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Wichita Art Museum

Public Institution
Wichita Art Museum
West Museum Boulevard
Wichita, KS 67203-3296
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Opening hours:
Su  12:00-17:00
Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa  11:00-17:00

to top Institutions highest ranked artists:
Artist Rank
Georgia O'Keeffe  391
William Conger  21575
Charles M. Russell  23099
Ivan Mestrovic  51991

to top Artists most exhibited:
Artist Rank
Walter Ufer  33098 3
Edward Hopper  693 3

to top Institution's artists also shown at:
  Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), USA 55 2
  Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, USA 30 1
  Whitney Museum of American Art, USA 24 1
  An American Place, USA 21 1
  Amon Carter Museum, USA 18 2

Foundation year: 1915
William Conger  1937, US
Edmund L. Davison  1877-1944
Dorothy Doughty  1892-1962, UK
Francisco de Goya  1746-1828, ES
Ivan Mestrovic  1883-1962, HR
Georgia O'Keeffe  1887-1986, US
Charles M. Russell  1864-1926, US
 Previous Exhibitions   82
  Solo showJesse Alexander: The Golden Age of Motorsport
  Solo showChihuly Drawings
  Solo showArthur Hall: Etchings, Drypoints, Aquatints
  Solo showGordon Parks: Back to Fort Scott
  Group showDialogue

  Solo showArt and Everyday Life: Lucile Blanch
  Group showArt's Pure Voice: Abstraction in Wichita
  Solo showStuart Allen: Kansas, Low Resolution
  Solo showLiza Lou: Gather (one million)
  Solo showShawn Decker: Prairie
  Solo showChipping the Block, Painting the Silk: The Color Prints of Norma Bassett Hall
  Group showFive Alchemists: Contemporary Photographers Explore 19th-Century Techniques

  Solo showOrdinary Extraordinary: Billy Morrow Jackson
  Group showAmerican Moderns, 1910–1960: From O’Keeffe to Rockwell
  Solo showPolitical Animal: The Cartoons of Thomas Nast
  Solo showWhite Symphonies and Red Flowers: Color Abstraction of Natvar Bhavsar
  Group showAustralian Glass Art, American Links
  Group showNight: Works on Paper from the Amon Carter Museum of American Art
  Solo showGesture and Expression: Isabel Bishop and the Fourteenth Street School
  Solo showIndian Territory: Contemporary American Indian Art from the Wichita Art Museum Collection
  Solo showGeorge Catlin's American Buffalo

  Solo showThe Era of Downton Abbey: British Watercolors from the Wichita Art Museum Collection
  Solo showVital Signs: New Media Art from the San Jose Museum of Art
  Group showIcons of the Midcentury Southwest: Photographer Laura Gilpin and Potter Maria Martinez
  Solo showRay Turner: Population
  Solo showWilliam Dickerson: Wichita's American Scene Painter

  Group showThe Disquieting Imagination: A Visual Duet between James G. Davis and Judith Burns McCrea
  Solo showEd Davison: Recent Acquisitions
  Solo showGustave Wolff: An Impressionist Eye for New York
  Group showVisions of Mexican Art
  Solo showThe Harmon and Harriet Kelley Collection of African American Art
  Group showTides of Provincetown
  Solo showA Couple of Ways of Doing Something

  Solo showThe Big Read - The Things They Carried
  Group showThe American Abstract Artists
  Solo showA Kansas Treasure in Context: Mary Cassatt
  Solo showArtists from the Permanent Collection: Focus on Wichita
  Group showNew York, New York! The 20th Century

  Group showBritish Watercolors: Featuring Gifts of Virginia & George Ablah And The Friends of the Wichita Art Museum
  Solo showBernard Chaet: Paintings From the 1960's Through the Present
  Solo showGwendolyn Knight Lawrence, Zora Neale Hurston, And The Big Read
  Group showFigurative Expressionism
  Solo showIn Plane View: Abstractions of Flight
  Solo showThe Secrecy Series: Selected Works
  Solo showWestern Imprints: Carving Out the Western Landscape/Reduction Woodblocks by Leon Loughridge
  Solo showWilliam Blake's Illustrations from the Book of Job
  Solo showMingled Visions: Selections from Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian
  Solo showAmerican Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell

  Solo showThis is My Land: A Photographic Portrait of America by James Yarnell
  Group showThe Wyeths: Three Generations
  Solo showBorn to be Published
  Solo showFantasies and Fairy-Tales: Maxfield Parrish and the Art of the Print
  Group showLas Artes de Mexico
  Group showA Gift from Asia
  Solo showAlmost Alice: New Illustrations of Wonderland by Maggie Taylor
  Solo showThe Moods of Rain
  Solo showThe Builder, Removed: Scenes From the Painted Theatre Project
  Solo showElevations: Exploring the Architectural Beauty of Grain Elevators

  Solo showPhotogravures from the Wichita Art Museum Permanent Collection
  Solo showFrida Kahlo: Through the Lens of Nickolas Muray: From the Collection of the Nickolas Muray Archives
  Solo showRealistic Pluralism: The Art of Nicholas Trabue
  Solo showGoya's Caprichos
  Solo showEvolution: Five Decades of Printmaking by David C. Driskell
  Solo showJerry Buchanan
  Group showBoyd and Bernard

  Group showBold Expressions in Modern Art: The Buddy Greenberg Collection
  Solo showHeritage of the West
Description Group showPennsylvania Impressionism at the Wichita Art Museum
Description Solo showWilliam Bailey on Paper

  Solo showRegions of Illusion. The Drawings of Steven Graber
  Solo showSue Jean Covacevich. Pioneer Kansas Abstract Artist
  Group showAcross America
  Group showPrairie Earth
  Solo showJohn Hull. Paintings of the Wichita Wranglers
  Solo showThe Migrant Project. Contemporary California Farm Workers
  Solo showIllusion and Certainty - The Paintings of Martin Weinstein
  Group showFairfield and Friends - Art from the Commerce Bank Collection

  Group showSeduction of the Southwest. The Arvin Gottlieb Collection
  Group showSelections from the Wichita Art Museum and Kansas Collections

  Solo showAlfred Stieglitz's Camera Notes

  Solo showLily Harmon: fifty years of painting

  Solo showJon Carsman - paintings and watercolors
Last update: 8 May 2017
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