Your Museum, Reimagined
Come visit the new DelArt galleries, reopening throughout summer 2021. Shaped by community feedback, the Museum’s main floor reimagines the stories told with art. Significant new artworks by women and Black artists add depth and diversity. New design and conservation showcase the collection vibrantly and preserve it for future generations.
The Museum remains open during these changes. The new gallery of art by John Sloan and The Eight is now open to visitors. Further gallery closures and reopenings will continue from March – September 2021.
Full Schedule of Closures and Reopenings:
- On view now: New Gallery of John Sloan and the Eight
- March 22 – September 10: Howard Pyle and American Illustration closed
- March 22 – May 23: American Art 1757–1900 Limited selection on view
- May 26 – June 18: American Art 1757–1900 closed
- June 21 – July 30: British Pre-Raphaelites closed
- June 19: Picturing America (American Art through 1900) opens
- July 31: Radical Beauty (British Pre-Raphaelites) opens
- September 11: Howard Pyle and American Illustration opens; main floor galleries are fully reopened.
Sponsors: The Museum’s reinstallation is made possible by the generosity of Sewell C. Biggs and foundations including the Choptank Foundation, the Starrett Foundation, the Richard C. Von Hess Foundation, and the Sansom Foundation. This organization is supported, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts. The Division promotes Delaware arts events on www.DelawareScene.com.
Image: Old Brittany Farm Houses, 1902. Robert Henri (1865–1929). Oil on canvas, 25 1/2 x 32 1/16 inches, frame: 33 x 39 1/2 inches. Delaware Art Museum, Gift of Mrs. Janet J. Le Clair, 1986. Installation image of the the Sue Ann and John L. Weinberg Gallery, “John Sloan and The Eight.” 2021, Photograph by Carson Zullinger. © Delaware Art Museum.