The Cincinnati Art Museum in Cincinnati, OH

From fine art galleries and concert halls to arts centers and public murals, Cincinnati’s art scene is rich and diverse. There is something for everyone. Moreover, Cincinnati is home to many talented contemporary artists, such as Guy Michael Davis and Katie Parker, who are better known for their studio collaboration project Future Retrieval, and certainly the master of photography and art installation Jordan Tate. However, what we love the most about this remarkable western city is the amazing Cincinnati Art Museum located in picturesque Eden Park.

The Cincinnati Art Museum

Established in 1881, the Cincinnati Art Museum is one of the oldest and most interesting museums of art in the United States. Its impressive collection features more than 67,000 artworks, including paintings by many prominent American and European artists. These include works by Peter Paul Rubens, Sandro Botticelli, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, and Frank Duveneck. Besides, the Museum’s collection features ancient art of Rome, Greece, and Egypt, as well as African and Asian art, decorative art, prints, textiles, and contemporary art.

In addition to displaying its own encyclopedic art collection that celebrates 6,000 years of human creativity, the Cincinnati Art Museum also hosts various traveling exhibitions each year. Plus, it offers an array of art-related events and activities that range from talks with scholars and artists to summer camps to immersive family programs.

The Cincinnati Art Museum is an amazing museum that inspires people and connects local communities. At Fine Art Shippers, we highly recommend that you visit it at your earliest opportunity! Moreover, general admission is free for all.

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