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County Museum of art Los Angeles (LACMA), Los Angeles

Since its inception in 1965, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) has been devoted to collecting works of art that span both history and geography, mirroring Los Angeles’s rich cultural heritage and uniquely diverse population. Today LACMA is the largest art museum in the western United States, with a collection of over 135,000 objects that illuminate 6,000 years of art history from new and unexpected points of view. A museum of international stature as well as a vital cultural center for Southern California, LACMA shares its vast collection with the Greater Los Angeles County and beyond through exhibitions, public programs, and research facilities that attract over 1.5 million visitors annually, in addition to serving millions more through community partnerships, school outreach programs, and creative digital initiatives. LACMA’s main campus is located halfway between the ocean and downtown. Dedicated to serving all of Los Angeles, LACMA collaborates with a range of curators, educators, and artists on exhibitions and programs at various sites throughout the County.

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Blvd. Wilshire, 5905, Los Angeles, United States
Exhibitions
Museum's collection
René Magritte. TheTreachery of Images (This is not a pipe) 
33
René Magritte
1929, 59×65 cm
Juan Patricio Morlette Ruiz. Portrait of Doña Maria Tomasa Durán López de Cárdenas
1
Juan Patricio Morlette Ruiz
1762, 102.1×84.3 cm
Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Jean as a Huntsman
2
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
1910
Jose de Ibarra. From Spaniard and Mulatta, Morisca
1
Jose de Ibarra
1730, 164×91 cm
Vincent van Gogh. Arles bridge
6
Vincent van Gogh
15.05.1888, 24.4×31.9 cm
Claude Monet. Fishing boats leaving the Harbor, Le Havre
5
Claude Monet
1874, 60×101 cm
Paolo Veronese. Ptolemy. Allegory of navigation with astrolabe. Fragment
1
Paolo Veronese
1560, 203.2×112.7 cm
Jan Steen. Samson and Delilah
0
Jan Steen
1668, 67.3×82.6 cm
Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn. The Portrait Of Martin Lucena
3
Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn
1632, 92.7×76.2 cm
Felipe Santiago Gutiérrez. Woman with marigolds
1
Felipe Santiago Gutiérrez
1876
Henri Matisse. Tea in the garden
5
Henri Matisse
1919, 140.3×211.3 cm
Edgar Degas. Arabesque
3
Edgar Degas
3×3.9×1.4 cm
Pablo Picasso. A portrait of Sebastian Vidal with a woman
4
Pablo Picasso
1903, 126×94 cm
Jan Davids de Hem. Still life with oysters and grapes
5
Jan Davids de Hem
1653
Wassily Kandinsky. Sign
4
Wassily Kandinsky
1925
Claude Monet. Water lilies
3
Claude Monet
1898, 66×104.1 cm
Peter Class. Still life with fish, wine and bread
1
Peter Class
1647, 44.5×59.1 cm
Thomas Eakins. Wrestlers
1
Thomas Eakins
1899, 122.8×152.4 cm
Andrew Wyeth. Cider apples
2
Andrew Wyeth
1962, 48.7×61.3 cm
Pablo Picasso. A woman in a blue cloak
2
Pablo Picasso
1923, 100×81 cm
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