In compliance with the Governor's order, the Clark is temporarily closed. We will provide an update on reopening plans on April 7.
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The Clark’s collection features European and American paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, photographs, and decorative arts from the Renaissance to the early twentieth century. The collection is especially rich in French Impressionist works—including nearly thirty by Pierre-August Renoir–and Academic paintings, British oil sketches, drawings, and silver, as well as the work of American artists Winslow Homer, George Inness, and John Singer Sargent. 


A full series of educational programs for the public is designed to encourage a wide range of audiences to explore, understand, and enjoy the Clark's collections and the visual arts. These offerings include guided gallery talks, printed gallery guides, and events and activities designed for all ages. Other programs include lectures, films, studio art courses, and other specialized classes. To learn about upcoming programs, see the Calendar of Events.