Cincinnati Art Museum

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Cincinnati Art Museum,

Cincinnati, Ohio. Founded in 1877 by the Women's Art Museum Association, the museum opened in 1886. Its collections contain examples spanning 3,000 years of artistic production. Works from Mesopotamia and medieval Europe are featured. The museum's European paintings include works by El Greco, Murillo, Mantegna, Tiepolo, and Titian. The museum also houses outstanding collections of Asian art and musical instruments.
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While the Cincinnati Art Museum is a cultural beacon, it is far from the only cultural jewel in the city's crown.
He could also be seen regularly at all of the London auctions and was advisor to the American collector, Charles Fleischmann, whose collection is now in the Cincinnati Art Museum.
(3) Perhaps the only other exhibition to focus on Kashmir art and its legacy was The Arts of Kashmir held at the Asia Society and Cincinnati Art Museum, 2007-08.
His works are part of the collection of several museums: including the National Gallery of Canada, Cincinnati Art Museum, the Royal collection (Stockholm), Detroit Institute of Art, the University of Cincinnati and Howard University Gallery of Art.
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Cincinnati Art Museum's one hour presentation, “The Art of Cincinnati”, Friday, February 21 @ 7 P.M.— on the Baker Hunt Campus.
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The Amazing American Circus Poster exhibition was organized by the Cincinnati Art Museum and The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art and has been made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: "Because democracy demands wisdom."
One of the Cincinnati Art Museum's most famous works appears to most visitors to be a beautiful, well-preserved post-Impressionist painting.
A second excursion will tour the Cincinnati Art Museum's Cincinnati Wing.
For a number of years she was press officer for the Cincinnati Art Museum and prior to that she was the art critic for the Cincinnati Post.
(11) Julie Aronson, Curator of American Painting and Sculpture at the Cincinnati Art Museum since 1999, researched her subject diligently for twenty years, and appends forty pages of back material, including expanded endnotes, archival resources, an extensive bibliography, and an index.

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