Welcome to The Phillips Museum of Art online registry of collections. We are currently in the process of digitizing our diverse collections, which include: Pennsylvania German folk art, quilts, spatterware, ceramics, silver and furniture, early American and European paintings and prints, International materials culture items, modern and contemporary American, Asian and European paintings, prints, and a growing collection of important photographs. Please visit our site often, as we will be adding new information every week. We encourage you visit our website at http://www.fandm.edu/phillipsmuseum.xml to learn about upcoming exhibits and programs. Enjoy the collections!

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  • Moulon Rouge 

    Herblot (unknown)
    Watercolor of a Paris street scene, featuring the Moulon Rouge and Blanche Metro Station.
  • Pesach 

    Gross (American 1904-1991), Chaim
    Lithograph of a family celebrating Pesach, the Jewish Passover. Hebrew symbols are integrated into the scene.
  • Gloucester Shipwreck 

    Farnham (unknown), Alex
    Painting showing the shipwreck of a small sailboat. In the foreground, a man pulls a red boat to shore while a second figure observes the sinking ship.
  • New Iron 

    Gaertner (b. 1882), Fritz
    Etching of a man replacing a horsenulls horseshoe in front of a pair of farm buildings while two other men look on.
  • Lourdes 

    Herblot (unknown)
    Watercolor view of the city of Lourdes, with the Rosary Basilica framed against the Pyrenean Mountains.
  • F&M Class of 1912 

    Unknown
    Photograph of the Franklin and Marshall Class of 1912, dressed in their graduation robes.
  • Bullfighter Series (49/150) 

    Dali (Spanish 1904-1989), Salvador
    Print from Salvadore Dalinulls Bullfighter Series, showing the silhouettes of bullfighters and a bull accented with yellow and orange.
  • Generation Gap 

    Liljedren (unknown), Frank
    Oil painting of three small toy-like figures, one seated on a rock, another on a brick.
  • Back of Wes 

    Weiss (unknown), Cindy
    Landscape of an orange field with trees, with mountains in the background.
  • Walter Franklin 

    Balthazar (unknown), Charles; Saint-Mémin (French 1770-1852), Charles Balthazar Julien Fevret de
    Oval portrait of Water Franklin
  • Water Tower, Buchanan Park, Lancaster 

    Schopf (d. 1951), Harry F.
    Scene showing the red-roofed water tower in Buchannan Park, with Old Maine and other buildings of Franklin and Marshallnulls campus in the background.
  • Theodore Distler 

    Gates (unknown), John (1)
    Portrait of Theodore August Distler, College President of Franklin and Marshall College (1941-1954) with his hands resting on an open book.
  • In the Snow 

    Deryken (unknown), Van
    Scene of a red-brick building covered in snow.
  • Portrait of Serena Mayer 

    Eichholtz (American 1776-1842), Jacob
    Portrait of Serena Mayer, dressed in her white wedding dress and wearing a crown of flowers.
  • Portrait of Hugh M. North, Sr. 

    Breckenridge (American 1870-1937), Hugh Henry
    Portrait of Hugh McAlister North Sr. (1826-1907), dressed in a suit and bow-tie.
  • Col. George Mayer 

    Eichholtz (American 1776-1842), Jacob
    An oval portrait of Col. George Mayer in profile.
  • Residence of George Ross and George Ross House with Arched Spring 

    Unknown
    Side to side engravings of the George Ross House.
  • View on the Conestoga (near Lancaster) 

    Jones (Unknown), E
    Aerial view of the Conestoga River near Lancaster, featuring a tall, spindly tree and an arched bridge.
  • Figures in a Landscape 

    Breckenridge (American 1870-1937), Hugh Henry
    Landscape of figures in a yellow field.
  • W. King St., Lancaster, Pa (about 1845) 

    Unknown
    Etching of W. King Street (ca. 1845) showing residential buildings on a winding street and a church and steeple.

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