The Kimbell: A Small Museum with an Out-Sized Reputation

The Kimbell Art Museum is distinguished by its architecture and a collection of exceptional artistic quality and importance. The collection of fewer than 350 works, has developed around representative pieces of notable aesthetic value that define a master, period, style, or area. […]

Carl Rungius at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson WY

Carl Rungius — avid sportsman, ethical hunter, outdoors-man, and superb painter of the North American Western landscape and wildlife –was the most important big game painter and the first career wildlife artist in North America in the early 20th century. […]

Discovering the Princeton University Art Museum

The exceptional Princeton University Art Museum collections number more than 100,000 objects, ranging from ancient to contemporary art. With only three to five percent of the holdings on display at any one time, an active curatorial rotation program continually refreshes the permanent collection galleries and maintains a schedule of special temporary exhibitions. […]