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Art History, Moving Image
The Ogunquit Museum of American Art is the only museum in the State of Maine devoted exclusively to the exhibition and collection of American Art. The permanent collection includes over 1500 works of art, including paintings, sculptures, photography and graphics. It houses one of the largest collections of ceramic sculpture by Carl Walters; watercolors by Eliot O’Hara; oils by Henry Strater; and drawings and sculpture by Isabella Howland. The Museum is one of only two U.S. institutions possessing a complete set of all the graphic works of Jack Levine. It also has eight Reginald Marsh tempera and watercolor depictions of the Bowery and Coney Island; and seven fine works by Marsden Hartley. The OMAA collection includes a variety of works by artists associated with the famed Ogunquit arts colony, including Edward Betts, Charles Woodbury, Hamilton Easter Field and Robert Laurent.
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