The newest work of art to be added to The Westmoreland's permanent collection is Lilly Martin Spencer's (1822–1902), Still Life with Apples, 1891.
Category: Permanent Collection
In The Swimming Pool, Davids depicts the end of an idyllic summer day at a swimming pool in a rural area, shown by the rolling hills dotted with the occasional house in the background.
In celebration of LGBTQIA+ Pride Month and our upcoming Greensburg Pride Celebration, June 26, 5-9pm, you need to get to know these 5 LGBTQIA+ artists from our collection, three deceased […]
In honor of AAPI Heritage month, we wanted to amplify and celebrate the work of Tadasky (Tadasuke Kuwayama), who surged onto the New York art scene in the early 1960s […]
It’s that time of year again: #MarchMadness, and another #ArtMadness Tournament on the Museum’s Instagram! This year our Tournament pits 16 artworks, nominated by Museum staff members, against each other. The […]
Name 5 artists? How many of them that you named were women? Can you name 3 women artists? How about 5? If you are wondering why you may have named […]
Like many art museums across the county, The Westmoreland postponed its temporary exhibition program due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This provided the Museum with an opportunity to examine and exhibit […]
Throughout history, artists of color have been excluded from academic associations and teaching institutions and have not been fully recognized for their talents, achievements, and contributions to the art world. […]
For this season’s Animated Landscape, we are featuring Alfred S. Wall’s Old Saw Mill, 1851. Enjoy the sights and sounds of a wintry landscape, covered in snow, from your very […]
Due to restrictions implemented by the State of Pennsylvania, The Westmoreland Museum of American Art was closed to the public from Saturday, December 12, 2020 through Tuesday, January 5, 2021, […]
After being absent from The Westmoreland’s 19th Century Gallery for almost a year due to its frame undergoing an extensive conservation treatment, visitor favorite Rip Van Winkle by George Frederick […]
For this Animated Landscape installment, we turn toward fall and William Coventry Wall’s View Along the Allegheny Near Aspinwall Pa., 1867. [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftyN_OtXNa0[/embedyt] William Coventry Wall was born in London […]