Mead Art Museum

Hours

Sunday          9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Monday          Closed
Tuesday          9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Wednesday         9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Thursday         9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Friday         9 a.m.–8 p.m.
Saturday         9 a.m.–5 p.m.

On Wednesday, June 3, the Mead will be closed from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for employees to attend the Amherst College Employee Picnic.


Late Nineteenth-Century Art

Fairchild Gallery North

Albert Bierstadt, By a Mountain Lake (Lake in the Grand Tetons
Albert Bierstadt
By a Mountain Lake (Lake in the Grand Tetons), ca. 1880–88
AC 2002.129
Alfred T. Bricher, Echo Lake, New Hampshire, ca. 1860s
Alfred T. Bricher
Echo Lake, New Hampshire, ca. 1860s
AC 1968.18
George Loring Brown August Morning (near Rome, Ariccia, Italy), 1855
George Loring Brown
August Morning (near Rome, Ariccia, Italy), 1855
AC 1969.71

Samuel Colman
A Bridge
, undated
AC 1979.92

Jasper Cropsey, Tappan Zee, 1860s
Jasper Cropsey
Tappan Zee, 1860s
AC 1969.75
Jasper Francis Cropsey, Lake Wawayanda, New Jersey 1874

Jasper Cropsey
Lake Wawayanda, New Jersey
, 1874
AC 1958.47

Aimé Jules Dalou, Woman Reading, ca. 1877

Aimé Jules Dalou
Woman Reading
, ca. 1877
AC 1974.19

Thomas Francis Dicksee, Ophelia, 1875
Thomas Francis Dicksee
Ophelia, 1875
AC 1961.4
Attributed to the Dokimasia Painter, Cup (kylix), 490–475 B.C.E.
Attributed to the Dokimasia Painter
Cup (kylix), 490–475 B.C.E.
1962.74
Joseph Durham, On the Seashore, 1872
 

Joseph Durham
On the Seashore, 1872
AC 1961.54

Sanford Robinson Gifford, Indian Lake, ca. 1869
Sanford Robinson Gifford
Indian Lake, ca. 1869
AC 1967.87
Greek, Late Classical period, Relief fragment with dining hero or god, 380–320 B.C.E.
Greek, Late Classical period
Relief fragment with dining hero or god, 380–320 B.C.E.
AC S.1937.3
Greek, Late Classical period, Grave relief fragment with bearded man’s head, c. 380 B.C.E.
Greek, Late Classical period
Grave relief fragment with bearded man’s head, c. 380 B.C.E.
AC S.1940.1
Attributed to the Harrow Painter, Large bowl (krater), 480–470 B.C.E.
Attributed to the Harrow Painter
Large bowl (krater), 480–470 B.C.E.
AC 1957.66
Pitcher in the shapeo f a woman's head, 325-300 B.C.E.
Greek, Early Hellenistic period
Pitcher in the shape of a woman’s head, 325–300 B.C.E.
AC 1979.10
Greek, Late Classical–Early Hellenistic period, Pitcher (epichysis), 340–320 B.C.E.
Greek, Late Classical–Early Hellenistic period
Pitcher (epichysis), 340–320 B.C.E.
AC 1979.91
George Inness, Landscape with Farmhouse, 1869
George Inness
Landscape with Farmhouse, 1869
AC 1948.49
John Frederick Kensett, Niagara Falls, 1851-1852

John Frederick Kensett
Niagara Falls
, 1851–1852
AC 1958.49

John Frederick Kensett, The Fawn’s Leap, 1859
John Frederick Kensett
The Fawn’s Leap, 1859
AC 1975.101

Charles Robert Leslie
Queen Catherine of Aragon's Interview with Capucius, Henry VIII's Ambassador, at Kimbolton (Scene from Shakespeare's Henry VIII, Act IV, Scene 2), ca. 1849
AC 1961.90

Attributed to the Painter of Vatican 73, Pitcher (olpe), 630–615 B.C.E.
 
Attributed to the Painter of Vatican 73
Pitcher (olpe), 630–615 B.C.E.
AC 1963.129
Jervis McEntee, Seaside Landscape near Newport, Rhode Island
Jervis McEntee
Sea from Shore, 1873
AC 1975.100
Attributed to the Medea Group
Black-Figure Amphora
AC 1950.59

Francis Davis Millet
Fra Fillipo Lippi and Lucrezia Butti
, 1874–1875
AC 1982.123

Thomas Moran, The Approaching Storm, 1902
Thomas Moran
The Approaching Storm, 1902
AC 1981.136
Attributed to the Oinokles Painter, Jar (amphora), 475–450 B.C.E.
Attributed to the Oinokles Painter
Jar (amphora), 475–450 B.C.E.
AC 1941.23
William Rimmer, Massacre of the Innocents, ca. 1858
William Rimmer
Massacre of the Innocents, ca. 1858
AC 1973.92
William Henry Rinehart, Sleeping Children, ca. 1874
William Henry Rinehart
Sleeping Children, ca. 1874
AC 1996.162
John Ritchie

John Ritchie
The Stonemason
AC 1979.72

Ary Scheffer, Paolo and Francesca, 1856
Ary Scheffer
Paolo and Francesca, 1856
AC 1965.110
Elihu Vedder, Etruscan Girl, 1868
Elihu Vedder
Etruscan Girl, 1868
AC 1950.22
 

Hours

Sunday          9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Monday          Closed
Tuesday          9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Wednesday         9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Thursday         9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Friday         9 a.m.–8 p.m.
Saturday         9 a.m.–5 p.m.

On Wednesday, June 3, the Mead will be closed from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for employees to attend the Amherst College Employee Picnic.