Delaware Art Museum
The Delaware Art Museum is an art museum located on the Kentmere Parkway in Wilmington, Delaware, which holds a collection of more than 12,000 works. The museum, founded in 1912 by the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts in honor of the artist Howard Pyle, focuses on American art and illustration from the 19th to the 21st century as well as the English Pre-Raphaelite movement of the mid-19th century. Newly renovated and expanded, the Delaware Art Museum offers a 9-acre (36,000 m 2) Sculpture Park, the Helen Farr Sloan Library & Archives, studio art classes, an interactive Kids’ Corner learning area, the delART Café featuring free Wi-Fi access, and the Museum Store with distinctive books and gifts.

Collections
The permanent collections at the museum consist of the following:
  • The Samuel & Mary R. Bancroft Pre-Raphaelite Collection, including works by:
    • Ford Madox Brown
    • Edward Burne-Jones
    • Julia Margaret Cameron
    • Walter Crane
    • Kate Greenaway
    • William Holman Hunt
    • John Everett Millais
    • Albert Joseph Moore
    • William Morris
    • Dante Gabriel Rossetti
    • Frederic Sandys
    • Elizabeth Siddal
    • Simeon Solomon
    • Marie Spartali Stillman
    • George Frederic Watts
  • American Art of the 19th Century, including works by:
    • Jefferson David Chalfant
    • Frederic Edwin Church
    • Thomas Dewing
    • Winslow Homer
    • George Inness
    • Raphaelle Peale
    • Severin Roesen
    • Augustus Saint-Gaudens
    • John Henry Twachtman
  • Howard Pyle and His Students, including works by:
    • N. C. Wyeth
  • American Illustration, including works by:
    • Charles Dana Gibson
    • Elizabeth Shippen Green
    • John Held, Jr.
    • J. C. Leyendecker
    • Thomas Nast
    • Coles Phillips
  • John Sloan and The Eight, including works by:
    • Robert Henri
    • George Luks
  • American Art of the Early 20th Century, including works by:
    • Charles E. Burchfield
    • Lydia Field Emmet
    • John D. Graham
    • Marsden Hartley
    • Edward Hopper
    • Jacob Lawrence
    • Paul Manship
    • Reginald Marsh
    • William Zorach
  • Post World War II American Art, including works by:
    • Deborah Butterfield
    • Grace Hartigan
    • Al Held
    • Robert Indiana
    • David Lund
    • Louise Nevelson
    • Mark Tobey
    • Andrew Wyeth