Boston artist R.H. Ives Gammell (1893–1981) painted his 23-panel series, A Pictorial Sequence by R.H. Ives Gammell Based on “The Hound of Heaven” over the course of 15 years (1941–1956). In them, the artist interpreted British poet Francis Thompson’s late-19th-century “The Hound of Heaven” poem.» Read More
Maryhill Museum of Art’s permanent collection
Maryhill’s collections grow through donation and purchase. Recently, the museum purchased a pair of photo prints by celebrated Indigenous photographers Cara Romero and Will Wilson.» Read More
With Maryhill’s diverse collection as inspiration, we’ve pulled together a watch list for both the big and small screen.» Read More
As we place a bit of distance between ourselves and others, there is a wonderful way to experience art museums from the comfort of home. Through Google Arts & Culture, thousands of the great artworks of all time, including those from the collections of Maryhill Museum of Art, are at our fingertips!» Read More
For 33 years, the last 18 as executive director of Maryhill Museum of Art, I’ve had the enormous privilege to work in a beautiful building, surrounded by awe-inspiring art and artifacts every day. It’s wonderful.
But more importantly, I have the privilege of working in a museum.» Read More