20th Century

Portraits, abstract art, and 2 retro chairs with curved arms and orange fabric in 20th Century Collection

About The Art

The Butler Institute’s collection is presented historically, from its 1719 Limner portrait through the 21st-century avant-garde. Pictured above is a gathering from the early 20th century, representative of The Eight, also known as the Ashcan School. This gallery also includes Charles Sheeler’s Steam Turbine, Georgia O’Keeffe’s Cottonwood Trees, George Luks’ Café Francis, Reginald Marsh’s The Normandie, and Arthur Dove’s Ice and Clouds.

LOCATION: Ford Gallery, Beeghly-Schaff Gallery, first floor

Selected Works

*Please note that the artworks in the permanent collection on display may undergo periodic changes and rotations. We suggest that if you’re traveling to the museum to view a specific piece of artwork, call us ahead of time to confirm it is currently on display (330-743-1107 ext. 1108)


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