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Denver Art Museum
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The Department of Architecture, Design and Graphics was established in the year 1990. It is one out of nine curatorial department. The collection is developed in the Italian and the American Design. The collection consist of furniture and products in the western Europe, Japanese and the contemporary western European and design.
The Modern and Contemporary art collection has more than twelve thousand and five hundred works which includes the work of great artists, such as Picasso, Duchamp, Matisse and many more. It has thirty-three paintings, drawing and collages made by the world known renown artist Robert Motherwell. The museum also holds the collection of abstract expressionism, pop art, minimalism, contemporary realism and conceptual art. This department has two more sections the Linda and the Shootout. Linda is the most favourite sections of the visitors.
The Asian Art of the Denver Art Museum has the collection of the galleries related to the arts of India, China, Japan, South-western Asia, Tibet, Nepal and South-Eastern Asia as well.
It has the collection of American Indian Art. Denver Art Museum was the first museum in the United States Of America which collects the American Indian Art, African Art and the Oceanic Art works. The art gallery consist more than twenty thousand art objects.
This department of the art gallery has an epic collection of the western paintings and bronze. Western Art gallery has two sections, The Harmson Collection and The Roath Collection.
The New World is the most comprehensive collection. It was established in the year 1968. The department is related with the art works of pre-Colombia such as gold, ceramic, jade, textile and stones. The collection from Spanish Colonial Period includes silver, paintings, furniture, sculptures and decorative items.
The art gallery exhibits the collection of more than three thousand European and American paintings, sculptures and prints. It has two subsections, the Hamilton Collection and the Berger Collection. The Berger collection is a private collection of British arts including more than two hundred works with the span of more than six centuries. The Hamilton collection is an impressionist work. This department of Denver Art Gallery is the center of attraction for the visitors.
The Photography department of Denver Art Museum has a huge collection of nineteenth century works, the American-West works, European and American Modernist photography and works by early western photographers.
The Textile and Fashion department of the art gallery exhibits a wide range from archeological textiles to contemporary works of art in fabrics. It displays a collection of more than five thousand objects. The art consist of three hundred American quilts, the Charlotte hill grant collection of Chinese textile and a thread studio.
How to Get Tickets?
You can buy Denver Art Museum Tickets online from our website to save your time as well as money.
How To Get Around?
Public transport in Denver is easy, inexpensive and convenient. You can get rail or bus. Taxi, cabs and minibuses are available and easy to navigate too.
What Should I Wear?
You are recommended to wear lightweight, soft fabric which makes you feel comfortable. You can also wear dresses and maxis. Shoes, sandals or flip-flops can be choosen according to your suitability. And do remember to carry a scarf, a pair of sunglasses and sunscreen lotion.
Best Time to Visit
You can visit the art museum throughout the year as per your suitability.
Will I Need a Guide?
No, You need not to have a guide as this website provides you the complete information.
How To Get There?
If travelling from abroad then you can take the flight for Denver International Airport. The distance from airport to art museum is just nineteen miles. Metros and public transits are available for further. And if you are from the same country then you can opt for train, public buses or car.
You are advised to book Denver Art Museum Tickets in advance to save your time and money as well. Broadway and Cultural Center Complex Garage at twelfth Avenue is the most convenient place to park. Fresh fruits and vegetables are allowed in the studio. Packed food and snacks are not allowed. Be aware of pickpockets. Take care of your luggage and valuables. Free lockers are available on Lower Level and the Level 1 of the buildings to keep baggages and luggages. Photography without a flash for personal use is permitted. Please do not use monopods, tripods or other equipment in the galleries. Food and drinks are strictly prohibited in the art galleries.