Join us for a live virtual tour of the permanent collection with a Museum Docent.
In 2020, the Tampa Museum of Art celebrates its 100th anniversary. In honor of this milestone, the Museum is presenting a series of exhibitions that focus on the permanent collection. The tour will look at works representative of the institution’s collecting history and mission. The collection is unique—with significant holdings of ancient Greek and Roman art, as well as increased acquisitions of modern and contemporary art. With eight main categories, the collection features a breadth of objects: Classical Antiquities, Prints and Photographs Related to Classical Antiquity, the C. Paul Jennewein Archive, Painting, Decorative Arts and Sculpture, Photography, Works on Paper, and New Media, Video, and Installation Art.
Image: C. Paul Jennewein (German/American, 1890–1978), Coral, 1926. Silvered bronze. H. 32 inches. Tampa Museum of Art, Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Joel Klayman in honor of Max and Dorothy Diamond, 1999.014.