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Truman Seymour, A View of Florence Across the Arno (detail), 19th century, watercolor on thin, smooth off-white wove paper, Gift of the Reverend and Mrs. DeWolf Perry, 1986.133, not on view.
William Charles Stevens, Path Through the Woods, 1913, oil on canvas, Museum Purchase, 1917.174, not on view.
Dirck Hals, Merry Company with Violinist, about 1628, oil on panel, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John Adam, Jr., 1994.289.1
The Arts Can Sustain,
But Only With Your Help
We are all living in strange times and facing challenges we never imagined. Closing the Worcester Art Museum—along with museums all around the country—was unthinkable just weeks ago. Now with our galleries and studios closed, the Museum staff has switched to offering free online and digital content for all those interested in the visual arts as an appreciator, artist, scholar, or student.
Support from our friends has never been more important. If you are able to provide financial support now, at whatever amount possible, it will be put to immediate use. We need financial support to provide digital art experiences, but also to keep WAM healthy so that, when the time is right, we can reopen, and play an active role in rebuilding the social and emotional strength of our community.
Thank you for your care and appreciation of all that WAM can and will provide.
Please make a donation
to the WAM Fund
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Or, send your check to: Development Office, Worcester Art Museum,
55 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA 01609.