About Figge Art Museum

Located in Davenport, Iowa, the Figge Art Museum is a public resource that increases the community's understanding of the fine arts and the role they play in enriching lives. Annually, the Figge serves more than 65,000 people from eastern Iowa, western Illinois and regions beyond through exhibitions, docent-led tours, classes, lectures and classroom outreach. Nearly 30,000 students a year benefit from Figge educational programs.

The Figge Art Museum's current permanent collection includes more than 4,000 paintings, sculptures, decorative objects and works on paper from the Renaissance to the present, with particular strengths in American Regionalist, Spanish Viceregal, and Haitian art. In addition, the Figge holds the Grant Wood Archive, a research collection that consists of scrapbooks, news clippings, letters and personal artifacts related to the artist.