Museum of Northwest Art

Museum of Northwest Art
The Museum of Northwest Art in La Conner

The Museum of Northwest Art (also referred to as MoNA) is an art museum located in La Conner, Washington, and is focused on the Northwest School art movement, which had its peak in the mid-20th century. The Museum was founded by Art Hupy in 1981.[1] It moved to its present building in 1995.[2]


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Coordinates: 48°23′30″N 122°29′45″W / 48.3916°N 122.4957°W / 48.3916; -122.4957

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