Rarely-Seen Old Masters from Private Collections at Milwaukee Art Museum

"Vanitas Still Life” (1640-'90), by Gerrit van Vucht. (Photo: Milwaukee Art Museum)

The age-old tradition of art collecting is highlighted in the Milwaukee Art Museum’s current exhibition- From Rembrandt to Parmigianino: Old Masters from Private Collections. On view now, this exhibition gives the public a rare chance to see treasured artworks from the private collections of regional residents, including several works from Wisconsin homes.

During this exclusive presentation, Museum visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy more than 50 paintings and drawings by European Renaissance and Baroque masters, selected from the rich collections that reside within the community. These works have been rarely–if ever–seen by the public before.

The exhibition runs through October 23

Image: Vanitas Still Life (1640-’90), by Gerrit van Vucht.
(Photo: Milwaukee Art Museum)

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