Part of the University of Montana, the collection was begun in 1895 and includes nearly 11,000 objects from Rembrandt to Warhol and currently living artists. Core holdings include art of the Rocky Mountain west, historic European works, Southeast Asian collections, American Impressionist works, contemporary Native American art, ceramics works, and public art sited across the campus.
9 works that once belonged to the estate of the “Copper King”
Explores themes of dislocation and the Native pursuit of self-realization
Myths and metaphors brought to life as pictorial realism