District (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (June 25, 2011 – August 21, 2011)
Anne Truitt: Luminosities (October 15, 2011 – January 8, 2012)
Howard Pyle: American Master Rediscovered (November 12, 2011 – March 4, 2012)
Masterpieces in Miniature: A Celebration of Howard Pyle (November 19, 2011 – January 8, 2012)
In the Spirit of Tradition: The Studio Group (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (December 3, 2011 – January 15, 2012)
2012 Dana Pyle’s Howard Pyle Miniatures (January 14, 2012 – March 4, 2012)
A Secret Book of Designs: The Burne-Jones Flower Book (January 28, 2012 – April 22, 2012)
Beyond Words: The Symbolic Language of Plants (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (February 4, 2012– July 29, 2012)
Tales of Folk and Fairies: The Life and Work of Katharine Pyle (February 18, 2012 – September 9, 2012)
Painted Poetry: The Art of Mary Page Evans (March 31, 2012 – July 15, 2012)
100 Works for 100 Years (June 23, 2012 – September 16, 2012)
Once Upon a Time in Delaware/In Quest of the Perfect Book (June 23, 2012 – September 16, 2012)
The Aesthetic Moment: The Art of Still Life (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (September 1, 2012 – January 6, 2013)
“So Beautifully Illustrated” – Katharine Richardson Wireman and the Art of Illustration (October 6, 2012 – January 6, 2013)
12 x 12 (October 20, 2012 – January 13, 2013)
Centennial Juried Exhibition (October 20, 2012 – January 13, 2013)
2013 State of the Art: Illustration 100 Years After Howard Pyle (February 9, 2013 – June 2, 2013)
Creative Powers: Selections from Art Ability (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (March 9, 2013 – May 26, 2013)
Gertrude Käsebier’s Photographs of the Eight: Portraits for Promotion (February 23, 2013 – July 7, 2013)
Imagined Places: The Art of Alexi Natchev (March 2, 2013 – August 4, 2013)
French Twist: Masterworks of Photography from Atget to Man Ray (June 29, 2013 – September 15, 2013)
Recognition: Artists of the Delaware Foundation for the Visual Arts (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (July 21, 2013 – October 13, 2013)
The Touch of Art: Book Bindings by Sarah Wyman Whitman (August 25, 2013 – January 5, 2014)
Femfolio (September 14, 2013 – January 12, 2014)
American Moderns, 1910 – 1960: From O’Keeffe to Rockwell (October 12, 2013 – January 5, 2014)
For the Love of Art: Teaching Artists of the Red Clay School District (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (November 2, 2013 – January 19, 2014)
The Topography of Oz (November 29, 2013 – December 29, 2013)
2014 “Blessed are the Peacemakers”: Violet Oakley’s The Angel of Victory (1941) (February 8, 2014 – May 25, 2014)
FiberNext (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (February 15, 2014 – April 13, 2014)
Fashion, Circus, Spectacle: Photographs by Scott Heiser (March 8, 2014 – June 1, 2014)
Transitions: The Brandywine Photo Collective (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (May 3, 2014 – August 10, 2014)
Retro·active: Performance Art from 1964–1987 (June 14, 2014 – September 21, 2014)
Performance Now (July 12, 2014 – September 21, 2014)
Portable Fire: A History of Match Safes (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (September 13, 2014 – March 15, 2015)
Nature Morte: Platinum Prints by Bruce Katsiff (October 4, 2014 – January 25, 2015)
From Houdini to Hugo: The Art of Brian Selznick (October 18, 2014 – January 11, 2015)
2015 Oscar Wilde’s Salomé: Illustrating Death and Desire (February 7, 2015 – May 10, 2015)
Elliott Erwitt: Dog Dogs (March 7, 2015 – May 24, 2015)
Layering Constructs: Margo Allman, Charles Burwell, Antonio Puri (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (April 11, 2015 – August 2, 2015)
Howard Pyle Murals (August 14, 2015 – December 31, 2020)
The Puzzling World of John Sloan (June 6, 2015 – September 6, 2015)
