Musée de Portland
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The Museum's collection contains more than 17,000 fine and decorative works of art dating from the 18th century to the present. The collection includes paintings, sculpture, prints, photography, glass and ceramics, artists' books, furniture, and much more.
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A lovely, well curated museum:) A half hour walk or 10 minute drive on Congress Street to High Street.
My favorite! Been a member for years and even a docent at one time. Permanent collections and a special exhibit room that changes frequently - look it up; you won't be disappointed.
A wonderful small museum in the center of the city with a fabulous collection.
A pretty big art museum for a little city with pieces from Andy Warhol, Winslow Homer, Louise Nevelson and Claude Monet in the collection. The museum serves as a focal point during First Friday art walks, Maine's largest free monthly cultural event.
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