Fleming Museum of Art
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A small, interesting collection at the University of Vermont in Burlington.
The Fleming Museum of Art is a museum of art and anthropology. It was hailed as "a practical place of learning — a vibrant, ongoing educational institution for both children and adults.
This art museum built in 1931 has a mammoth collection of art through the ages, including European and American paintings and prints, paintings by 20th-century Vermont artists, African and Asian art and ancient art objects.
The Fleming Museum is located on the campus of the University of Vermont, which, chartered in 1791, is one of the nation's oldest universities.
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