Welcome!

Welcome!

Established in 1931 by Anna Brugh Singer and her husband William H. Singer, Jr., the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (WCMFA) has been recognized as one of the finest small museums in the United States.
Treasure Sale 2014

Treasure Sale 2014

Treasure Sale Preview Reception, Friday, October 31/Treasure Sale, Saturday, November 1/"Cash & Carry", Sunday, November 2
82nd Annual Cumberland Valley Artists Exhibition

82nd Annual Cumberland Valley Artists Exhibition

October 4, 2014 - January 11, 2015 A juried exhibition celebrating the artists of the region and beyond.
The Mirror of Nature: The Art of Philip Koch

The Mirror of Nature: The Art of Philip Koch

November 8, 2014 - February 22, 2015
Recent Acquisitions
November 1, 2014

Recent Acquisitions November 1, 2014

Exhibition highlights recent works of art acquired by the Museum.
Welcome!

Welcome!

Established in 1931 by Anna Brugh Singer and her husband William H. Singer, Jr., the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (WCMFA) has been recognized as one of the finest small museums in the United States.
  • Visit

    Washington County Museum of fine arts.

    One of the finest small museums in the nation, the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is located in historic City Park in Hagerstown, Maryland. The Museum is a destination for those interested in the fine arts and education.

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  • Collections

    Thomas Cole, Study for “The Voyage of Life: Childhood”, oil on canvas

    What began as an initial gift from the founders has grown into an extraordinary permanent collection that includes over 7,000 paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, and other works of art representing a variety of international cultures.

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  • Exhibitions

    Running Elephant, Antoine-Louis Bayre (French 1796-1875), bronze, bequest of Betty and Hal Demuth, Winchester, VA, 2013

    In addition to the permanent collection, the Museum features rotating, traveling, and juried exhibitions. Exhibitions highlight the permanent collection and the work of living artists, as well as local and regionals artists and students.

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