The MFA St. Pete mosaics were acquired from Princeton University in 1964, one year prior to the museum opening to the public.
A Claude Monet masterpiece takes pride of place at the Museum of Fine Art St. Petersburg. Houses of Parliament: Effect of Fog (1904).
From treasures of antiquity through the most cutting edge contemporary art, the Museum of Fine Arts St. Petersburg, Florida offers the best of all worlds.
The artists represented are Jacob Lawrence, Hughie Lee-Smith, Norman Wilfred Lewis, Lee Krasner, and Marsden Hartley, each of whom advanced narratives about race, gender, and regional identity.
“Derrick Adams: Buoyant,” on view through November 29th at the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, first attracts viewers with its vibrant colors and joyful scenes.