The Philbrook Museum is located in the original 72-room Italian Renaissance Phillips mansion, sitting on 23 acres of grounds. The Museum presents a history of visual arts from antiquity through the present, with broad collections centering on Antiquities, Asian, African, American and European art, Decorative Arts, and Works on Paper.
A satellite facility, Philbrook Downtown, features the Museum's growing collection of Modern and contemporary art as well as highlights from the Native American collection.
Butterflies appear on many objects, from nature studies to Native American baskets
Fabric structures explore quilt making, architectural space, light, and shadow
Diverse works present a perspective-shifting view of language and meaning
Sacred images support a range of interpretations of Christian faith
Explore responses to the rapid rise of American industry
Installations of organic shapes reflecting light blur boundaries between art, environment, and visitors