First opened in 1941, the Museum’s collection of 27,000 works include the arts of Asia, Europe, and the Americas includes paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, photographs, ceramics, glass, jades, bronzes, lacquer, and textiles. Particular strengths of the collection are 19th- and 20th-century American and European art including a number of Monets, contemporary American painting, photography, and the arts of Asia, especially China.
Works enfold the viewer in winter’s poetry as conjured through the brush
13 three-dimensional paintings inspired by a historic seafaring voyage around Cape Horn
The little known post-WWI relationship between modern art and totalitarianism