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The Collections of the Robert Hull Fleming Museum

"The Robert Hull Fleming Museum's Collection of 20,000 objects represents the most culturally diverse educational resource in the state of Vermont. The collection includes fine and decorative arts, costumes and textiles, and archaeological and ethnographic material from Europe, the Americas, Asia, Africa, and the Pacific. Museum collection objects are exhibited in long-term gallery displays, in changing exhibitions, and in our seminar room for classes by faculty request. A collection databased with images is currently being developed to increase access to the Fleming Museum's collections."
Janie Cohen - Director of the Robert Hull Fleming Museum

Fine Arts.
[Names designate principal donors]

Richard Diebenkorn, Reclining Nude, c. 1950.

Prints and Drawings [American and European] (Henry Schnakenberg, David Pitman) Particular emphasis upon late nineteenth and twentieth-century artists in New York City.

Chinese and Japanese (Katherine Wolcott and Jean Tennyson Boissevain)

Indian /South East Asian (Henry LeGrand Cannon Collection)

Twentieth century Sculpture [Maquettes] (Walter Cerf)

Vermont Paintings and Drawings (Felicia Meyer, Walter Cerf)

Decorative Arts and Textiles (Martha Caldwell )

David Johnson, Seascape, 1877.  

American Landscape Paintings (Ellen Fletcher )

Egyptian Antiquities (George Henry Perkins Acquisitions)

[Names designate principal donors]
Mola, San Blas Islands, c. 1973.  

Molas [hand applique panels/San Blas Islands, Panama] (Hauser)

Zulu Beads/African Sculpture (Smalley, Wunderman, Grout, Rose)

Nothwest Coast/Inuit (Canadian Studies Program)

Plains Indian (Read)

Anasazi/Mogollan (Thomas Wilber )

Pre-Columbian (Henry Schankenberg, Thomas Wilber)