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10 Art Museum Dr Baltimore MD 21218
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The Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, 19th Century, Modern, & Contemporary Art, Summer Jazz Concerts, The Cone Collection

The Baltimore Museum of Art is home to an internationally renowned collection of 19th-century, modern, and contemporary art. Founded in 1914 with a single painting, the BMA today has 90,000 works of art—including the largest holding of works by Henri Matisse in the world. Throughout the Museum, visitors will find an outstanding selection of European and American fine and decorative arts, 15th-...

The soul of this museum is its spacious wing dedicated to Modern American artists like Rothko, de Kooning, Pollock and their contemporaries. The museum has the second largest private collection of Andy Warhol's works. It also features Oceanic and American Indian art, a sizable Old Masters collection and a beautiful sculpture garden. The BMA is also home to the Cone collection, which is a...

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Set three miles north of the Inner Harbor in parklike Charles Village, adjacent to Johns Hopkins University, the Baltimore Museum of Art may surprise first-time visitors with the scope of its collection. The monumental neoclassical building designed by John Russell Pope holds major works by Botticelli, Van Dyck, Picasso, and Gauguin, castings of iconic sculptures by Rodin and Degas, and several...

Old or new, decorative or fine, the best of the arts in Baltimore.

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Despite being less famous than, say, the National Gallery, the Baltimore Museum of Art is well known among connoisseurs and locals. Over the years, 200,000 square feet have been...

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I don't know how anyone can give the BMA anything less than five stars. Finding a free museum is pretty much unheard of in most places, let alone a museum of this size with really quality works....

The Cone Collection Is A Must-See

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Finally got myself to the museum and the Cone Collection. Impressive, to say the least. It was also lovely to be in a museum that's not crowded (I live in NYC) although we were there the Saturday before Christmas so maybe that's just a quiet day. Museum facilities are excellent, and we really enjoyed the restaurant. Good food, music and...

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Nestled in northern Baltimore, the Baltimore Museum of Art is renowned for its art collections and architecture. The museum houses over 90,000 pieces of art from Europe, China, Africa, the Pacific, and the Americas. Built in 1917 on donated land from Johns Hopkins University, the museum was designed with a Greco-Roman theme to showcase its original European and American art collections....

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The BMA offers educational and community programs including lectures, workshops and music recitals.

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Performances are free on the first Thursday of every month. Don't miss the lively studio art workshops.

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