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The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Founded in 1900, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH), is among the 10 largest museums in the United States. Located in the heart of the Houston Museum District, the MFAH comprises two gallery buildings, a sculpture garden, cinema, two art schools and two libraries, with two museum houses in the vicinity, one for American decorative arts and another for the European ones. The encyclopedic collection of the MFAH consists of more than 65,000 works and ranges from the art of antiquity to the present.

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Founded in 1900, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH), is among the 10 largest museums in the United States. Located in the heart of the Houston Museum District, the MFAH comprises two gallery buildings, a sculpture garden, cinema, two art schools and two libraries, with two museum houses in the vicinity, one for American decorative arts and another for the European ones. The encyclopedic collection of the MFAH consists of more than 65,000 works and ranges from the art of antiquity to the present.
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Bissonnet street, 1001, Houston, Texas
Exhibitions
Museum's collection
Camille Corot. Orpheus Leading Eurydice of the Underworld
17
Camille Corot
1861, 112.3×137.1 cm
Diego Velazquez. Kitchen Maid
4
Diego Velazquez
1620, 86.4×73 cm
Paul Signac. Pine, Bonaventura
8
Paul Signac
1893, 65.7×81 cm
Vincent van Gogh. Oak on the rocks
11
Vincent van Gogh
July 1888, 54.9×65.7 cm
Raoul Dufy. Three umbrellas
5
Raoul Dufy
1906, 59.7×73.7 cm
Berthe Morisot. Straw chair
1
Berthe Morisot
1885
Maurice de Vlaminck. The landscape in Valmondois
2
Maurice de Vlaminck
1912, 79×115 cm
Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Still life with bouquet
41
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
1871, 73.7×59.8 cm
Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Girl reading
3
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
1890
Georgia O'Keeffe. Red hill and white shell
2
Georgia O'Keeffe
1938, 76.2×92.7 cm
Frantisek Kupka. In yellow tones. Self portrait
3
Frantisek Kupka
1907, 78×74 cm
Maurice de Vlaminck. Nude on a sofa
4
Maurice de Vlaminck
1905, 69×95 cm
Willem de Kuning. Figure in a landscape
1
Willem de Kuning
1966, 63.5×76.5 cm
Robert Delaunay. Portrait of Jean Metzenge
2
Robert Delaunay
1906, 54×43 cm
Giovanni Battista Tiepolo. Juno and Luna
1
Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
1745, 212.7×230.5 cm
Dirk Van Babouren. Apollo skinning Marcia
1
Dirk Van Babouren
1623, 192×160 cm
Eugene Delacroix. Shipwrecked off the coast
2
Eugene Delacroix
1862, 38.1×45.1 cm
Lee Krasner. Blue and black
1
Lee Krasner
1954, 146.6×209.5 cm
Claude Monet. Mill on canal Onbekende, Amsterdam
14
Claude Monet
1874, 56×65 cm
Claude Monet. Branch of oranges
8
Claude Monet
1884, 53×38 cm
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