American art from 1670 to the end of the 20th century, with special strengths in colonial painting and American Impressionism.
Of note is a small selection of Greek and Roman art, from large-scale Greek marble reliefs and black- and red-figure vases, to an unusual Cypriot sculpture (Head of Aphrodite), a variety of ancient glass, hundreds of Greek and Roman coins, and rare Roman imperial portrait (Caligula). Fine Roman floor mosaics excavated in Antioch.
Works by Hogarth, Monet, Gauguin and Redon are among more than 478 European paintings. The collection includes Italian, 18th-century British, and French paintings from the 18th- through early 20th-century. Also, European prints and drawings from the Renaissance to Contemporary and a collection of photographs from the early 1840s to the present.
Additional collections of Arms and Armor, and Chinese, Indian, Islamic, Japanese, and Precolumbian art.
On view for the first time in 40 years, 2 memorial windows plus La Farge's cloisonné glasswork
Visitors contemplate key questions about the natural, the man-made, and the meaning of ownership
Places the "Famous Views of the Sixty-odd Provinces" in dialogue with the dawn of modern Japan
Contemporary ceramicists explore and experiment with ancient Japanese pottery techniques and forms
Explores complex themes of race and representation through mixed media drawing, painting and printmaking
Themes of labor and urban architecture explored through monotypes
9 versions from a series of paintings reveal Monet's emphasis on color, light, and density