Collection of Cleveland Museum of Art


The Cleveland Museum of Art is located in the Wade Park District of the University Circle neighborhood on the east side of Cleveland, Ohio.  CMA was established in 1913 “for the benefit of all the people forever”, and has built a world renowned collection best known for its extensive collection of Pre-Columbian, medieval European, Asian, and Indian art.  The museum is home to over 40,000 works which range over 5,000 years, from Ancient Egypt to cutting-edge contemporary art.  The Museums most popular galleries include European painting and sculpture with works by Caravaggio and Van Gogh, Contemporary art with works by Warhol, a Medieval art collection with European arms and armor, and Ancient Near East Greek and Roman art galleries.


Year Name Type Image
1883 Heath with a Wheelbarrow, The Watercolor Heath-with-a-Wheelbarrow,-The
1889 Two Poplars on a Road Through the Hills Painting Two-Poplars-on-a-Road-Through-the-Hills
1889 Road Menders, The Painting Road-Menders,-The
1890 Portrait of Adeline Ravoux Painting Portrait-of-Adeline-Ravoux





Enclosed Field with a Sower in the Rain Quay with Men Unloading Sand Barges Field with Factory View of Saintes-Maries with Cemetery
Enclosed Field with a Sower in the Rain Quay with Men Unloading Sand Barges Field with Factory View of Saintes-Maries with Cemetery
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