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Joy of Museums

Museums, Art Galleries and Historical Sites

Denver Art Museum

Denver Art Museum

Denver Art Museum

The Denver Art Museum is an art museum is known for its collection of American Indian art, and its other collections of more than 70,000 diverse works from across the centuries and world.

The museum has nine curatorial departments: Architecture, Design, and Graphics; Asian Art; Modern and Contemporary; Native Arts (African, American Indian and Oceanic); New World (pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial); Painting and Sculpture (European and American); Photography; Western Art; and Textile Art and Fashion.

Highlights of the Denver Art Museum

  • Minerva reading by Isaac Jouderville
  • The Radcliffe Family by Thomas Hudson
  • The “Peregrine” in two positions off the Coast by John Cleveley the Elder
  • The Hay-makers by Camille Pissarro
  • Le Bassin des Nympheas by Claude Monet
  • Bords de l’Oise a Pontoise (Banks of the Oise at Pontoise) by Camille Pissarro
  • Path in the Wheat at Pourville by Claude Monet

Denver Art Museum

  • Museums:                   Denver Art Museum
  • City:                            Denver
  • Country:                     United States
  • State:                          Colorado
  • Type:                           Art museum
  • Location:                    100 W 14th Avenue Pkwy, Denver, Colorado

A Tour of the Top Museums in the USA

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– Benjamin Franklin

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