Sterling & Francine Clark Art Institute

225 South Street
Williamstown, MA

Phone: 413-458-2303

Statement of Purpose

Old master paintings from 14th century; French impressionists, prints and drawings; english silver.

Highlights & Collections

The Clark Art Institute is best known for its French impressionist paintings, including more than thirty by Renoir. Also included are significant American paintings by Homer, Sargent, and Remington, and old master paintings. Selections from the extensive collections of English and American silver and continental porcelain, prints and drawings, and sculpture are also on view. A variety of special exhibitions, concerts, films, lectures, and tours are offered year-round. The Clark's grounds are extensive and include nature trails, and herb garden, and picnic facilities.

Exhibits & Special Events:


Outdoor concerts are an annual tradition at the Clark. Picnics, blankets, and lawn chairs are encouraged; free balloons will be given to children. On these evenings, the galleries will remain open until the start of the concerts. In the event of rain, concerts will be moved to the auditorium.



Admission & Directions:


Key Personnel:

Mr. Michael Conforti, Director

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