A general art museum founded in 1883 with an encyclopedic collection of more than 54,000 works spanning 5,000 years, set in Newfields, a 100-acre Art & Nature Park.
Highlights of the collection include African, American, Asian, European and contemporary art, textiles and fashion art, and a growing collection of design arts.The collection of Neo-Impressionist paintings is one of the most comprehensive in North America.
Signature paintings by important artists from all the major schools of Japanese painting
Innovative designs set new standards for contemporary fashion and created a definition of “universal beauty.”
Artworks in a whole new light
Kinetic installation of 18 mechanical blossoms that open and close in response to visitors passing by
Works from the Edo collection and masterpieces across 700 years of Japanese painting