The Museum offers paintings and works on paper surveying American art from the late-19th century to 1945. Many of the late-19th century paintings trace the native development of Impressionism in the United States. Among the collection’s highlights is Childe Hassam’s An Outdoor Portrait of Miss Weir (1909). Twentieth-century American Modernist movements are represented by Georgia O’Keeffe’s still life, It Was a Man and a Pot (1942), Marsden Hartley’s Fisherman’s Family (n.d.), and Rufino Tamayo’s Laughing Woman (1950). Other American artists include notables Edwin Blashfield, George de Forest Brush, Robert Henri, Guy Pène du Bois, Edmund Tarbell and Rockwell Kent.