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The Clark Art Institute is best known for its French Impressionist paintings by Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Camille Pissarro, and especially Pierre-Auguste Renoir, with more than thirty paintings by the artist. The collection is also rich in American...more
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I am nearly over the fact that the museum charges $20 adult admission year round. At least there is a nice off-season exhibition to go along with the permanent collection.
The American Decorative Arts section is especially impressive, akin to that of the Brooklyn Museum...More
The Clark is a spectacularly good museum -- beautifully designed with a world-class collection, especially strong on European and American art. See the online collection at their website! The size of the Clark is perfect for a two-day visit, and one day is not enough....More
We went for a special exhibit of works by Turner and Constable. It was superb. The entrance to the museum is a bit forbidding, but once in, the space is open and full of light.
There is a nice café downstairs with a small but...More
We visited for a special exhibit but came away very impressed with their permanent collection as well. It is a modern, open accessible building with a surprisingly robust collection of European and American impressionists. Definitely worth a visit.
We visited the Clark yesterday for the Constable and Turner landscape exhibit. We frequent the Clark at least four or five times a year to enjoy their special exhibits as well as their permanent collection. Yes, we are members. It is a great place to...More
This is a must see stop if you are in the area. Such wonderful pieces of art here in this unique Museum. Works by Remington, Homer, and so many other great artists. We will go back next year during our winter visit.
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Café 7, a casual restaurant located on the lower level of the Clark Center, is open Tuesday through Sunday, 10 am-4 pm and daily July-August, 10 am-4 pm. and features soup, sandwiches, salads, baked goods, and coffee.