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Located on South Seventh Street, this gallery exhibits a collection of works from the 19th century to the present by American artists, including Ansel Adams, Edward Hopper, Andy Warhol and American regionalists Thomas Hart Benton, and Grant Wood. Also featured are films, lectures, concerts and special exhibits.

Closed on holidays.

Location: 25 S. Seventh St., Terre Haute Indiana 47807 Telephone 812-238-1676

Other Art nearby:
(Paris) Bicentennial Art Center & Museum
(Rockville) Covered Bridge Art Gallery
(Bloomington) Indiana University Art Museum
(Terre Haute) Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Gallery
(Terre Haute) Swope Art Museum
(Charleston) Tarble Arts Center

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