Denver Art Museum: Highlights from the Collection
Denver Art Museum, 2006 - Art - 64 pages
This guide provides a glimpse into one of the most exciting art museums in the United States today. With the opening of its astonishing new building by Daniel Libeskind, the Denver Art Museum is now a must-see destination for art lovers from around the globe. The guide illustrates nearly one hundred of the museum's greatest treasures, including impressionist paintings by Monet, Morisot, and Degas; outstanding examples of ancient art from China, India, and the Americas; masterpieces of Navajo weaving, Pueblo pottery, and Plains Indian beadwork, as well as Western art and important twentieth-century paintings by Robert Motherwell, Philip Guston, and Andy Warhol.
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abstract American Indian Anderman artist Arts Department acquisition Bernardo Zenale Bodhisattva bottom carved chaise Charles Cheyenne Collection by exchange color Contemporary Realism Group Cuzco DAM FACT Denver Art Museum Department acquisition funds depict display E. W. Godwin exhibitions fiber Floor Fonseca forms Frederic Frederick Mayer funds from Collectors Funds from Helen galleries Gift Gio Ponti graphic Guston Hamilton Building Helen Dill bequest Herbert Bayer imagery images Inca Indian art Jan & Frederick Jan Mayer Karim Rashid Kauage Lorna Simpson Mark di Suvero Mayer Center Mexico modern and contemporary Museum _ Namingha Native Arts Department NBT Foundation Neusteter Textile Collection North Building objects Oil on canvas Olmec Olowe Ise painter painting panel Papua New Guinea photograph Pre-Columbian Rashid Rayograph Rights Society sand mandalas scenes sculpture Shiva silk Sioux Spanish studio style Tibetan tipi traditional Virgin visitors Warhol western American art wood Yoruba Zhang Daqian