• Exploring Asia
Location: Marianne Letro Laine Gallery
Featuring the university’s Asian art collection including a gift of the Col. Michael Friedsam Foundation in the early part of the 20th century. The Friedsam Asian collection numbering over 450 pieces, much of which is exhibited in the gallery, were collected between 1875 and 1925. Also on display in the gallery are six pieces of ancient Asian art given to the University art collection by the Arthur M. Sackler Foundation.
• European & American Paintings
Location: Dresser Foundation Gallery
Featuring an impressive collection of paintings from many of the masters throughout art history, including artists from the Dutch School, such as Jan Wynants, the Workshop of Rembrandt and Victoors; European masters, such as Millet, Ruebens and Tiepolo; and American artists like Robinson, Inness and Lawson.
• Modern & Contemporary Art
Location: Paul W. Beltz Gallery
Featuring many of the gifts to the University Art Collection since the building of the Quick Center for the Arts in 1995, including traditional works, such as a group of John Rogers sculptures, to works by abstract expressionists.