Demuth Museum

The Demuth Museum - Lancaster City

Demuth Museum

120 East King Street
Lancaster, PA 17602
717-299-9940

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Home & Studio of Modernist Artist Charles Demuth

The Demuth Museum - Lancaster City

A master watercolorist and pioneer of the Precisionist style, Charles Demuth (1883 – 1935) was an early American Modern artist and a native of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. 

The Demuth Museum was established in 1981 in his former home and studio. Today, the Demuth Museum offers a unique experience of Demuth‘s artistic life and groundbreaking works through its collections, exhibitions, and educational programs that explore Demuth‘s legacy. The museum‘s permanent collection contains over 55 Demuth works from throughout the artist‘s career, which rotates on display. 

Visitors can also enjoy the Demuth gardens, planted with many of the same flowers cultivated by the artist‘s mother and featured in his renowned floral works.

Said to have been the oldest tobacco shop in the United States, the Demuth Tobacco Shop closed its doors in 2010.  Enjoy a virtual tour featuring the history of the Demuth Tobacco Shop & Snuff Mill! Learn more about Demuth’s family history, Lancaster’s tobacco manufacturing, the shop & snuff mill, and how the family business influenced the art of Charles Demuth.

 

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Demuth Museum

120 East King Street
Lancaster, PA 17602
717-299-9940

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Exhibitions    Events    Hours

Lancaster Museum of Art

135 North Lime Street,  Lancaster, PA 17602,  717-394-3497

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The Lancaster Museum of Art supports local and regional artists with community-focused exhibitions and provides a facility for national traveling exhibitions. Established in 1965 by a group of artists and community leaders, the museum works to serve a diverse community and inspire a new generation of creatives.    Visit Website

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