Experience a magnificent array of art.

Generations of American artists have been inspired by the unmatched beauty of the Maine landscape. Frederic Edwin Church, Thomas Cole, and Fitz Henry Lane first came here in the mid-19th century. Other artists such as Berenice Abbott, George Bellows, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Marguerite Zorach, and three generations of the Wyeth family have lived and worked in Maine, where they have profoundly influenced American art. This vibrant tradition continues today in the work of contemporary artists who call Maine their home.

The Maine Art Museum Trail offers more than 73,000 works of art, from ancient to contemporary, in collections featuring works by the many artists associated with Maine, such as Marsden Hartley, Robert
Indiana, Alex Katz, Rockwell Kent, John Marin, and Louise Nevelson. The Trail also includes paintings from Mary Cassatt,
Edgar Degas, and Pierre-Auguste Renoir, early American silver and furniture, as well as contemporary prints, photographs, and sculpture from Maine and around the world.

This map will guide you on your journey. Welcome to the Maine Art Museum Trail!

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