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The Hyde Collection


Located in Glens Falls, New York, The Hyde Collection opened as a public museum in 1963. Built in 1912, historic Hyde House was the home of Charlotte and Louis Hyde, and is the core of the museum complex. The Hydes collected fine and decorative art from antiquity to the twentieth century. Our collection of Old Master paintings is particularly rich, along with our growing collection of modern and contemporary art. A major strength of the museum’s collection is Flemish and Dutch art from the Early Modern period. On display in Hyde House are paintings by Hans Bol, Peter Paul Rubens, Anthony van Dyck, Rembrandt van Rijn, and Jacob van Ruisdael, among others. Additionally, The Hyde has a number of Flemish and Dutch prints and drawings. The museum campus was transformed in the 1980s with the addition of modern gallery spaces, enabling curators to put on eight to ten exhibitions per year.

Bryn Schockmel, Curator of the Permanent Collection (March 2024)

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