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Object of the Day

Since you can’t come to the Museum, we’re bringing the Museum to you. Please watch daily for a work of art from the collection of the Saint Louis Art Museum.

Highlights

The Museum’s collection holds original masterpieces by renowned artists from around the world. These featured works represent a small sample of the incredible art that you will experience in person during your visit.

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Max Ernst, German, 1891–1976; Long Live Love or Charming Country, 1923; oil on canvas; Saint Louis Art Museum, Bequest of Morton D. May 885:1983; © Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York, NY / ADAGP, Paris

New on View

The galleries are continually being installed with newly acquired works of art as well as rotating works from the Museum’s collection. Visit us to view these newly installed works in person.

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Tord Boontje, Dutch, born 1968; made by Swarovski, Tyrol, Austria, founded 1892; Night Blossom Chandelier, 2003; glass, LED lights, and lacquered steel; 40 1/2 x 57 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches; Saint Louis Art Museum, Funds given by Emily Rauh Pulitzer in honor of Cara McCarty 1:2006; © Tord Boontje, Design for Swarovski

Conserving the Mississippi Panorama

Last summer, visitors to the Saint Louis Art Museum were invited to experience something out of the ordinary. In Sculpture Hall, art conservators treated a work from our collection, Panorama of the Monumental Grandeur of the Mississippi Valley. During this process, Museum visitors had the unique opportunity to observe and interact with the conservation team while they worked.

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Intern conserving the Mississippi Panorama
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