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Notable Collections

Over a period of more than two hundred years UVM has carefully assembled --by gifts and acquisitions-- remarkable collections of art and artifacts from various cultures and civilizations, as well as collections with a special focus upon the history and culture of Vermont. The two principal repositories at UVM for these visual arts collections are the Robert Hull Fleming Museum and Special Collections of Bailey-Howe Library. They offer unparalleled opportunities for students and visitors to study original works of art first hand and to more completely understand the work in its larger cultural context when displayed in changing exhibitions.


Horace Day, Quarry, 1936 (Waterclr).
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..."

One Hundred Master Drawings...,
Dartmouth, 1973, (Stinehour Press).
Special Collections, Bailey/Howe Library
"Visual materials, particularly as they relate to the history of the book, are an important focus of the UVM Libraries Special Collections Department. This collection was built on a core of approximately 300 illustrated editions of Ovid's Metamorphosis, other classical and early European illustrated books from 1470 to the..."