This Cincinnati Arts Institution is one of North America's most historic visual art museums. Originally founded in 1881, it became the first art venue on the west side of the Allegheny Mountain Range. Proclaimed as "The Art Palace of the West" in 1886, it has become known as an artistic experience to check off your bucket list.
View nostalgic art that originates from ancient Greece, Rome, and Egypt - extending to the far east. Native American, African, European, and Western art galleries include pieces by Picasso, Miro, Titian, Rubens, Chagall, and more.
The American (Western) Collection includes works from Copley, Harnett, Wood, Rothko, and Cincinnati's famous modernist wildlife artist Charley Harper