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Cyrus Dallin Art Museum

Cyrus Dallin Art Museum

Discover the work of Cyrus Dallin (1861-1944), the celebrated, Utah-born sculptor, educator, and Indigenous rights advocate who lived and worked in Arlington, Massachusetts for over forty years. Dallin’s public sculptures honoring Indigenous peoples, Euro-American figures, and historical events bring beauty and a unique historical perspective to shared spaces across the nation, including Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Salt Lake City, and Kansas City.

In the intimate setting of the Cyrus Dallin Art Museum, experience over ninety of the sculptor’s artworks, including casts and prototypes of public monuments and memorials; portrait busts and reliefs; and coins, medals, and paintings. Explore Dallin’s unique body of work in the context of his commitment to artistic expression, education, and Indigenous rights.

Please note: The Dallin Museum is temporarily closed through early July for the installation of a new Indigenous Peoples Gallery exhibit and entry hall improvements.

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