Visit The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston was established in 1900 as it is also called as MFAH, the MFAH is the largest cultural institution in the region, which makes it unique from all other attractions in the city. The majority of the museum’s presentations take place on its main campus, which is located in the heart of Houston’s Museum District and comprises the Audrey Jones Beck Building, the Caroline Wiess Law Building, the Glassell School of Art and the Lillie and Hugh Roy Cullen Sculpture Garden. Each of these do have lot of information to gather.
You can also visit the Beck and Law buildings are connected underground by the Wilson Tunnel, which features James Turrell’s iconic installation as you can have a brief idea about the History of The Light Inside (1999). Additional resources include a repertory cinema, two significant libraries, public archives and a state-of-the-art conservation and storage facility. As History needs to be preserved. Nearby, two remarkable house museums, Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens and Rienzi, present collections of American and European decorative arts.
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston’s collection numbers more than 65,000 works and embraces the art of antiquity to the present. A this Museum offers a variety of information.
As a normal Museum not everything is on display around the year as if you need to check any specific then you need check in advance to see which collections are on view.
American Sculpture and Painting are the highlights
What all you need to check when you are in the Museum are, A particular strength of American art at the MFAH is 19th-century landscape painting, with fine examples by Thomas Cole, Frederic Church, and others reflecting the allure of the American wilderness. With this you can have the brief information on American History.