Formed in 1925, the museum's original collection of European, American, and Spanish Viceregal art has grown to include works by American Regionalist artists, an extensive collection of Haitian art, and contemporary works, housed in a landmark glass building on the banks of the Mississippi.
The work of elementary art students from nine school districts
60+ works featuring animals exemplify a trajectory from gods to companions
60+ objects, spanning over 30 years of Tiffany’s prolific career
Works demonstrating the shifting tastes and artistic styles of Art Nouveau
Large-scale images using paints and inks in water resemble primordial landscapes