The permanent collection of The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia consists of approximately 13,000 objects.
Collection highlights include European and American painting, photography, works on paper, African art, and American Indian art.
Reflecting how representations of interior spaces have changed and evolved over time
Artists demonstrate technical skill, experiment, and comment on the nature of everyday objects
Historic and contemporary art establish connections between past and present creative traditions
Highlights the ways in which artists have both documented and participated in 20th-century protests
Showcases a range of works capturing gritty American scenes and modern times