Birmingham Museum of Art

Birmingham, Alabama: Founded in 1951, the Birmingham Museum of Art has one of the finest collections in the Southeast. More than 24,000 objects represent a rich panorama of cultures, including Asian, European, American, African, Pre-Columbian, and Native American. Highlights include the Museum’s collection of Asian art, considered the finest and most comprehensive in the Southeast, and its collection of Vietnamese ceramics, one of the finest in the world; a remarkable Kress collection of Renaissance and Baroque paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts from the late 13th century to the 1750s; the collection of 18th century European decorative arts, which includes superior examples of English ceramics and French furniture; and the Museum’s world-renowned collection of Wedgwood, the largest outside of England. Spanning the late 18th through mid-20th century, the Museum’s collection of American painting, sculpture, works on paper, and decorative arts features paintings by Gilbert Stuart, Childe Hassam, and John Singer Sargent; sculptures by Hiram Powers and Frederic Remington; and important decorative pieces by Tiffany Studios and Frank Lloyd Wright.



 

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4/8/2019
"Fiorella" Earrings by Neha Dani Featured in ...

Our very own Neha Dani "Foirella" Earrings have been featured in Harpers Bazaar. Here is the excerpt from the article: A "Closer home, we have Coimbatore-born Neha Dani, who sells her unique pieces  More>>

3/20/2019
Paris 1900: City of Entertainment

March 1, 2019–May 12, 2019 a Ticketed. Free for Cincinnati Art Museum members. a Experience the splendor of Paris at the turn of the twentieth century. a Organized by the Petit Palais Museum of  More>>

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