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Victoria and Albert Museum

Victoria and Albert Museum Established in 1852, the Victoria and Albert Museum's collections span two thousand years of art in virtually every medium, from many parts of the world, and visitors to the museum encounter a treasure house of amazing and beautiful objects.  The Victoria and Albert Museum seeks to make works of art [...]

Victoria and Albert Museum2017-07-07T13:38:18+00:00

Museo Thyssen

Museo Thyssen BornemiszaIn 1992, the Museo Thyssen Bornemisza pioneered a new formula for art museums - private management of public assets. The Thyseen-Bornemisza’s Foundation's strategy is to achieve a streamlined administrative management, seeking to maximize revenues and control the costs involved in organizing an intense program of cultural activities while maintaining optimum gallery conditions, facilities [...]

Museo Thyssen2017-07-07T14:01:02+00:00

Scottish National Gallery

The Scottish National Gallery houses a collection of fine art from the early Renaissance to the end of the nineteenth century. For a nation of Scotland’s size, the collection is rightfully regarded as one of the best in the world. The Royal Scottish Academy, which is an independent organization, provides a premier venue for international [...]

Scottish National Gallery2017-07-07T14:02:50+00:00

Seattle Art Museum

The Seattle Art Museum Downtown is one museum in three locations: Seattle Art Museum Downtown, Seattle Asian Art Museum at Volunteer Park, and the Olympic Sculpture Park on the downtown waterfront.  In 1931, Dr. Richard E. Fuller inspired Seattle to create the Seattle Art Museum by his donation of funds and an impressive Chinese and [...]

Seattle Art Museum2017-07-07T14:04:39+00:00

Van Gogh Museum

The Van Gogh Museum opened in 1973. A visit to the Van Gogh Museum provides the unique opportunity to track Van Gogh's developments and to compare his paintings to works by other artists from the 19th century in the collection. The museum also holds an extensive offer of exhibitions on various subjects from 19th-century [...]

Van Gogh Museum2017-07-07T14:05:22+00:00

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Philadelphia Museum of Art began as a legacy of the great Centennial Exhibition of 1876, held in Fairmount Park. At the conclusion of the celebrations, the Exhibition's art gallery - remained open as a Museum of Art and Industry "for the improvement and enjoyment of the people of the Commonwealth." Hours Tuesday through Sunday: 10:00 [...]

Philadelphia Museum of Art2017-07-07T14:05:39+00:00

National Portrait Gallery London

Founded in 1856, the National Portrait Gallery London is ‘to promote through the medium of portraits the appreciation and understanding of the men and women who have made and are making British history and culture’. The National Portrait Gallery London was established with the criteria that the Gallery was to be about history, not about [...]

National Portrait Gallery London2017-07-07T14:05:58+00:00

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Founded in 1829, the Smithsonian American Art Museum is dedicated to the art and artists of the United States of America. Colonial portraiture, nineteenth-century landscape, American impressionism, twentieth-century realism and abstraction, New Deal projects, sculpture, photography, prints and drawings, contemporary crafts, African American art, Latino art, and folk art are featured in the collection. Hours [...]

Smithsonian American Art Museum2017-07-07T14:06:17+00:00

Tate Modern

The Tate Museum Britain was created in 1889 when Henry Tate, a sugar refiner, offered his collection of British art to the nation. This lead to the creation of the Tate Museum because the National Gallery lacked the space. As the collection has grown, the Tate has grown into a family of museums, most importantly [...]

Tate Modern2017-07-07T14:06:40+00:00
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