The Cincinnati Art Museum welcomes hundreds of important works of art onto permanent display. Come explore a variety of works of art spanning six thousand years, some pieces brought up from the Cincinnati Art Museum’s storage, and placed in what has been transformed into open storage for the community to see. These galleries will include most of the antiquities previously on display in the Schmidlapp wing, a large part of the Native American collection, a “salon style” display of paintings, a rotating print cabinet, and important pieces of Fashion Art, Textiles, and Decorative Arts.
The Collections: 6,000 Years of Art will close June 2, 2014 to welcome a special exhibition of works by Tom Wesselman, opening Fall 2014.
Image: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian, b.1696, d.1770), Saint Charles Borromeo, 1767-1769, oil on canvas, John J. Emery Fund, 1924.178
The Cincinnati Art Museum is supported by the generosity of tens of thousands of contributors to the ArtsWave Community Campaign, the region's primary source for arts funding.
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