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Formed in 1923 by Lucy Harwood and several members of the Taos Society of Artists, the Harwood Museum of Art is the second oldest museum in New Mexico. The museum has been affiliated with the University of New Mexico since 1935, and it now boasts...more
All reviews lovely collection modern trends early taos old town plaza extensive collection small collection changing exhibits from room to room northern new mexico on display ledoux street couple of hours santos higgins galleries vapor painters
This museum in no way compares to Millicent Rogers...Fechin House etc...an enormous amount of wall space wasted on non southwestern "modern" art that looks like 3rd grade art class material..wouldnt return or recommend.
Wonderful collection of vintage and modern art that reflects the history and appeal of Taos. Also a classic Northern New Mexico architectural gem. Be sure to visit the Blumenschein museum a few doors down for a more intimate setting. Both very worthwhile when visiting Taos.
The building housing the Harwood Museum's extensive collection of art is a thing of beauty. The architecture is as rooted in New Mexico's cultural ethos as the paintings and installations of the wildly talented artists that adorn the walls. The Agnes Martin Gallery took my...More
The Harwood Museum of Art has a wonderful collection of regional art including works by the early Taos artists, art indigenous people as well as contemporary works like the Vapor Paintings of Larry Bell. I especially like the sculpture in the front of the museum...More
We loved the Harwood Museum, particularly the new room devoted to Agnes Martin. The place is a modern counterbalance to all the more traditional arts/ crafts widely available and showed a different side to art in the SW