Dream Streets: Art in Wilmington 1970–1990 (June 27, 2015 – September 27, 2015)
Reconstructed Elements: Richard H. Bailey, Helen Mason, Stan Smokler (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (September 5, 2015 – January 3, 2016)
Helen Farr Sloan, 1911–2005 (September 26, 2015 – January 10, 2016)
Poetry in Beauty: The Pre-Raphaelite Art of Marie Spartali Stillman (November 7, 2015 – January 31, 2016)
2016 Inside Out: Carol Tippit Woolworth, Catherine Drabkin, Pahl Alexander Hluchan, Colleen Randall, Daniel Jackson (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (January 23, 2016 – April 24, 2016)
Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art (March 5, 2016 – May 29, 2016)
Duality (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (May 14, 2016 – August 14, 2016)
Edward Koren: The Capricious Line (June 25, 2016 – September 18, 2016)
Dark Humor: African American Art from the University of Delaware (July 16, 2016 – September 25, 2016)
Fluidity: Carla Lombardi, N. Sarangoulis, Libbie Soffer, Valetta (Outlooks Exhibition Series) (September 3, 2016 – February 12, 2017)
Elizabeth Osborne: The Sixties (October 8, 2016 – January 8, 2017)
Truth & Vision: 21st Century Realism (October 22, 2016 – January 22, 2017)
2017 Wonder and Whimsy: The Illustrations of W. Heath Robinson (March 4, 2017 – May 21, 2017)
12×12 Student Exhibition (March 15, 2017 – April 23, 2017)
Assemblage: A Regional Collective of Women Artists (May 13, 2017 – September 3, 2017)
The Cover Sells the Book: Transformations in Commercial Book Publishing, 1860-1920 (June 3, 2017 – August 27, 2017)
The Original Mad Man: Illustrations by Mac Conner (June 24, 2017 – September 17, 2017)
Craig Colorusso: Sound + Light (July 14, 2017 – July 23, 2017)
Tableau: The Art of Richard Cleaver (September 16, 2017 – January 7, 2018)
The Fabric of Life: Works in Fiber by the Harmony Weavers Guild (September 30, 2017 – January 14, 2018)
An American Journey: The Art of John Sloan (October 21, 2017 – January 28, 2018)
the seeing glass (November 18, 2017 – January 14, 2018)
2018
Point, Counter-Point: Alan Soffer, Brian Dickerson, Moe Brooker (February 10, 2018 – April 29, 2018)
Eye on Nature: Andrew Wyeth and John Ruskin (March 10, 2018 – May 27, 2018)
African American Art: Migration and Modernism (March 13, 2018 – September 2, 2018)
Impermanence: Mystery, Transformation, Light (May 19, 2018 – August 5, 2018)
The Montgomery Bus Boycott: Drawings by Harvey Dinnerstein and Burton Silverman (June 30, 2018 – September 9, 2018)
Danny Lyon: Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement (June 30, 2018 – September 9, 2018)
Black Survival Guide, or How to Live Through a Police Riot (July 14, 2018 – September 30, 2018)
Intimate Visions: Paintings on Paper featuring David Hornung, Constance Moore Simon, Žaneta Zubkova (August 25, 2018 – January 6, 2019)
Wonders of Wilmington: Gifts from the Hotel du Pont Collection (September 8, 2018 – January 13, 2019)
Juried Craft Exhibition (October 20, 2018 – January 27, 2019)
Politics and Paint: Barbara Bodichon and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood (November 3, 2018 – February 3, 2019)
2019
Fairy Tales to Nursery Rhymes: The Droller Collection of Picture Book Art (March 2, 2019 – May 12, 2019)
The Loper Tradition: Paintings by Edward Loper, Sr. and Edward Loper, Jr. (March 23, 2019 – August 4, 2019)
Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago (June 22, 2019 – September 8, 2019)
Mitch Lyons: The Hand Translated (September 7, 2019 – February 2, 2020)
Angela Fraleigh: Sound the Deep Waters (October 5, 2019 – April 12, 2020)
Posing Beauty in African American Culture (October 19, 2019 – January 26, 2020)
2020
Julio daCunha: Modernizing Myths (February 29, 2020 – November 1, 2020)
Black Survival Guide, or How to Live Through a Police Riot (July 5, 2020 – November 1, 2020)
Layered Abstraction: Margo Allman & Helen Mason (March 21, 2020 – January 17, 2021)