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Ogunquit Museum-American Art

Doporučuje 20 místních ·
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The OMAA was founded by Lost Generation artist Henry Strater and opened in 1953. It represents some of the earliest roots of American modernism.
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Karin
Karin
February 13, 2020
A bit of a drive but well worth it! Outdoor sculpture garden directly on the ocean. Great collection of American art.
Charleen
Charleen
July 30, 2019
I personally haven't been but it's been on my list for-ev-er. Please check it out and tell me what I'm missing!
Terina
Terina
July 18, 2019
The only museum in Maine devoted solely to American art. Its focus is modern and contemporary pieces and has a permanent collection of over 3,000 pieces.
Tom
Tom
August 27, 2018
Very nice art gallery on a beautiful ocean setting and gardens. My wife works there as a Docent
Andrea
Andrea
June 23, 2018
Exceptionally breathtaking! Incredibly curated.

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Lokalita
543 Shore Road
Ogunquit, ME 03907
Telefon+1 207-646-4909
Webové stránkyogunquitmuseum.org
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