USC Fisher Museum of Art

823 W Exposition Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90089


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The Fisher houses American and European art spanning five centuries. 

Opening its doors to the public in 1939,  the collections feature works from the 19th century American Hudson River School by Bierstadt,  Inman, Inness, and Winslow Homer among others; French Barbizon landscapes (considered to be the pioneers of plein air) including works by  Millet, Courbet, and Corot;  and 17th and 18th century British portraits including a Gainsborough. Close to one third of the Fisher Collection is devoted to 16th through 18th century Dutch, Flemish, German and French masters representing four areas of painting: portraiture, landscape, history, and genre. 

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