Permanent Collection

Picturing Land and Sea: Selections from the Permanent Collection

Dec. 20, 2014 – May 31, 2015

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Featuring more than 20 paintings and works on paper from the Museum’s permanent collection, Picturing Land and Sea explores how artists perceive and portray the natural world. Read more

Modern & Contemporary Art

http://tampamuseum.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/close-wpcf_425x265.jpgChuck Close (American, born 1940) Self-portrait Composite Sixteen Parts, 1987 Dye diffusion Polaroid (black/white)
The Tampa Museum of Art has a long-standing tradition of collecting in the areas of modern and contemporary art, with a specific focus on photography since the 1980s. Read more.

C. Paul Jennewein: Selections from the Permanent Collection

October 11, 2014 - May 31, 2015

http://tampamuseum.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/unnamed-wpcf_425x266.jpgC. Paul Jennewein (German/American, 1890-1978), Greek Dance, 1984 (cast from the original 1926 bronze), Gilded bronze, Tampa Museum of Art, Gift of Brookgreen Gardens in honor of C. Paul Jennewein  1989.002
Active throughout the early to mid-20th century, sculptor C. Paul Jennewein created works that ranged from intimate small-scale bronze sculptures to major architectural project. Read more

Greek & Roman Antiquities

http://tampamuseum.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/antiquities_main-wpcf_425x265.jpgBlack-Figure Eye Cup Greek, Attic (Chalcidizing), ca. 530-520 B.C. Ceramic Please note that our entire Permanent Collection is not always on view. To see what is currently on display in our galleries, click here.
The Tampa Museum of Art houses an important permanent collection of classical antiquities—well over 500 ancient artworks and artifacts spanning several millennia (ca. 3000 B.C.-A.D. 500).  We have a range of cultures and media, from marble Cycladic figurines of the Early Bronze Age to terracottas of the late Roman Empire. Read more