Arnot Art Museum

235 Lake Street, Elmira, NY 14901 - United States





The Arnot Art Museum is a world-class institution of fine art in Elmira, N.Y. Known for the Matthias H. Arnot collection of sixteenth through nineteenth century European paintings and sculpture. The Arnot also holds a significant collection of Hudson River School paintings and a growing collection of Contemporary Realist works. The founding collection represents one of the last remaining gilded-age private collections still housed in its original showcase parlor and displayed in the salon style. The eight additional gallery spaces contain exhibitions curated seasonally.


A Collector’s Vision: The Matthias Hollenback Arnot Collection
A collection of fine 17th to 19th century European paintings, featuring Jules Breton, Jean-François Millet, and Jean-Léon Gérôme.

Reflections of Ancient Cultures
This founding collection exhibit holds interesting artifacts from Ancient Egypt, and East Asia.

High Fidelity: Anthony Brunelli and the Digital Age Photorealists

National Traditions
Selections from the Museum's American Collections 1785-2005

Kathie Meredith: Breaking Barriers
Motorsport photographs from the Racing Center

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