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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
The museum has a lovely collection of artwork from the Taos School, an Agnes Martin Gallery, and revolving contemporary artists. I totally enjoyed my visit, and recommend stopping there if you appreciate art.
The well known and visited Harwood Museum of Art has a new solo show sensitively curated by Gus Foster a long time studio partner of Larry Bell. Larry is an illusionist and a master of interface of light with surface, whose work has been shown...More
This was an interesting place but when compared to the Taos Art Museum and several of the local galleries it didn't come close in our opinion. It was pricy $36.00 for 2 seniors and what we saw was not exceptional. Some of the works were...More
I love this museum. The second floor has sacred and secular art of the Southwest, and the first has an entire room filled with large canvases by the great Agnes Martin. Everything is white, and you feel as though you've entered some other luminous plane...More
If you have an interest in the many 20th Century artists that have made Taos their home, then a visit to the Harwood Museum is essential. This is the most extensive museum for paintings in Taos and a real joy to visit. One of my...More
This is just one couple's opinion, bu we were very disappointed in what the Harwood had to offer, art-wise, this past Sunday. For us, there was an over-abundance of Modern art displays and not nearly enough of everything else. If you're looking for wonderful New...More
I have visited the Harwood several times in the last couple of years. They have some of the best examples of New Mexico art anywhere. You will find historic as well as modern pieces and see how art in the area has changed over the...More