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Columbus Museum of Art

Columbus Museum of Art

The Columbus Museum of Art is dedicated to collecting and exhibiting American and European modern art and contemporary art along with folk art, glass art, and photography.

The Masterpieces of the Columbus Museum of Art include:

  • Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Raphael and the Baker’s Daughter, 1840
  • Rosa Bonheur, The Coal Carriers, 1851
  • Winslow Homer, Haymaking, 1864
  • Paul Cézanne, Victor Chocquet, 1877
  • John Singer Sargent, Carmela Bertagna
  • Henri Rousseau, Tiger Hunt, c. 1895

Further information about the Columbus Museum of Art is available via the following links:

Essential Facts:

  • Name:                  Columbus Museum of Art
  • Former Name:   Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts
  • City:                      Columbus, Ohio
  • Established:        1878
  • Type:                    Art Museum
  • Location:            480 E. Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio, USA

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