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Hood on the Road

See works from the Hood’s permanent collection on view throughout New England and beyond.

Hood on the Road map

Works from the Hood are on loan to museums from coast to coast!

The Hood's Georgia O'Keefe painting Georgia O’Keeffe, Taos Mountain, New Mexico, (1930), at the Fleming Museum of Art. Photo by Chris Dissing.

Georgia O'Keeffe's Taos Mountain, New Mexico, 1930 (far right), on view at the Fleming Museum of Art, University of Vermont. Photo by Chris Dissing.

The Hood's Abbott Thayer painting Below Mount Monadnock (about 1913) installed in the Williams College Museum of Art's exhibition Not Theories But Revelations: The Art and Science of Abbott Thayer. Courtesy of the Williams College Museum of Art.

Abbott Thayer's Below Mount Monadnock (right), about 1913, installed in the Williams College Museum of Art's exhibition Not Theories But Revelations: The Art and Science of Abbott Thayer. Courtesy of the Williams College Museum of Art. Photo by Arthur Evans.

Ivan Albright, The Vermonter (If Life Were Life There Would Be No Death), 1966–77 installed at the Fleming Museum of Art. Photo by Chris Dissing.

Ivan Albright's The Vermonter (If Life Were Life There Would Be No Death), 1966–77 (far right), on view at the Fleming Museum of Art, University of Vermont. Photo by Chris Dissing.

The Hood's Alex Katz painting Supper, (1974), being installed at the Fleming Museum of Art. Photo by Chris Dissing.

Alex Katz's Supper, 1974, being installed at the Fleming Museum of Art, University of Vermont. Photo by Chris Dissing.

The building is closed for expansion and renovation, but you can still see key works from the collection. Nearly fifty works of art are traveling to more than a dozen museums throughout the northeast and as far away as Tampa, Fort Worth, and San Francisco. Many are already on view.

Over the next three years, look for events celebrating the Hood’s collection at venues throughout the country. Dartmouth alumni and friends of the Hood Museum of Art are invited to join us! Details will follow on this page.

Long-Terms Loans from the Hood’s Permanent Collection

*Before traveling to see art lent by the Hood, it would be wise to check with the borrowing museum to see if the work is currently on view.

Williams College Museum of Art

Colby College Museum of Art

Smith College Museum of Art

Yale University Art Gallery

Princeton University Art Museum

Middlebury College Art Museum

The Fleming Museum of Art, University of Vermont

Learn more about these works on loan to the Fleming on ArtDaily.org.

Currier Museum of Art

Amon Carter Museum of American Art

Bowdoin College Museum of Art

Harvard Art Museums

Toledo Museum of Art

Columbus Museum of Art

Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State University of New York

Tampa Museum of Art

Hood on the Road is part of the museum's four-point plan for continued programming during the interval of our construction and reinstallation. Join us as we stay engaged on campus and in the community through innovative exhibitions and events.

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