120 E King St, 717-299-9940

Charles Demuth


A master watercolorist and pioneer of the Precisionist style, Charles Demuth (1883-1935) was an early American Modern artist and a native of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The Demuth Museum was established in 1981 in his former home and studio.

Today, the Demuth Museum offers a unique experience of Demuth’s artistic life and groundbreaking works through its collections, exhibitions, and educational programs that explore Demuth’s legacy.

Visitors can also enjoy the Demuth gardens, planted with many of the same flowers cultivated by the artist’s mother and featured in his renowned floral works.

Spring ART Walk

Demuth Museum
The Demuth Museum’s freshly renovated galleries and newly interpreted exhibits are now on view. Explore the life and work of Charles Demuth (1883-1935) in the artist’s historic home and studio. 

Current special exhibition: Demuth Student Salon
On view through May 19
The Demuth Student Salon features student artworks from local schools and the Demuth School of Art program, which teaches these aspiring artists about Charles Demuth’s pioneering artwork and life in Lancaster. View pieces inspired by Demuth’s Precisionism, Poster Portraits, watercolors, and more! 

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