European Collection

The museum’s permanent collection of European art contains a group of nineteenth-century landscapes by artists associated with the French Barbizon School, including Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot, Victor Dupre, and Charles-Francoise Daubigny.

In addition, examples of Christian icon painting from Eastern Europe and a 17th century Sienese Corpus are represented. European works on paper include prints by Giovanni Piranesi, William Hogarth, Georges Rouault, and Francisco Goya. A selection of objects from this collection is on permanent view in the museum’s Mark and Janeth Sponenburgh Gallery.

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