OUMA in Retrospect: Celebrating 25 Years

OUMA in Retrospect: Celebrating 25 Years 2020-03-02T09:21:27-05:00

Amitabha Buddha, (Japanese, Kamakura Period, 14th century), Wood and urushi with traces of gilding, University Acquisition.; Henri Chapu (French, 1833-1891), La Pensée (Study for the tomb of  Madam d’Agoult), ca. 1900, Cast bronze, Thiebaut Freres foundry, Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Michael Schlossberg 2017.4.1

July 7 – September 16, 2018

OUMA celebrates its 25th anniversary this summer by exhibiting more than 100 works from its permanent collection.

Included are numerous works acquired by founding director Lloyd Nick, which illustrate the permanent collection’s long-standing strength in the areas of 19th century French art, as well as works of art from the Far East. More recent acquisitions illustrate the museum’s developing strength in the field of nineteenth and twentieth-century American art.

Organized by John Daniel Tilford, Curator of Collections, OUMA









OUMA is currently closed for in-person visits due to campus restrictions. Please visit the news page for to stay informed about upcoming virtual programming!

OUMA is participating in Smithsonian magazine's Museum Day 2019 with free admission and special hours.

Visit OUMA Saturday, September 20 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.