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This exhibition features a selection of works from the private collection of Morgan Flagg, Fine Arts Museums Trustee, who over the past three decades has built an extensive holding of contemporary Bay Area art....
Splendid Silks of Central AsiaA passion for luxury textiles long characterized the courtly life of Central Asia, where, for millennia, kingdoms grew rich from the trade along the fabled Silk Route passing through them...
The Ehrenfeld CollectionThis exhibition will feature approximately 95 works from The Ehrenfeld Collection, one of the most important private collections of Indian art in the United States. The project encompasses the...
Selected Prints 1960-1997Peter Milton has emerged as one of the most intriguing contemporary American printmakers and as a master of contemporary etching and engraving. His work displays his firm mastery of spatial...
Art and EthnographyArt and Ethnography is the final exhibition in the critically acclaimed four-part Art of the Americas series, which has attempted to respond to questions about the museum's role in today's multicultural...
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the founding of the state of Israel, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco present an exhibition of 250 ancient glass objects of extraordinary beauty. These vessels found in...
The 12th annual Youth Arts Festival and Exhibition showcases the visual and performing arts by San Francisco students in grades K-12. The celebration includes a student art exhibition in the de Young Museum, and choral,...
Inventing the Middle WestRegionalist painting had three major exponents: Thomas Hart Benton, Grant Wood, and John Steuart Curry. With these two artists Curry led the movement to create and celebrate what he felt was an...
The Fine Arts Museums are proud to celebrate the outstanding contributions to the museums by George Hopper Fitch, an ardent collector of works on paper and longtime trustee of the Fine Arts Museums, by exhibiting...
The elegant vision of British still-life photographer Charles Jones (1866Š1959), whose work was only recently discovered, is finally shared with audiences through this exhibition of 59 gold-toned gelatin silver prints. A...

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