Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art

Description

For an impressive collection of pieces from the 18th to 21st centuries from the Midwest, the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art in Northwest Missouri is sure to please patrons. Founded in 1913, ongoing exhibits at the museum include the Quest for the Greater Good -- an inside look at American identity during the Civil War -- and the Pony Express, an exploration of the hardships experienced by Pony Express passengers in the 1860s. Art-lovers travel to the museum specifically to witness its renowned American Impressionist and landscape paintings. The Bradley Art Library contains 2,500 periodicals relating to the history of art.

Address

2818 Frederick Ave
Missouri, United States of America 64506

Lat/Long

39.77683000, -94.82321600
Visit Website
(816) 233-7003

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