Home to over 4,000 pieces of art ranging from Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque sculptures in wood, to European prints and paintings, to Andy Warhol's polaroids.
Collection includes more than 200 paintings by William Keith (1838-1911), California's foremost landscape painter at the end of the 19th century; 577 photographs of California landscapes by Stanley Truman; and more than 600 African, Oceanic, Asian and Native-American ethnographic objects.
The Museum of Art is located within Saint Mary's College Moraga campus (1928 Saint Mary's Road) directly behind the Saint Mary's Chapel as part of the Brother Cornelius Art Center.
Large scale works embrace nature
Interactive works probe the boundaries between fear, control, and exhilaration
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